Coronation Street spoilers – Fans all saying the same thing as Faye Windass returns; plus EastEnders & Emmerdale news

CORRIE fans were left open mouthed when Faye Windass made a sudden return to the soap after seemingly disappearing for months.

For weeks now, Corrie fans have flooded Twitter with questions over where Faye is.

But the character appeared again on last night's episode of the soap – leaving fans to scratching their heads and saying they had 'forgotten' about her.

One person tweeted: "Tbh i forgot about faye cause no one mentions her #corrie, whole another said: ""I forgot about Faye when she was on screen #corrie"

Read our live blog below for all the latest soap news, gossip and spoilers…

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    Eyes on the prize

    Strictly star Rose Ayling-Ellis has revealed that she’s left EastEnders to focus on her dancing with Giovanni Pernice.

    “Normally, EastEnders makes you work at the same time as doing Strictly, but EastEnders gave me time off, so I can just focus on Strictly completely,” Rose told Metro.

    The 26-year-old, who is the show’s first ever deaf contestant, has been wowing the judges weekly with pro Giovanni.

    Her part-silence performance on Saturday has been hailed as one of “the best ever” and she is now the odds on favourite to lift the Glitterball.

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    All the latest news from Emmerdale Farm

    Emmerdale first burst onto British TV screens in 1972 and the draam has been running thick ever since.

    If you can't wait til the next episode, try one of the following pages:

    • Visit our Emmerdale page for the latest gossip
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    EastEnders' Gray Atkins outwitted by Chelsea (continued…)

    Deniseis then accused by Chelsea of talking Gray out of the marriage-and refues to budge on the wedding day.

    The day is set for Christmas Day – and later, Chelsea hints at Gray they will need a new car.

    But the pressure is building on Gray and he's getting worried with his job prospects limited and now working in a burger restaurant as a flipper.

    But controlling serial killer Gray soon gets an idea. But who is he targeting and is everyone safe?

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      Gray Atkins takes action on EastEnders after Chelsea outwits him

      GRAY Atkins will take drastic actions next week in EastEnders as Chelsea Fox outwits him.

      The serial killer – who is played by actor Toby-Alexander Smith in the BBC soap – has manipulated pregnant Chelsea into moving in with him

      He even proposed to her – insisting he wanted to be a proper family though he didn’t confess killing his last wife Chantelle.

      Next week as Gray struggles to hide his lack of income since being fired from his law firm, he’s left shocked when Chelsea takes action of her own.

      Denise asks Gray if he is getting married to Chelsea for the right reasons but he assures her he is. 

      And when Denise and Chelsea realise they have both booked their wedding and civil ceremony on Christmas Day, they clash.

      Denise comments that Chelsea and Gray are rushing into things. leaving Chelsea furious.

      Determined to prove her mother wrong, Chelsea invites her and Jack over to lunch.

      Worried about the expense, Gray asks Chelsea if they could delay the wedding, just as Denise and Jack arrive. 

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      How to stay up to date on the Cobbles

      Coronation Street is Britain's oldest ever soap opera. If you can't wait to rune in to an episode:

      • Visit our Coronation Street page for the latest gossip
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      What is Danny Miller’s net worth?

      It’s fair to say being on Emmerdale has boosted Danny’s finances.

      He reportedly has a wealth of £1m.

      Danny’s bank balance will also be boosted when he appears on I’m A Celebrity 2021 – although her fee is yet to be revealed.

      Who else is going into I’m a Celeb?

      Emmerdale’s Danny will be entering the castle this Sunday alongside Richard Madeley, Frankie Bridge, David Ginola, Dame Arlene Phillips, ex BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin, Kadeena Cox, Olympic diver Matty Lee, music producer Naughty Boy, and Radio 1 Xtra DJ Snoochie Shy.

      Then next week, soap icons Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson will join the gang as late arrivals.

      Adam Woodyatt appeared as Ian Beale in over 3,000 episodes

      EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt is the soap’s longest-serving character and has totted up more than 3,200 episodes since first appearing in 1985.

      During that time, his character Ian Beale has worked in a fish and chip shop, run several businesses and was even the landlord of The Queen Vic.

      But Adam, who signed up to the soap at just16, always had a backup plan prepared if it didn’t work out.

      “I was working at a butcher’s shop before I came here, I was thinking that if it didn’t work out then at least I could go back to cutting meat,” he told the Radio Times.

      “I just wanted to earn money, which does sound very Ian Beale, doesn’t it?”

