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For example, on EastEnders this week Denise Fox will be feared DEAD after completely vanishing from Albert Square.

Meanwhile on Coronation Street this week Peter Barlow will be forced to drink alcohol to stay alive and Emmerdale's Priya Sharma will soften towards cheating Al Chapman as he tries to find the missing money.

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  • Molly Moss


    EASTENDERS fans are convinced serial killer Lucas Johnson will hurt his daughter Chelsea Fox.

    Last night’s episode saw Chelsea 'rescue' her dad from a homeless shelter after convincing her mum Denise to let her evil ex stay with the family until he gets back on his feet.

    But Lucas became suspicious that not all is as it seems at the start of the episode when Chelsea pulled out a wad of cash to pay for a taxi. 

    His suspicions were piqued when Chelsea picked up a package at the market after a shady man dropped it in the flowers.

    Lucas later cornered the man by jumping into the back seat of his car and offering to work for him, presuming he was a drug dealer. 

    That's when he revealed he was an "international" dealer and they were organising to smuggle drugs out of the country.

    But later in the episode Chelsea and Lucas were in the cafe as she told him she was taking them both to Ibiza to spend some quality time together. 

    A confused Lucas jumped up to order another tea, and then it dawned on him things might not be as they seem.

    One Twitter user wrote: "What is he going to do now that he knows Chelsea is smuggling drugs #EastEnders."

    Another added: "Chelsea in danger now."

    A third said: "watch lucas kill chelsea."

    EastEnders fans fear for Chelsea after Lucas rumbled her plan to frame him
  • Molly Moss


    THE next few months could be the last of Coronation Street's Paul Foreman and Billy Mayhew as Todd Grimshaw continues to drift them apart.

    Peter Ash – who plays the factory worker in the popular ITV soap – has lifted the lid on what is in store for the lovebirds… and it doesn't sound good.

    Peter admitted that the coming months will really put a strain on their relationship as he said: "Paul clocks Will straight away. He doesn't say anything initially because everything happens so quickly and they have to get to the hospital with Summer.

    "He then starts to put the pieces together and he feels massively guilty that it is him who has brought this to their doorstep literally.

    "It takes him a little while, but when they get back to the flat and he sees the mess that Will has caused, he finally admits to Billy and he realises it all comes down to Paul getting too involved with Will.

    "Paul of a year or two ago might have shied away from admitting his part in this, but he has built this family with Billy and Summer and he knows he doesn't want to lose it.

    "This is one of the toughest things Paul and Billy have had to work through, and without giving too much away, it is potentially something which could see the end of their relationship.

  • Molly Moss


    JAMIE TATE is humiliated as he falls for Mackenzie Boyd’s scam next week in Emmerdale. 

    Mackenzie and Moira will team up to bring down Kim Tate after she declared war on Mack for pulling out of their revenge scheme against Cain Dingle.

    Viewers will see Mack and Moira hatch a plan when he overhears Kim and Jamie discussing a potential client.

    It’s not long before Jamie falls into Mack’s trap when he meets an imposter client rather than the real one.

    Mack watches their meeting from across the restaurant and is thrilled when Jamie offers to show the fake client the accounts. 

    Later, Jamie and Kim are horrified to realise they’ve been tricked and Jamie heads out for revenge.

    Will Mack and Moira regret messing with the Tates?

    Mack sets the Tates up with an imposter client
  • Molly Moss


    JOHNNY Connor’s condition worsens next week in Coronation Street as Jenny’s stepdaughter Daisy encourages her to dump him. 

    The Rovers Return landlord – who is played by actor Richard Hawley in the ITV soap – was sent to prison and sentenced to eight months for a historic armed robbery that killed a man.

    Viewers will see Daisy kick off her plan next week after a bloke checks Jenny out at the bistro. 

    The teenager nips over and asks the man for his phone number for her stepmum. 

    Later, Jenny visits Johnny in prison where he breaks some bad news.

    Jenny is gutted when he reveals the neurologist has confirmed his condition has worsened and they’re increasing his medication. 

    Rita is sympathetic when Jenny returns home but Daisy is brutally honest and tells her to leave him. 

    Johnny tells Jenny his condition has worsened
  • Molly Moss


    THE actor who plays Callum Highway on EastEnders has promised fans are in for a treat as his wedding day with Ben Mitchell draws close.

    EastEnders fans have loved the proposal storyline which saw the two lovebirds clash as they popped the question to each other at the same time.

    The next step for the pair is to plan their big day with Callum actor Tony Clay opening up on what fans could expect.

    "It's a new world for Callum still. There was the part where he didn't know if they should both go down on one knee, which was a really lovely moment," he told Digital Spy.

