Emmerdale spoilers: Meena may put Dawn ‘in serious danger’ before her wedding; plus Coronation Street & EastEnders news

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MEEN GIRL 8:01, 2 Feb 2022Updated: 8:01, 2 Feb 2022EMMERDALE'S Dawn Taylor is set to fight for her life just before her wedding as killer Meena Jutla

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  • 8:01, 2 Feb 2022
  • Updated: 8:01, 2 Feb 2022

EMMERDALE’S Dawn Taylor is set to fight for her life just before her wedding as killer Meena Jutla seems to have returned to the village to exact revenge.

New ITV spoilers have revealed that a menacing stalker could put Dawn and Billy’s nuptials at risk.

In scenes set to air on Emmerdale soon, Dawn decides to head home from the quiet hen do to grab her phone in case Brenda needs to contact her about Lucas.

But as she gets in, the colour drains from her face – her eyes land on her wedding dress, which has been slashed with red paint and wrecked.

Dawn hears the door creak and spots the back door is ajar.

She flees the house, armed with a bat and prepared to fight for her life.

Read our Soaps live blog below for the latest news and gossip…

  • EastEnders spoiler: Zack makes a shocking discovery

    There’s a surprise return in the works for EastEnders viewers.

    Although the latter know Tina Carter was murdered by Gray Atkins, her sister Shirley is still on the lookout for her.

    And after musing that Tina could attend a local Walford party organised by Callum, she receives Zack Hudson’s (James Farrar) help.

    Both spend the night searching for Tina but, of course, come home empty-handed.

    But Zack doesn’t return home without revelations of his own.

    In a shocking twist, Zack tells Sharon that he ran into Jada.

    Jada has been off the radar for months, alongside her daughter Alyssa.

    Zack vows to Sharon that he is determined to bring the pair back.

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  • Fans saying the same thing about Kathy Beale’s terrorist comments (Continued…)

    Demanding Bobby follow her home she put a stop to the proposal and left, having exposed the family.

    But viewers were left incredulous by Kathy’s hypocrisy considering Bobby’s own history as a killer.

    Not only did he kill his sister Lucy, but he tried to kill adopted mum Jane.

    And Kathy’s son Ben killed Heather Trott – making them a family of killers.

    One wrote: “That was harsh from Kathy”

    A second said: “Judgement much Kathy seriously? Also wasn’t Ben once involved in human trafficking?”

    Another added: “Kathy not letting Bobby marry into a family of terrorists. He murdered his own sister!! Great writing there.”

  • Fans saying the same thing about Kathy Beale’s terrorist comments

    The businesswoman – who is played by actress Gillian Taylforth in the BBC soap – hit the roof tonight after discovering Bobby’s ex Dana’s brother Aaron was responsible for the bomb in the restaurant.

    Bobby had confided in Peter, and come up with a plan to propose – leaving Kathy furious.

    She stopped the proposal and humiliated the Monroes.

    As Harvey begged to speak to Kathy in private, she shut him down.

    “You think you can wriggle out this again?” she said. 

    “You’re nothing but a nasty little racist.”

    She added: “Aaron for his ideas from somewhere – they don’t call them home grown terrorists for nothing.”

    Turning to the restaurant customers she told them: “Yeah that’s right – this man’s son is the one who planted the device at the Argee Bhajee.

    “He didn’t do it on his own, did he? Do you really think I’d let my grandson marry into a family of terrorists?”

  • Michael Greco a ‘crying wreck’ on Loose Women

    The Beppe DiMarco actor, 51, became overwhelmed talking about the tot’s seven-week stay at Great Ormond Street hospital.

    He appeared on the ITV show today with partner Helen Harris and their newborn, who was born in July.

    Michael ended up describing himself as a “crying wreck” after breaking down while recounting his family’s emotional story.

    The youngster was born six weeks premature with gastroschisis, a rare genetic disorder when the baby’s abdomen does not develop fully while in the womb.

    Speaking about how the hospital had saved his son’s life he became tearful and was passed a tissue by Loose Women host Ruth Langsford.

    He said: “When they picked it up on the scan six weeks previous to him being born the consultant said we’ve got to get him out because there’s no movement.

