What happened to Kelly's eyebrow? Coronation Street star Millie Gibson on her distinctive mark

Amber Peake May 13, 2021
What happened to Kelly's eyebrow? Coronation Street star Millie Gibson on her distinctive mark

What happened to Coronation Street’s Kelly’s eyebrow? Actress Millie Gibson, 16, has become known on-screen as Kelly Neelan, and Corrie fans can’t help but notice her distinctive eyebrow mark. Is it a scar? What happened? Here’s what you need to know.

What happened to Kelly from Coronation Street’s eyebrow?

As actress Millie Gibson shot to fame with her role as Kelly Gibson on Coronation Street, some fans of the long-running series have noticed the actress’s unique eyebrow mark. This prompted many to ask what happened to Kelly from Corrie’s eyebrow.

Many have since wondered about her eyebrow mark, with Gibson having previously addressed concerns in her Instagram bio, where she drily notes, “and before you ask – It’s a scar.”

However, she hasn’t shared so far how she ended up getting the eyebrow scar.

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What’s in store for Gibson’s Coronation Street character, Kelly Neelam?

Millie Gibson joined the cast of Coronation Street back in 2019 as Kelly Neelan, daughter of former villain Rick Neelan.

In her two years on the popular soap, she has been a part of many storylines within Weatherfield. Her latest sees Kelly caught in the midst of a murder investigation after a gang she was a part of attacked Nina Lucas (played by Mollie Gallagher) and Seb Franklin (Harry Visioni).

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What other roles have you seen Millie Gibson in?

Before she became known for her role on Coronation Street, Millie Gibson appeared in 2017 on Love, Lies And Records as Mia.

Gibson went on to feature within the 2018 ITV series Butterfly the following year as the character Lily Duffy. She also played Indira on the CBBC kids’ football series Jamie Johnson.

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Amber is a freelance writer on The Focus who mainly covers anything celeb, music, and entertainment related. Having graduated with a BA (Hons) in Journalism from Brunel University in 2020, she has spent the last two years reporting the latest celeb news and pop culture trends across leading and national publishers. Starting her career at Express.co.uk as a showbiz reporter, Amber began contributing on The Focus in 2021. As well as her work on the site, she has also written across other GRV Media publications, including both Reality Titbit and HITC. When she's not scrolling endlessly on TikTok, you'll find Amber wrapped up in yet another DIY crafting project.