EastEnders spoilers – Chelsea FEARS for her life as killer Gray Atkins exposed; plus Coronation Street & Emmerdale news

EastEnders spoilers – Chelsea FEARS for her life as killer Gray Atkins exposed; plus Coronation Street & Emmerdale news

12/09/2021

EASTENDERS' Chelsea Fox will be left fearing for her life next week as the truth about serial killer Gray Atkins is finally exposed.

Chelsea – who is played by Zaraah Abrahams on the BBC One soap – finds out that she is expecting a boy after a routine scan.

Over the moon, Chelsea returns home only to find a large man threatening Gray and, thinking her fiancé to be in danger, shoves the stranger out of the house.

A fuming Gray explains to Chelsea that she's got the wrong end of the stick and decides to ban Chelsea from the house when clients are present.

The situation turns sour, however, when Chelsea asks Gray about baby names.

An argument is initiated when Denise overhears the conversation, noticing Gray is far from keen to talk about baby names.

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

  • Joseph Gamp

    Corrie boss throws shade at EastEnders Christmas tradition

    Iain Macleod has thrown shade at rival soap EastEnders for going dark at Christmas – insisting the cobbles won’t be going down that route this year.

    The BBC soap is known for its dramatic and dark storylines with this year set to feature a terrorist bombing and a serial killer unmasking.

    But producer Iain teased an upbeat festive season on the cobbles with the “funniest fight” the soap has ever done.

    He said: “It’s quite jolly, actually.

    “Obviously there’s a tradition on some soaps of going really big and dark and kind of gothic at Christmas and we’ve occasionally dipped our toe in that water, but I think it’s fair to say this year is maybe more akin to a traditional Coronation Street Christmas. 

    “It’s very funny in places, it’s very silly, and it’s really heartwarming and joyous. 

    “There’s a really strong community vibe this year where actually we were able to film it at a time when there was a window of opportunity to do some stuff with actors didn’t have to be two meters apart all the time.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Adam Woodyatt goes ‘full Ian Beale’ on IAC

    Fans were left in hysterics as Adam Woodyatt was accused of turning into his EastEnders character on the show.

    The actor was likened to his often miserable character Ian Beale as he rowed with a fellow campmate.

    Fans had previously predicted Adam, 53, would go “full Ian Beale” on Naughty Boy and last night they saw the pair fall out over camp chores.

    The soap star was not impressed as the music producer enjoyed a lie-in while he tackled a host of duties in the castle grounds.

    “I’m very much a doer”, said Adam.

    “You’re very much a sleeper.”

    While watching the exchange, one viewer wrote on Twitter: “Adam Woodyatt is the real life Ian Beale, wow! No acting required”.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Ant and Dec’s trial blunder as Simon Gregson suffered for no reason

    Fans were in hysterics as Ant and Dec bungled last night’s trial – leaving soap star Simon Gregson looking for a star that wasn’t there.

    The hosts, both 46, watched on as he kept scrabbling around in a barrel not realising he had already finished the task.

    Simon has retrieved the star from a foul barrel of fermented eggnog – but neither the hosts not the producers had cottoned on.

    Dec Donnelly told the Coronation Street actor: “Come on Si, don’t give up now. Back in the eggnog Si.”

    After plunging his face back into the gunge, he told the pair: “I’ve already got one out of here you know?”

    Ant roared: “Ah, have you? Well why didn’t you tell us?”

    Simon raged, gesturing around him and all the recording equipment: “You’ve got cameras.”

    He then submerged his face back into the foul brew leaving Dec insisting: “Simon stop. You’ve only got one.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    How to stay up to date with Cobbles news

    You can follow our blog for all the latest news and gossip. Alternatively, you can also check these two pages out:

    • Visit our Coronation Street page for the latest gossip
    • Find all Coronation Street spoilers here

    Adam Woodyatt goes ‘full Ian Beale’

    Fans were left in hysterics as Adam Woodyatt was accused of turning into his EastEnders character on the show.

    The actor was likened to his often miserable character Ian Beale as he rowed with a fellow campmate.

