Ryan Thomas shares cryptic message saying ‘I don’t want nobody else to ever love me’ after NTAs cuddle scandal | The Sun

RYAN Thomas shared a love song on Instagram after he was seen cuddling EastEnders star Zaraah Abrahams at the NTAs.

Ryan, who played Jason Grimshaw on Coronation Street, was pictured nuzzling the neck of the married actress after the boozy awards bash last week.

Earlier today he shared a romantic clip on Instagram of Luther Vandross belting out the lyrics to his hit Never Too Much.

The song includes the lyrics: "I don’t want nobody else to ever love me."

Ryan captioned the post: "They don't make them like this anymore."

The actor was snapped embracing Zaraah, 35, after the National Television Awards.


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A spokesperson for Zaraah insisted they were just good mates.

Onlookers told The Sun Ryan and Zaraah — who met while they were both in ITV’s Corrie — spent time catching up at the NTAs before hugging at an after-party.

One said: “Ryan and Zaraah bumped into each other at the party and seemed to be getting on like a house on fire, chatting and catching up.

“Ryan was inviting Zaraah to come to his house with her family.

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"They were laughing together, and he was looking at something on her phone.

“Then he pulled her in for an affectionate cuddle.

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Zaraah was Corrie’s Joanne Jackson for two years from 2005. She later joined EastEnders as Chelsea Fox.

Earlier, the pair saw their soaps lose to Emmerdale for Best Serial Drama at Wembley’s OVO Arena.

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