Corrie's Michael Le Vell asked bosses to bring back moustache after becoming gay icon

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Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell has asked bosses to bring back his character's legendary moustache.The 57-year-old actor has played Kevin Webster in the long-running ITV soap since 1983.Over the past four decades, Michael has been inundated with letters from fans sharing their love for his facial hair.He would also make appearances at gay clubs back in the day and Michael is keen to bring back the moustache.Speaking to Daily Star and other press, Michael said: "I actually asked Iain a couple of years ago could we do it for Movember but apparently we can't because it's a specific charity."I thought it would be quite fun.

I went to every gay club and as soon as I shaved it off the bookings stopped.He joked: "So I'm thinking of growing it back for some cash."Over in Weatherfield, Kevin has a big decision to make as Abi Webster (Sally Carman) plans to run away with baby Alfie.Abi welcomes Alfie earlier this year as a result of a one-night stand with Imran Habeeb (Charlie De Melo).Kevin was left heartbroken when he learned about his wife's affair but decides to help her in upcoming scenes.Speaking about Kevin and Abi's turbulent relationship, Michael said: "I think she's brought a different dimension to him and she's exciting to him."He doesn't know what he's going to get from her from one day to the next.

I think that keeps him on his toes and stops him getting bored."He can see that no ones perfect. He loves her and when you love someone you see through their faults.

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