    “We were worried about being stillborn or anything like that. When he was born born she didn’t show the full baby, they just showed his head and shoulders because underneath was this whole thing…”

  • Corrie fans disgusted with Daniel Osbourne

    The teacher – who is played by actor Rob Mallard in the ITV soap – put his foot in it during the consent workshops at school in yesterdays episode.

    He revealed to Max as to what happened to David.

    Daniel tried to cover up what he meant and quickly left the room leaving Max confused – but determined to get the truth.

    He went home and started to quiz David about what Daniel meant.

    Max pressed his dad on what was going on, until David revealed to him exactly what happened.

    Fans are disgusted with Daniel for putting them in this position.

    One wrote: “Daniel real does himself no favors!”

    A second said: “Yeah I’d want too hit Daniel too #Corrie #coronationstreet”

  • Cain Dingle devastated as son Kyle goes missing after furious row

    In recent weeks, Cain has continuously feuded with Al, notably over the Woolpack, but things get more tense as Amy threatens to fight him for custody of their son if he continues to meddle in her life.

    While Al further antagonises the situation deliberately, Moira (Natalie J. Robb) tries to pacify Amy, telling her she will try to get through to Cain.

    She encourages the latter to turn his attention to Kyle and move past his feud with Al but Cain does not like the idea of Al moving into the same house as his son.

    Al is disappointed Amy and Cain eventually come to an agreement and plan to stick on their original visitation plan without involving any solicitors, despite his advice.

    He soon hatches a plan and, unbeknownst to everyone, gives Kyle his old phone.

    Cain then catches the young boy asking Vinny (Bradley Johnson) to get him a top up card from the shop.

    His rage boils over when he learns that Al gave Kyle the phone.

    But as his temper reaches new heights, Kyle runs away, leaving Cain devastated.

    This wouldn’t be the first time Al tries to use Kyle against his rival.

  • Fans all say the same thing about Kim Tate’s fruit bowl

    The scheming superbitch – played by Claire King in the ITV soap – struggled to get excited about her stepdaughter Dawn’s wedding.

    On the latest instalment, Kim discovered that Dawn had picked a date for the wedding, but seemed to have other things on her mind.

    She later confided in her boyfriend Will Taylor as they sat at the dining table.

    However, ITV viewers were more distracted with the “blatantly fake” plastic fruit in Kim’s bowl.

    One viewer wrote: “Are those fruits supposed to be real? Looks fake to me. #Emmerdale”

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  • Truth behind Dana Monroe’s pregnancy revealed

    In the latest instalment, Harvey spotted Dana’s pregnancy test and she was forced to come clean and tell him that it was a false alarm.

    Meanwhile, Peter was shocked to learn that Aaron was responsible for the bomb in the restaurant and warned Bobby to stay away from Dana.

    Disregarding his brother’s advice, Bobby went to see Kathy and revealed that he planned to propose to his ex-girlfriend Dana and wanted to borrow some money to buy an engagement ring.

    Determined to stop Bobby making a big mistake, Kathy told Peter about Bobby’s plan.

    Over at Walford East, Bobby got down on one knee in front of Dana as

    Harvey watched on.

    A shocked Dana admitted that she wasn’t pregnant as Harvey urged the youngster to get up.

    A furious Kathy and Peter then stormed in and told her grandson that he can’t marry Dana after learning about Aaron’s involvement in the far right terrorist group.

  • Kel Allen reveals sadness at Laura Neelan bombshell (Continued…)

    Explaining what’s to come, Kel said: “Basically, Laura has found out she’s got stomach cancer, and she’s found out she’s terminal. 

    “And within that time, she’s done a lot of soul searching. And as a mum, it’s taken something so tragic to happen to herself to make her realise what’s important, and that her world is Kelly. 

    “She wants to make amends for all the wrongdoings. She doesn’t know how much time she’s got, and how long she’s going to be around. 

    “But in all this time she’s there, she wants to sort things out with her daughter, and she needs to get everything back on track.”

  • Kel Allen reveals sadness at Laura Neelan bombshell

    The actress plays Laura Neelan in the ITV soap but her time is coming to an end with the character being diagnosed with terminal cancer.

    Speaking about her exit, Kel said: “I think for me, it’s bittersweet – I guess Laura could have stayed around. But then what would have happened? 

    “She’d be up to her old tricks again. Every actor wants to get their teeth into something so gritty, and there’s always twists and turns. 