    "It's beautiful to play the scenes where Callum is still coming to terms with and understanding the new world he's in."

    Clay hoped they could film a "normal" wedding scene with lots of guests, but it would all depend on Covid rules at the time of shooting.

    "In an ideal world, we'd love to do it as normal. We all want to get back to normal as soon as possible, where we're able to work without restrictions and hug each other again," he said.

    Speaking about the size of the wedding, he added: "I think for both Ben and Callum, it's just about them. They both have each other forever.

    "But I think equally, when you're part of a big organised crime family, you've got to have one of the big houses on the street and one of the biggest weddings of the year! We'll see what happens."

    EastEnders star Tony Clay teased the 'biggest wedding of the year' for Callum and Ben
  • Molly Moss


    PAUL Ashdale targets Liv Flaherty after discovering she owns her own house next week in Emmerdale.

    Paul – who is played by Reece Dinsdale in the ITV soap – will make the dodgy move as newcomer Connor continues to demand his money.

    Viewers will see Mandy and Paul make an effort to get on for Vinny’s sake.

    Paul is intrigued when he learns that Liv owns her house. 

    Later, Connor corners Paul and menacingly demands £4000 by the end of the week. 

    Will Paul hatch a plan to get the cash that involves Liv?

  • Molly Moss


    EASTENDERS fans couldn’t contain their laughter last night as Ben Mitchell and Callum Highway clashed last night in a huge proposal blunder.

    The hilarious gaffe aired after Ben spent hours with his daughter Lexi planning the most romantic proposal ever. 

    But Callum nearly ruined everything before Ben even had the chance to pop the big question.

    As the couple bumped into each other in the Square, Ben tried to rush off and told his boyfriend to meet him at the Prince Albert where the proposal was supposed to be taking place.

    But Callum suddenly became nostalgic for the first days of their romance and their first kiss – and got down on one knee. 

    Ben looked horrified as Callum proposed, shouting “No, no no!” and telling him Lexi was going to kill him.

    Callum was baffled by Ben's odd behaviour but all became clear when he reached The Prince Albert and Ben shouted down at him from the balcony, waving a bunch of flowers. 

    The couple then proposed to each other at the same time in emotional scenes and said yes – much to Lexi’s delight.

    Viewers flocked to Twitter in fits of laughter at the proposal gaffe. 

    One tweeted: "@bbceastenders good episode tonight. Ben was hilarious."

    Another added: "Omg this is f***ing hilarious. #Ballum #EastEnders."

    Ben's proposal plans were scuppered when Callum beat him to it
  • Molly Moss


    CORONATION Street’s Peter Barlow is forced to drink alcohol to stay alive and avoid sudden withdrawal next week in Coronation Street. 

    Peter is dying of liver failure in the ITV soap and has refused all potential ways to save his life. 

    Corrie viewers watched Peter violently lash out at his dad in recent scenes when he tried to stop him drinking himself to death.

    The pensioner was left sprawled on the floor with blood pouring from his nose.

    But next week Peter takes a step in the right direction as he finally listens to Ken. 

    Viewers will see Ken catch Peter sweating profusely and on the brink of another seizure. 

    He’s horrified to realise Peter has been tipping his medicinal whisky down the sink and drives home the importance of not cutting alcohol out completely. 

    Peter knocks down the whisky that his dad administers for him.

    Ken discovers Peter has been tipping his medicinal whisky down the sink
  • Molly Moss


    MICK Carter will investigate Tina Carter’s mysterious disappearance next week in EastEnders.

    Tina was brutally murdered by Gray after she discovered the truth about his wife Chantelle’s death in the BBC One soap – and then framed for Ian Beale’s attack. 

    But everything changes next week as Max drops a huge bombshell at the pub and announces that Sharon was behind Ian's attack – and that Tina is innocent.

    Things soon turn nasty in the pub following Max’s revelation, and Mick begs Linda to get the truth out of Max.

    Later, Linda is stunned as Max explains what he knows about Sharon and Ian.

    Meanwhile, Mick grow increasingly worried for Tina following the drama in the pub. 

    He tells Linda nothing is making sense when it comes to Tina’s disappearance and the text message she sent owning up to the attack. 

    Will Mick do some digging and discover what really happened to Tina?

  • Molly Moss


    EMMERDALE fans had to check they had their glasses on while watching last night's episode when April Windsor made her return to the village.

    The schoolgirl – played by Amelia Flanagan – hasn't been on our screens much over the past year because of Covid-19, and viewers couldn't quite believe their eyes when they saw her.

    The young star has finally managed to get on set and her first episode aired yesterday evening.