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        Danny Miller breaks HUGE I'm A Celeb rule by getting secret advice

        Danny Miller has broken a HUGE show rule before he’s even entered the I’m A Celeb camp – after getting secret advice from a former show star Adam Thomas – who came third in 2016.

        The 30-year-old is one of 10 celebs heading into the famous castle on Sunday, having played Aaron Dingle on Emmerdale for the last 13 years.

        In fact, the actor even admitted that he feels like he is a “step ahead” his co-stars due to the insight Adam was able to give.

        He explained: “I confided in Adam about me taking part as he is one of my best friends in the world.

        “I feel like I am a step ahead as I’ve asked him questions about what it will be like. Obviously he was in Australia and this is in Wales but he has been amazing in helping to settle my nerves.”

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        Faye’s downward spiral

        After spending nine months behind bars, Faye Windass will be released from prison early following Debbie Webster’s visit to Ray Crosby’s in Coronation Street.

        Viewers will know that Faye was sentenced to three years behind bars after attacking Adam Barlow.

        This week, Debbie will pay a visit to Ray, who’s currently in prison for sexually assaulting Faye.

        Debbie will tell Ray that unless he pleads guilty to the assault, she will report him to the police for the death of Johnny Connor – who died in the sinkhole collapse.

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        Hollyoaks' Sarah Jayne Dunn could be back on our screes

        Sarah Jayne Dunn could be back on screens sooner rather than later following her sacking from Hollyoaks.

        The 40-year-old has been approached to make a documentary about being forced to choose between her job on the Channel 4 soap and uploading sexy pictures to OnlyFans, The Sun can reveal.

        A source said: “Since leaving the soap, Sarah has been offered a lot of work – and been approached by a lot of companies about making a documentary on the whole experience of leaving Hollyoaks and taking control of her own career by launching an OnlyFans account.

        “Nothing is confirmed and it’s all early stages, but it’s something to explore for Sarah.”

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        When did Coronation Street first start?

        From the moment Coronation Street first aired live on December 9, 1960, millions since have been gripped by the ups and downs of Weatherfield’s residents.

        Its early days portrayed a ­realistic kitchen-sink drama showing the ordinary day-to-day lives of working-class northerners, and the show was considered ground-breaking.

        It is the second longest running soap opera in the UK after The Archers.

        But not everyone liked it. One early critic wrote: “The ­programme is doomed from the outset . . . with its dreary signature tune and grim scenes of a row of terraced houses.”

        Over sixty years on and the signature tune and terraced houses are still there.

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        Corrie star Charlie De Melo had secret relationship with his co-star

        The Sun previously reported how Charlie had engaged in a 'secret' relationship with co-star Nicola Thorp.

        The pair were close friends for a decade before their relationship blossomed while they were both filming the ITV soap and they showed off their many holidays on Instagram.

        However thje couple have no gone their separate ways.

        At the time, an insider on the soap revealed "Sadly Nicola and Charlie decided to cool things after growing apart. They've decided to remain pals – although they aren't hanging out as much platonically as they they did before they were a couple."

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        Corrie star in throwback snap (continued…)

        Fans seem to be delighted with the picture of a scruffy Imran.

        It's a world away from his the on screen character of a vicious, ruthless lawyer.

        "You look like Mark Ruffalo," one wrote, as another claimed: "You look liike Olly Murs but with dark hair."

        Corrie audiences may see Imran as a vicious lawyer on screen, but in real life – the star is much more wholesome, with an Instagram dedicated to his dogs.

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        Pictured: Corrie fans shocked at throwback snap

        This actor has shocked his fans with a throwback snap taken way before he appeared on Coronation Street.

        YEs that's right, it's Charlie De Melo looking a world apart from his dapper Coronation Street character Imran Habeeb.

        He looked unrecognisable from his polished on-screen look, with short, neatly styled hair and a well-groomed beard.

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        EastEnders: Eve actress Clare Perkins on her character

        Speaking about her character Ava during her time on the show, actress Clare Perkins said her character's relationship with mum Cora was "ridiculous".

        "They were both living in Albert Square, so it was kind of ridiculous that they played a cat-and-mouse game," she explained to Digital Spy .

        "With one of them being nice, and the other refusing the invitation and pretending that they're not bothered.

        "It was quite unhealthy for both of them to not be exploring their many issues, so I think it was a good thing to see their relationship blossoming."

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        EastEnders' Vi opened up to Raine about her own secret son

        Vi Highway, played by Gwen Taylor, was telling Raine how she gave up her own son Christopher – who was born with Downs Syndrome – up for adoption.

        The recent scenes saw the grandmother reveal her secret to Cora's daughter, who began to dig into the life of her mother's eldest child Ava.