    Fans had previously predicted Adam, 53, would go “full Ian Beale” on Naughty Boy and last night they saw the pair fall out over camp chores.

    The soap star was not impressed as the music producer enjoyed a lie-in while he tackled a host of duties in the castle grounds.

    “I’m very much a doer”, said Adam.

    “You’re very much a sleeper.”

    While watching the exchange, one viewer wrote on Twitter: “Adam Woodyatt is the real life Ian Beale, wow! No acting required”.

    Danny Miller on leaving Emmerdale

    In a video filmed after his final scenes Danny sobbed uncontrollably and told fans: “It was a very, very tough decision for me to make for my new family – Steph and my baby and my two dogs.

    “It was a very difficult decision to make because I was only going to have two weeks with me baby before I was whisked off to the castle in Wales. It was a very tough decision to make.

    “Steph pretty much forced me to be fair. I hope I’m entertaining people in there in a different way to the way Aaron’s entertained people.”

    Speaking about his stint in camp he said: “I’m hoping at this point I’m still in the castle in Wales on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! which nobody knows about.

    “Or very little people know about. This video is also to apologise to anyone I’ve lied to about it, but I signed a contract saying I wasn’t allowed to talk about it and I don’t want to get sued by ITV.”

    Where to get the latest from Corrie

    You can follow our blog for all the latest news and gossip. Alternatively, you can also check these two pages out:

    • Visit our Coronation Street page for the latest gossip
    • Find all Coronation Street spoilers here

    Who is Janine Butcher?

    Janine returned to EastEnders this year – with soap bosses vowing “she’s changed.”

    The villain was most famous for pushing her husband Barry off a cliff.

    As well as killing Barry while on honeymoon in the Scottish Highlands, Janine also murdered fourth husband Michael Moon.

    She tried to bump off ­second husband Ryan Malloy, fatally ran over Ronnie Mitchell’s long-lost daughter Danielle, attempted to defraud the Mitchell family and framed arch-nemesis Stacey Slater for attempted murder.

    EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter cornered (Continued…)

    After realising Billy’s choice of gifts was awful, she is dealt a further blow when her daughter Scarlett says she will be spending Christmas at the Slaters’ home.

    In a tender moment she turns to Mick for help, after she learns he will be spending the seasonal time away from wife Linda after she fled Walford with baby Annie.

    He encourages her to get in contact with the youngster.

    Yet Frank Butcher’s daughter’s troublesome streak doesn’t fade, as she continues to try to attract Mick.

    She tells Zack that Mick’s daughter Nancy still likes him and he should ask him back out – despite Mick battering Zack in a recent fight.

    Nancy is left furious but worse is to come when Janine’s mind is set whirring after realising Mick’s desperate desire to contact Linda.

    • Louis Allwood

      EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter cornered

      Janine Butcher is back to her scheming best as she attempts to bag Mick Carter for Christmas.

      Charlie Brooks’ explosive BBC One character has her sights set on the head of the Queen Vic and her obsessive ways means she’ll stop at nothing to get her man.

      EastEnders spoilers show Janine getting flirty with Mick, played by Danny Dyer, as they put the decorations up at the pub.

      Nancy and Shirley warily look on but miss the schemer as she switches up the Best Spouse In the Ouse questions for the festive quiz.

      Mick is annoyed, but his tempers fade when Janine tells him she’s taken care of his kids’ presents with the help of Billy Mitchell.

      The next day, Janine ramps up her cheeky streak in an attempt to catch Mick’s eye as she dresses as Mrs Claus.

    • Louis Allwood

      Fans feel sick with Daniel's behaviour 

      One wrote: "Not loving this situation with Summer and Daniel."

      A second said: "I feel so sorry for Daniel he has lost everything."

      Another added: "I’m so sad for Daniel I understand how it all looks and to anyone who doesn’t know Daniel it looks suss but he’s never done anything wrong."

    • Louis Allwood

      Fans feel sick as Daniel Osbourne admits to inappropriate behaviour with Summer

      Fans have been left uncomfortable over tonight’s episode where teacher Daniel Osbourne was accused of grooming Summer Spellman.

      In tonight’s episode Daniel was questioned by police over his actions towards Summer – but it took his ex Daisy to get through to him.