    Viewers of the show were stunned at how different April looked, with some joking she'd aged overnight.

    One wrote on Twitter: "Catching up on #Emmerdale wow, April has grown.. good to see her back."

    Another said: "How old is April in #Emmerdale? She's growing up bless her."

    A third chimed in: "Look how much April has grown up!!! #[email protected] crackin little actress since she arrived. @emmerdale."

    Emmerdale viewers were shocked by how grown up April Windsor actress Amelia Flanagan looked
  • Molly Moss


    KUSH gives Ruby Allen a warning that he won’t be manipulated like Martin is next week in EastEnders.

    Ruby will hatch a plan to get Kush to move out after he destroys her romantic plans with Martin.

    Viewers will see Ruby furious when Kush interrupts her evening in with Martin and bursts in with dinner.

    Later in the week, Dotty asks Ruby for some more shifts and Ruby spots an opportunity, suggesting she gets a lodger. 

    When Dotty looks confused, Ruby tells her she knows someone who could move in straight away – Kush.

    As Ruby returns home, Kush tells her he won’t be manipulated by her like Martin is. 

    But will she listen?

  • Molly Moss


    EMMERDALE fans spotted a glaring timeline blunder in Tuesday night’s episode of the ITV soap. 

    Viewers were quick to notice a mistake in the running order of the episode as Victoria was invited out by Luke – but had already told her pal about the date in scenes which had aired several minutes before.

    Luke spotted Victoria chatting to newcomer Ethan, who had accused him of pretending to be straight in the previous episode, and nervously rushed over. 

    The chef then started overcompensating with his affections towards Vic in front of Ethan, asking her if she’d like to join him for a romantic meal later that evening to show how much he loved her.

    But the scene aired several minutes after Victoria told Amy she was spending the night with Luke, and viewers were quick to pick up on the timeline error.

    One tweeted: “How come Victoria told Amy earlier on in the programme that she was going for dinner with Luke and then later on Luke asks her for dinner as if she didn’t know…slight mix up Emmerdale?? #emmerdale #itv.”

    Another confused fan said: “Why has Luke just asked Vick out for dinner, when Vicks told Amy they were going out earlier or…”

    A third fan tweeted: “Have emmerdale edited that in the wrong order there? #Emmerdale."

    Victoria told pal Amy about her date with Luke before he even suggested it
  • Molly Moss


    RUBY Allen tries to seduce Martin next week in EastEnders following her baby lie. 

    Ruby has faked a pregnancy to keep Martin close after fearing he could be tempted to go back to his ex-wife Stacey. 

    Viewers will see Ruby grow irritated when Martin shows more interest in computer games than her and and try to seduce him. 

    But her plans are derailed when Kush interrupts with dinner. 

    Later in the week, Dotty asks Ruby for some more shifts and Ruby spots an opportunity, suggesting she gets a lodger. 

    When Dotty looks confused, Ruby tells her she has someone ready to move in straight away – Kush.

    Kush ruins Ruby's plan to seduce Martin following her baby lie
  • Molly Moss


    CORONATION Street’s Todd Grimshaw drives a wedge between Billy and Paul as the vicar blames his boyfriend for Summer’s horror car crash next week.

    Todd will pay fake abuse victim Will to break into Billy and Paul’s flat and smash things up in an attempt to split them up. 

    But his scheme takes a disastrous turn when Summer bumps into Will and flees out onto the street, running into the path of an oncoming car. 

    When Billy discovers that Will was behind the break-in that led to Summer’s injuries, Billy is furious and blames Paul for introducing the youngster into their lives. 

    Corrie boss Ian MacLeod has confirmed that Todd will eventually get his way and split up Billy and Paul.

    He told Metro.co.uk: "Todd never goes with something in a normal way – it’s bags of skullduggery, he kind of enjoys his torturing, he is very selfish when he wants something and that prize in this case is Billy.

    "In an underhand way, he undermines Billy and Paul’s relationship – he will get what he wants but the lengths he goes to will be his undoing.

    He added: "In an explosive and thriller-ish way later in the year, Todd’s deceit will come to light."

    Billy blames Paul for Summer's horror accident
  • Molly Moss


    EASTENDERS star Zaraah Abrahams has lifted the lid on her family dynamics – and not everything it as it seems.

    Fans of the BBC soap were shocked when evil Lucas Johnson had the guts to return to Walford last month – and even more stunned at the fact his daughter Chelsea seemed to have forgotten that he tried to kill her mum Denise all those years ago.

    Zaraah, 34 – who recently took over the role of Chelsea Fox from actress Tiana Benjamin – has admitted that not everything is as it seems and the former beautician is actually trying to get her own back on her dad.

