By Sophie Law For Mailonline
Published: 23:09 BST, 13 July 2019 | Updated: 23:17 BST, 13 July 2019
Coronation Street's biggest female stars are reportedly set to reunite on the cobbles on a show to mark the soap's 60th anniversary.
The special reunion show will take a look at a host of Corrie's most celebrated leading ladies and where they are since leaving the award-winning soap according to The Mirror.
Actresses including Suranne Jones and Sarah Lancashire are said to be starring in Queens of the Street which is set to air next year.
Star of the soaps: Coronation Street's biggest stars are set to reunite on the cobbles on a show to mark the soap's 60th anniversary - which will include Suranne Jones (pictured in 2018)
The ITV soap royalty Michelle Keegan, Julie Goodyear, Amanda Barrie will also be the focus of the show - which will take a look at their Corrie highlights.
A source told the publication: 'It's Corrie's 60th birthday next year so ITV are planning some special shows to celebrate the landmark.
'The show launched the careers of some of the biggest stars on TV – especially the likes of Suranne and Sarah. It'll be a real celebration of all those women we've seen in the Rovers Return.'
MailOnline has contacted an ITV representative for comment.
The hour-long show is to be made by production company Spun Gold which has previously worked on ITV royal documentaries, according to the publication.
Reunion: Sarah Lancashire will reportedly