    “For me, I’m excited for what’s to come. I’ll be so sad when I leave, because obviously, I’ve made so many bonds with everybody off set. 

    “It does sound extremely cliche when people say it’s a family, but it genuinely is. I’ll miss that, but we’ll all still stay in touch. 

    “And I’ve still got quite a lot of time in the show yet.”

  • Sally Lindsay hits out at ‘fame-hungry’ Coronation Street stars

    The 48-year-old, who starred as Sally Unwin on the ITV soap from 2001-2006, insisted that landing a part in Corrie doesn’t guarantee that you’ve made it.

    She said: “A lot of people, when they join Coronation Street, think it’s all about being famous and… going to awards and that’s it, you’re made. And you’re not. You’re really not.”

    Speaking on the White Wine Question Time podcast with Kate Thornton, Sally shared her frustrations about being criticised for doing a variety of different jobs within the industry – and said it wouldn’t happen to her male co-stars.

    “You know… you’ve got someone like Bradley Walsh, who does everything, and everyone goes, ‘Oh, that’s amazing!'” she said. ‘If you do it, they’re like, ‘Aren’t you an actor though?’ Yeah, yeah, I am, I’m a really good one, but I can do that as well.”

  • Sarah Platt trapped with dangerous stalker

    In recent weeks, the solicitor and fans of the ITV soap speculated that his ex Lydia (Rebecca Ryan) could have been responsible for the property damage he has suffered.

    But when she was proven innocent by Craig, Adam suspects Jeremy Bremner could be acting out.

    While he is encouraged to report his stalker to the police by Imran, Adam decides to keep quiet.

    With Valentine’s Day coming up, Sarah is thrilled when she receives a large bouquet of flowers in a vase and thanks Adam for his gesture.

    But Adam is baffled as the flowers she received didn’t come from him.

    Fishing out the card, they are horrified by its message: “Next bouquet will be for your funeral.”

    With their flat door deadlocked, both Sarah and Adam assume that whoever left the bouquet could still be there.

  • Fans think epic Line of Duty crossover is on the way for ‘bent copper’ Craig

    The police officer – who is played by Colson Smith in the ITV soap – decided to cover up Faye Windass and Emma Brooker killing an old man.

    Awash with guilt and overwhelmed by the evidence piling up against her and Emma, Faye confessed to Craig that she was involved in Ted’s death.

    After revealing to Faye (Ellie Leach) that the police was going to conduct another thorough search of Ted’s house, the police constable returned to Ted’s flat to retrieve his girlfriends fake nail.

    Craig then returned to the flat and told them to dispose of any clothes they were wearing when they knocked Ted over.

    He then dropped a bombshell that he had resigned from the police because he had broken his oath.

    ITV viewers have predicted that the storyline is far from over and that Craig’s involvement could lead to him being investigated as a “bent copper”.

    One wrote: “Line of Duty and Corrie crossover soon with Corrupt Craig?! #corrie”

  • Coronation Street schedule chaos

    The ITV soap will no longer air on Friday night due to an FA Cup match.

    Fans will be furious about the changes that will see them go without a new episode of Corrie for five days.

    After tonight’s episode, the usual two episodes will air on Wednesday night but fans will have to wait until Monday for more.

    It comes after ITV announced a dramatic change to the soap’s broadcast – changing decades of history.

    In a huge shake-up of its early evening output, ITV will now air a full hour of news from 6.30pm, pushing the soaps further into prime time.

    Emmerdale, which has a big year ahead celebrating its 50th birthday in 2022, will move to a 7.30pm slot.

    Coronation Street, the nation’s biggest soap, is to move to three hour-long episodes, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm.

  • James Farrar shares rare snap of baby

    The 35-year-old, who plays Zack Hudson on the BBC soap, was out in Soho, London, with his little one.

    James normally keeps his Instagram to work, events and modelling shots.

    But he posted a story with the tot who was born in November.

    She arrived more than two weeks overdue – making James and Ali first-time parents.

    The couple, who have been together for 12 years, had spent the days leading up to their child’s birth practising yoga in a bid to bring on labour.

    The excited actor first revealed he was set to be dad in July of this year as he posed with Ali and her bump for a sweet mirror selfie.

