SITCOM star Joanna Page looks well lush filming the Gavin and Stacey TV special.
She donned a vibrant pink dress on location at the weekend.
Mum-of-three Joanna Page looks well lush as she returns to her role as Stacey Shipman alongside Rob Brydon as her Uncle Bryn[/caption]
Joanna and Uncle Bryn back on the streets of Barry, Wales, nine years since the last episode was aired[/caption]
Mum-of-three Joanna, 42, who is Stacey Shipman in the BBC comedy, was joined by Rob Brydon, 54, who plays Uncle Bryn.
James Corden, 40, who plays Smithy, and Mathew Horne, 40, who is Gavin, were also seen together in Barry, South Wales.
Melanie Walters will also step back into character as Stacey’s mum Gwen.
Mathew waved to the scores of fans who flocked to watch filming of the Christmas special, which has reunited the cast for the first time in nine years.
James Corden and Matthew Horne return as old pals Smithy and Gavin[/caption]
Rob Brydon is back on set, but James Corden has confirmed fans hoping to find out what really happened on the infamous fishing trip between Bryn and Stacey’s older brother Jason will be disappointed[/caption]
Among them was ten-year-old Ewan Kennedy, of Swansea, who played Neil, the baby, in the show
Mum Petra, 41, said: “We’ve been down to see everyone. It was great. James remembered Ewan.
“We had a chat with James and Ruth [Jones].
“They were really pleased to see him and they were reminiscing about when he was little.
Gav’s parents Mick and Pam, played by Alison Steadmen and Larry Lamb are back on the streets of Barry, South Wales[/caption]
Melanie Walters, who plays Stacey’s mum Gwen, was also spotted on set[/caption]
“Ewan just wanted to see everyone and get some photos he can remember — he’s always seeing James on TV.”
Also seen filming were Larry Lamb, 71, and Alison Steadman, 72 — who play Gavin’s parents Mick and Pam Shipman.
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Late Late Show host James revealed earlier this year that he and co-star, Ruth Jones, 52, who plays Nessa Jenkins, had written a script for a one-off show.
When asked about what fans could expect from the special – James kept the script close to his chest and teased: “We just want the new show to be a nostalgic joy-bomb.”
Gavin and Stacey’s final episode, which aired on New Year’s Day in 2010, was watched by 10.25million.
When asked about what fans could expect from the special – James kept the script close to his chest and teased: ‘We just want the new show to be a nostalgic joy-bomb’[/caption]
James Corden and Matt Horne looked relaxed together, despite rumours of a rift[/caption]
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