        Rainie could be heard telling Vi: "My mother, she gave up a child when she was younger, but it stayed with her, that hurt and that guilt.

        "When she met her years later, that daughter she gave up, she had a good life. A great life – and she knew mum had suffered."

        It marked the first time Ava had been mentioned in many years – hinting that bosses could be thinking about bringing her back to Walford.

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        EastEnders drops big hint Rainie Cross’ secret sister will return to the Square

        EASTENDERS has dropped a hint that Rainie Cross' secret sister Ava Hartman will make a shock return to Albert Square.

        Ava – played by Clare Perkins – is the eldest daughter of Cora Cross, and was last seen by fans of the soap back in 2012 alongside sister Tanya Branning.

        Mother-of-one Ava was on a mission to figure out who her birth family was after she was given up for adoption when she was born.

        But her cause found her at the centre of drama in the Square, as it was revealed that Cora, played by Ann Micthell, was her mother – making for a difficult reunion.

        It all came to a head when Cora revealed she had to give up Ava as, back in the 60s it was difficult for a white woman to raise a black baby.

        The mother-daughter duo worked hard to rebuild their relationship, with Ava eventually bringing her son Dexter Hartman, played by Khali Best, to Walford.

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        What is Danny Miller’s net worth?

        It’s fair to say being on Emmerdale has boosted Danny’s finances.

        He reportedly has a wealth of £1m.

        Danny’s bank balance will also be boosted when he appears on I’m A Celebrity 2021 – although her fee is yet to be revealed.

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        Who is Emmerdale’s Danny Miller?

        30-year-old Danny Miller was born on January 2, 1991 and is an English actor.

        He is of course known for playing Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale, for which he has won three British Soap Awards for Best Actor.

        Danny made his television debut when he played Kyle Brown in the BBC kids show Grange Hill.

        In April 2014 the actor played William in the BBC production of Jamaica Inn.

        Danny also joined the cast of Scott & Bailey, in late 2013, as series regular Rob Waddington.

        On November 16, 2021 The Sun revealed how Danny had quit Emmerdale after 13 years.

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        Adam Woodyatt’s pre-fame job

        EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt is the soap’s longest-serving character and has totted up more than 3,200 episodes since first appearing in 1985.

        During that time, his character Ian Beale has worked in a fish and chip shop, run several businesses and was even the landlord of The Queen Vic.

        Adam, 53, signed up the soap at 16, but had a backup plan prepared if it didn’t work out.

        “I was working at a butcher’s shop before I came here, I was thinking that if it didn’t work out then at least I could go back to cutting meat,” he told the Radio Times.

        “I just wanted to earn money, which does sound very Ian Beale, doesn’t it?”

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        Helle of a look

        She has one of the most enviable wardrobes in show-business and now you can bag Michelle Keegan’s signature style as she launches her Christmas collection with Very.

        The former Corrie star, 33, has posed in an array of party-ready outfits including a tiny little black dress.

        The collection also includes stylish knitwear with matching dog jumpers to ensure your Sunday walks are pooch perfect.

        The star looked sensational with her glossy waves swept back and effortlessly minimal makeup.

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        How long has Corrie been on our screens?

        From the moment Coronation Street first aired live on December 9, 1960, millions have been gripped by the ups and downs of Weatherfield’s residents.

        Its early days portrayed a ­realistic kitchen-sink drama showing the ordinary day-to-day lives of working-class northerners, and the show was considered ground-breaking.

        It is the second longest running soap opera in the UK after The Archers.

        But not everyone liked it. One early critic wrote: “The ­programme is doomed from the outset . . . with its dreary signature tune and grim scenes of a row of terraced houses.”

        Over sixty years on and the signature tune and terraced houses are still there.

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        EASTENDERS SPOILER: Taking the Mick

        Mick Carter grows closer to Janine Butcher in upcoming episode of EastEnders.

        Next week, Peter Beale is working on a bid to sponsor the Square’s Christmas tree when Janine overhears him.

        Mick is worried about money and Janine suggests that The Vic sponsors the Christmas Tree and he agrees that it’s worth a punt. 

        Rainie and Stuart overhear, unhappy they’ve missed out as well. Later, Peter pays Janine and Mick a visit to tell them he managed to outbid them.

        Annoyed at Peter’s arrogance, Mick agrees to let Janine do something about it…

        In among the Christmas tree battle, Janine opens up to Mick about a memory of her father and Mick offers her some words of kindness that move her.

        Is a bond starting to form between the unlikely pair?

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