    Zaraah recently explained: "She decided to use Lucas because she wasn't willing to take the risk herself, she actually wanted to get away from the lifestyle she was living.

    "She doesn't want to end up with her ex-boyfriend or in prison. So using Lucas kills two birds with one stone because they don't necessarily want him out, floating around their lives.

    "At this moment in time, she doesn't really care what happens to Lucas. It's the perfect setup really, where she feels like she wouldn't feel guilty about using her dad in this plan.

    "She's very resentful of everything her dad has put her through and the shame that it's brought onto her as a person, being able to live her own life, and she blames her mum for making those choices."

    Her next plan is to try and get Lucas caught with drugs on him as he tries to travel across the border… but will he fall for it?

  • Molly Moss


    CORONATION Street’s Summer Spellman's life will be left hanging in the balance next week when she’s hit by a car after Todd Grimshaw’s scheming takes a disastrous turn.

    Todd has been using a fake abuse victim called Will to drive Billy and Paul apart in recent weeks. 

    But next week the schemer takes things up a notch, instructing Will to break into Billy and Paul’s flat and smash things up.

    Disaster strikes, however, when Summer bumps into Will and rushes outside onto the street, where she runs into the path of an oncoming car.

    When Paul reluctantly reveals that Will was behind the break-in that caused Summer’s accident, Billy rages at Paul for bringing the teenager into their lives. 

    When Summer returns home from hospital later in the week, she notices that Paul and Billy seem at odds with one another.

    Has Todd finally got his wish and split the pair up?

    Todd is thrilled when Billy blames Paul for the car crash
  • Molly Moss


    BILLY Mitchell starts dealing drugs as Honey and Jay go public next week in EastEnders. 

    Billy – who is played by Perry Fenwick in the BBC One soap – will be devastated this week when his ex-wife Honey admits her feelings for Jay, the man he’s treated as his own son.

    And next week viewers will see Billy continue to sulk as he asks Phil for work. 

    Phil isn’t impressed by Billy’s snide comments and sticks up for Jay.

    Later, Billy lets his anger overcome him and tells the kids about Jay and Honey.

    When Honey suggests to the kids that they have a chat about her and Jay, Billy turns up late.

    Honey reaches the end of her tether and tells Billy to get his things and leave.

    Later in the week, Billy is hurt when Jay buys the kids new trainers and grows determined to get a new job.

    But when his shift doesn't go to plan at the call centre, he asks Vinny about dealing drugs.

    Vinny gives Billy a drugs package but will he go through with it to compete with Jay?

    Billy is furious when Jay buys the kids new trainers
  • Molly Moss


    PRIYA Sharma softens towards cheating Al Chapman as he tries to find the missing money next week in Emmerdale. 

    Priya and Debbie stole thousands from Kim Tate to frame Al after they discovered he was cheating on them both.

    But next week Priya seems to let down her walls when Al begs her to let him know where the missing money is.

    Will Priya and Debbie's revenge have been for nothing?

    Or will she see that Al is only bothered about the money – and not her?

    Priya softens towards Al as he begs to know where the money is
  • Molly Moss


    TRACY Barlow is delighted when Debbie puts David Platt’s house up for auction next week – and plans to buy it from under him.

    Debbie tells David she’ll sell his house back to him for the original price in upcoming scenes but he admits he no longer has the money. 

    Viewers will see Debbie take control of Ray’s businesses next week after faking his death. 

    Debbie tells Abi she’s hosting a relaunch party at the bistro – and that it’s women only. 

    She then announces that she’s putting No.8 up for auction the following day, leaving Tracy delighted but David miserable. 

    Will David be able to raise the money in time or will Tracy get her hands on the house?

  • Molly Moss


    EMMERDALE fans are convinced Tracy Metcalfe has amnesia after she appeared to have forgotten that Amy Wyatt killed her dad Frank.

    Back in 2019 Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) and her mum Kerry started a devastating factory fire by accident after stealing charity money to pay off some debt.

    When Tracy put two and two together after seeing Kerry with her dad’s keyring in her pocket, she forced Amy to confess to murdering Frank and pushed her to the ground so hard she was hospitalised. 

    But Tracy seemed to have forgotten all of this last night as she spotted Amy in the village and decided to thank her for her help the other day when she wrongly thought she was going into labour.

    Tracy told her: "Look I just wanted to say thanks for the other day. It was a false alarm obviously. But you really sorted us out."

    Amy replied: "I'm glad I could help."

    As Tracy walked off she said: "Maybe see you around, yeah?"

    Their encounter left many fans scratching their heads.

