Corrie Yasmeen fate revealed, EastEnders affair and 10 more soap spoilers

There’s drama aplenty in the land of soap next week, as Yasmeen Nazir’s (Shelley King) plea hearing arrives in Coronation Street, while Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) attempts to kiss Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) in EastEnders.

Meanwhile, the first batch of Emmerdale episodes set during lockdown arrive, and there’s tension aplenty between Cain and Aaron Dingle (Jeff Hordley and Danny Miller), while Cher McQueen’s (Bethany Hare) arrival brings with it yet another in Hollyoaks!


There is tension aplenty between Phil and Sharon, but can they find a way through?

Gray notices a log in his car tracker from the previous week which indicates that the car had been taken to Stratford, but what he doesn’t know is that this was a result of Ben aving taken the vehicle from the garage. Therefore, he assumes that Chantelle is responsible for this mystery trip and thus concludes that she must be having an affair.

Gray advises Whitney to use the flashbacks that she’s been having to piece together a clear picture of what happened on the night in which Leo died — informing her that being able to do so could help her defence in the trial. Whitney becomes distressed as she does what he asks — giving him a derailed account — but she soon breaks down. Gray once again comes to her rescue —comforting her — but as he does so, she tries to kiss him.

Coronation Street

Yasmeen enters a not guilty plea — and Alya is delighted as a result. Meanwhile, Geoff is fuming when he learns and tells Tim they need to show a united front.

Sally informs Tim that she’s not sure of Geoff’s innocence and would like him to move outs a result. Later, she grows increasingly convinced that Geoff’s story doesn’t add up.

Gary tracks down Kelly’s mum Laura and promises to ensure Rick keeps paying her living expenses as long as she takes Kelly back.


Sam and Lydia are naturally spending lockdown together, but there’ll be animosity aplenty, as — following Lydia doing a click-and-collect — Sam rails at his wife, and it soon comes to light that he’s being a little overprotective, and doesn’t want her to leave the house.

Aaron is spending lockdown with Cain — who’s adamant that he won’t be opening up about his feelings. However, there’s conflict aplenty, as a letter arrives with a prison stamp on it, and Cain wrestles with what to do for the best. Worrying that Aaron could slip back into his despair, he decides to hide the envelope in a magazine.

The days in lockdown pass by, one after another, and as Cain gets drunk with Aaron, he accidentally lets slip about the letter. Cain can’t quite remember where he’s hidden it, as Aaron rails last him — delivering some home truths about his relationship with Moira in the process. Later, Cain attempts to apologise for what he did, but he struggles to open up.


Following Cher’s revelation, she, Mercedes, Goldie and Sylver heard upstairs, but when Mercedes and Goldie leave the alleged father and daughter alone, Slyver agrees to buy the young woman’s silence.

However, the drama is far from at an end, as Cher’s mum Kelly soon shows up — but what will this mean for Sylver?

Kyle begs Nancy to give him another chance and take him back. However, she admits the she sometimes thinks they’d all be better off without him.

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