Maria Connor kisses Ali after they share a bottle of wine in this hour-long special...
Coronation Street's Maria Connor meets up with Rex, her internet date, in the bistro. However when Rex shows her some photos revealing that he likes to dress as a dog, she’s taken aback. When Ali suggests they might like a doggy bag for their leftover food, Rex storms out.
Maria’s mortified whilst Ali is bemused. Armed with a bottle of wine and an apology, Ali heads to Maria’s flat and the attraction is soon evident. Having finished the bottle, Ali leans in for a kiss and Maria kisses him back!
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