  • Daniel Osbourne tries to MURDER pupil Max Turner (continued…)

    Daniel was left shocked but viewers are predicting his downfall.

    One person wrote on Twitter: “Knowing #corrie Dan will go to prison nowIs it this week that Danial kills Max?”

    A second said: “Daniel’s dark side has returned.”

    Another added: “Oops…I think that might just be the end of Daniel’s teaching career..”

  • Coronation Street horror as Daniel Osbourne tries to MURDER pupil Max Turner

    CORONATION Street fans are predicting a twist after Daniel Osbourne pushed Max Turner down the stairs.

    The teacher – who is played by actor Rob Mallard in the ITV soap – found Max in his flat, in the middle of smashing it up.

    Max had even destroyed the last thing Sinead made for her son Bertie before she died.

    Realising what Max had broken, Daniel lost it. Grabbing the schoolboy by his coat Daniel dragged him to the door.

    “Do you know what this is?” he screamed picking up the piece of Sinead’s last artwork for Bertie.

    “You expect me to believe it was an accident? That was one of the last things I have left of Sinead.”

    Max sniped back: “Like you care, you were onto our Bethany soon enough after she died.”


  • EastEnders fans devastated as Ben Mitchell makes divorce decision over husband Callum Highway

    EASTENDERS fans are devastated after Ben Mitchell effectively decided to divorce husband Callum Highway.

    The mechanic – who is played by actor Max Bowden in the BBC soap – failed to turn up at a last ditch attempt by Callum to repair their damaged marriage.

    Viewers have watched in recent weeks as Ben has been so terrified of losing Callum to a homophobic attack that he wants to go back in the closet.

    Ben again told Callum: “Paul was murdered. I carry that with me every single day of my life and I am not going to let the same thing happen to you. I am not.”

    But Callum told him that wasn’t his decision to make.

    “Then let’s get a divorce,” he said. 

    “So that when I am set upon for being gay you don’t have to watch. 

    “That’s what you want, yeah? I love you Ben so much and I want to shout it from every single rooftop. 

    “I don’t care who hears it, or who’s got a problem with it. That is their problem and it ain’t mine and it ain’t yours.”

  • Emmerdale: Cain Dingle devastated as son Kyle goes missing

    In recent weeks, Cain has continuously feuded with Al, notably over the Woolpack, but things get more tense as Amy threatens to fight him for custody of their son if he continues to meddle in her life.

    While Al further antagonises the situation deliberately, Moira (Natalie J. Robb) tries to pacify Amy, telling her she will try to get through to Cain.

    She encourages the latter to turn his attention to Kyle and move past his feud with Al but Cain does not like the idea of Al moving into the same house as his son.

    Al is disappointed Amy and Cain eventually come to an agreement and plan to stick on their original visitation plan without involving any solicitors, despite his advice.

    He soon hatches a plan and, unbeknownst to everyone, gives Kyle his old phone.

    Cain then catches the young boy asking Vinny (Bradley Johnson) to get him a top up card from the shop.

    His rage boils over when he learns that Al gave Kyle the phone.

    But as his temper reaches new heights, Kyle runs away, leaving Cain devastated.

    This wouldn’t be the first time Al tries to use Kyle against his rival.

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  • How can fans watch old episodes of EastEnders?

    It’s been 35 years since EastEnders first debuted on screens.

    And now fans of the BBC One soap can take a trip down memory lane and binge-watch old episodes courtesy of Drama.

    The UKTV-owned channel airs old episodes every week day at 1pm and 1.40pm.

    Alternatively, fans can also catch up via the UKTV Play website – where you can stream episodes that have been recently shown.

    As the soap celebrates another milestone birthday, why not take the opportunity to watch EastEnders’ longest-serving soap star Adam Woodyatt as a young Ian Beale, or to feast on episodes featuring the original EastEnders’ cast – from Michelle Fowler to Angie Watts.

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  • Nick Cotton actor pays tribute to Leonard Fenton

    John Altman, who played Dot Cotton’s son Nick in EastEnders, also paid tribute to Leonard Fenton.

    He tweeted: “Sad to hear that Leonard Fenton has passed away. It was a pleasure to work with him during the early days of EastEnders.

    “He was always upbeat and had a good sense of humour. Not only was he a fine actor, but he was also a talented artist. He loved to paint.”

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