    One wrote on Twitter: "Tracy has totally forgiven Amy just like that really? What about her poor Dad?"

    A second said: "Is that Amy forgiven then #Emmerdale"

    A third added: "Amy, at least Al never killed Frank you murderer! #emmerdale."

  • Molly Moss


    JIMMY and Nicola King ban Carl’s mum Juliette from seeing him next week in Emmerdale after she stuns them with a revelation. 

    Jimmy will be horrified when Juliette shows up in Emmerdale village out of the blue in upcoming scenes.

    Juliette’s shock arrival will come five years after she abandoned her son and handed him over to Jimmy, relinquishing all parental responsibility.

    And next week viewers will see Jimmy on edge as he worries Juliette will return – and try and see Carl.

    Nicola suggests meeting up with her to tackle the problem head on. 

    As they go ahead with Nicola’s suggestion, the couple prepare to tell Juliette they don’t want her to see Carl, but they’re stunned by her revelation. 

    Will Jimmy and Nicola ban Juliette from seeing her son forever?

    Juliette Holliday stuns Carl and Nicola with a shock revelation
  • Molly Moss


    DEBBIE Webster takes control of Ray Crosby’s businesses after faking his murder next week in Coronation Street. 

    The businesswoman – who is played by actress Sue Devaney in the ITV soap – told Abi she had killed Ray in self-defence after saving her life from the evil property developer.

    But it soon emerged the businesswoman was lying as she arrived at a bedsit where she was hiding Ray.

    She told him she would get him out of the country, but only if he signed over all his businesses to her.

    Next week viewers will see Debbie invite Abi to a relaunch party at the bistro and tell her it’s women only next week. 

    She then announces that she’s putting No.8 up for auction the following day, leaving Tracy delighted but David worried he’ll never raise the money in time.

    Debbie takes over Ray's businesses after faking his death
  • Molly Moss


    EASTENDERS fans were left feeling very suspicious of Peter Beale during last night's episode when he was confronted about his dad Ian's whereabouts.

    The businessman – played by Adam Woodyatt in the BBC soap – fled Walford on Friday after confronting wife Sharon about her evil plan to kill him with poison.

    But when Ian's mum Kathy confided in her two grandsons about her worry that he's not answered his mobile for two days, the youngster just wasn't fussed.

    The market trader brutally said: "He's never care about us Bobby. So why should we care about him?"

    Peter's harsh words didn't sit right with viewers of the soap and many took to Twitter to share their concern.

    One said: "Peter really doesn’t care about Ian does he #EastEnders."

    Another tweeted: "Peter is an a**hole. Ian cared when your mother kidnapped you and tried to kill your father, d***face. #EastEnders."

    A third added: "Peter doesn’t care that Ian is missing #Eastenders"

    Could Peter be in cahoots with Sharon?
  • Molly Moss


    EASTENDERS fans are convinced Mick Carter will take matters into his own hands and kill his abuser, Katy Lewis.

    Last night’s episode saw Linda Carter reveal to Mick that she’d discovered Katy had other victims – and had children with them.

    Mick stormed around to Frankie's to try and convince her to let him turn her mother into the police, but she begged him not to because it would ruin her life, as well as Katy’s other victim Jed's.

    When Linda recommended Mick "sleep on it" before making a decision, Mick went into a heart wrenching monologue about how Katy "ripped my childhood away".

    "So it's time, L, it's time for her to pay," he declared.

    EastEnders fans believed Mick's ominous warning meant he planned to kill Katy as a way for her to pay for her crimes.

    One Twitter user wrote: "Go Mick. U need to get justice"

    Another added: "Right decision Mick. She must be stopped."

    And a third said: "IT'S TIME FOR HER TO PAY!!! yesss Mick!!!"

  • Molly Moss


    EMMERDALE fans last night feared for Al's life after Cain Dingle swore deadly revenge on him.

    The threat came after he found out Al had been seeing his daughter Debbie, and had cheated on her.

    Al has been seeing both Debbie and his fiancée Priya Sharma for months – only for the two women to realise what was going on.

    But last night it was Cain's turn to weigh in on the messy situation.

    It all started when he overheard Al boasting to his daughter Debbie about lying to her and cheating on her, with him telling her no one would ever love her.

    Viewers watched as Cain tracked Al down in the dark and threatened him.

    Fans immediately feared for Al's life, with this one tweeting: "Congrats Al for getting on Cain's s*** list.

    While this one said: "Cain on the rampage alert!"

    Another commented: "Yesss you tell him Cain! He's a dead man!'

    It wasn't looking good for Al last night as Cain vowed deadly revenge

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