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Moss: Crash brought cast together
Andrew Moss says the crash scenes brought the cast closer together
Hollyoaks star Andrew Moss has revealed filming the difficult scenes for next week's dramatic crash storyline brought the soap's cast even closer together.
Maddie Morrison is set to crash a minibus into the building where Tony Hutchinson and Cindy Cunningham are about to get married, and at least two soap characters will die in the fallout, it has been revealed.
Andy, who plays wedding guest Rhys Ashworth, who has been having an affair with Cindy, revealed: "That week we had the worst weather that we've had for ages. It rained most of the day and we were outside all the time.
"At most points I'm laying on the floor outside, in the rain, so I lay there pretty much for two days
"So all the cast rallied around and we all looked after each other. If someone's on the floor we'll make sure they're comfortable, so one of your mates will go and get a you a brew or whatever. It was a proper team effort and we all pulled together."
Andy also revealed that soap bosses were still making changes to the outcome of the story, to make sure no-one finds out what will happen.
He said: "It's the biggest stunt that I think Hollyoaks have ever done and we've all pulled together to make it the best. It's shocking!
"People still don't know the full story of what's going to happen - they're still making changes to it now, so it's super secret and super exciting."
The dramatic day of the wedding unfolds in the Channel 4 soap next week, beginning on Monday November 12.
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