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Coronation Street's Shayne Ward has apologised after posting a tweet about being 'really hurt' for being snubbed for a National Television Awards.
The 34-year-old soap star took to social media to share his regrets after a now-deleted post saw him admit upset at being ignored for the award for Best Serial Drama Peroformance.
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Shayne was acclaimed by fans for his performance as the embattled Aidan Connor, who committed suicide off-screen in scenes which left viewers in tears.
In the statement he said: 'I'm sorry if my tweet was misconstrued by some people. It really wasn't about me winning an award and being selfish or having an ego. That ain't me.
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'I really thought it was an important issue that I wanted to draw attention to again. Sometimes the way we word stuff doesn't always showcase our true meaning. So I'm sorry again. Love to you all.'
It came after Shayne's previous post which said: 'This was the one I worked hard for. It's always a blessing to be put forward for a nomination And I'm always humbled.
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'But to have not even been considered for Best Serial Drama Performance for Aidan's suicide has really hurt me.'
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