      After Tracy kicked Billy and Summer out of her flat, Summer ran off crying and Daisy followed.

      Sitting down to listen to her, Daisy got her to open up about her crush on Daniel – and realised what the teacher had done to her.

      She went over to the house to tell him and make him see how inappropriate he had been. 

      “I know nothing happened between you and Summer, I know you wouldn’t do anything like that from the off – I didn’t need Summer to confirm it,” she said.

      “But you must have twigged that she had the mother of all crushes. 

      “A pretty bright young thing hanging off your every word, laughing at your jokes, or puns in your case. It wouldn’t have done your ego any harm.”

    • Louis Allwood

      EastEnders spoilers: Kat Slater furious

      Kat Slater is left fuming when she catches Phil Mitchell with ex Sharon Watts.

      The fiery businesswoman – played by Jessie Wallace on the BBC One soap – is left reeling on Christmas Day as Phil and Sharon get close.

      The week before Christmas, Phil tells Sharon that his PI has had no luck finding Jada.

      Later that week, Sharon invites Kat and Phil to her Christmas party but Kat declines.

      Phil later makes a surprise appearance but he soon gets a message from his PI.

      But as Phil and Sharon are discussing Jada, Kat walks in and feeling fed
      up, she tells them to leave the girl alone.

      Meanwhile at Walford East, Phil is angry about the way Kat spoke to Sharon.

      Later on, Phil visits Sharon and invites her to Christmas at the Slaters but not everyone will be happy to have Sharon there.

    • Louis Allwood

      Emmerdale spoilers: Al Chapman brutally attacked

      Al Chapman will suffer a brutal attack as he's forced to make horrifying decision about The Woolpack this Christmas.

      The scheming businessman – who is played by actor Michael Wildman in the ITV soap – blackmailed his way into investing into the pub for a scam.

      Al is pressured by Gavin to get Chas and Marlon to sell The Woolpack next week.

      But when a big, muscley man menacingly gets out of Gavin’s car, Al’s heart sinks as he knows what’s coming – a beating.

      The following week, Christmas is in full swing in the village but things take a turn for the worse for Al.

      As the villagers enjoy Christmas day, there’s a thin dusting of what appears to be snow, but is all as it seems?

      Soon we flashback to the hours that preceded this flurry and understand what really happened. 

      It’s Christmas day, and still reeling from his beating yesterday, Al gets a threatening message from Gavin and is later disturbed to catch Gavin talking to Ellis.

    • Louis Allwood

      Adam Woodyatt in fresh feud

      Adam Woodyatt has sparked a fresh feud with Naughty Boy as they rowed over doing chores.

      The EastEnders actor kicked off about "sleepy" Naughty staying in bed instead of pulling his weight.

      In an awkward exchange, irritated Adam listed all the jobs he'd done while Naughty had a lie in.

      The music producer attempted to explain he'd had a bad night's sleep.

      He then walked off saying: "It's not the end of the world, Adam."

      Later Adam reached out to Naughty to try and clear the air – but couldn't help making a dig.

    • Louis Allwood

      Tyrone Dobbs kisses ex Fiz Stape at Christmas

      Fiz Stape enjoys a cheeky smooch with Tyrone Dobbs behind Phill Whittaker's back this Christmas.

      Fiz – played by Jennie McAlpine in the ITV soap – surprises ex Tyrone when she and the girls turns up to spend Christmas Day with him.

      Early in the week, Kevin lets slip how much Tyrone is dreading Christmas without his family.

      As Christmas Day approaches, Fiz is left feeling awful for Tyrone as she continues to plan her holiday with Phill.

      As Tyrone and Evelyn prepare their Christmas dinner for two, they’re interrupted by the arrival of Fiz with the girls.

      Tyrone’s thrilled to realise she cancelled the holiday, even if it does mean spending the day with Phill.

      Phill goes to visit him mum Mimi Whittaker- leaving Tyrone and Fiz to spend some time together with the girls.

      However, the mechanic decides it's the perfect time to try and rekindle his relationship with Fiz and leans in for an ill timed kiss.

      Could it be a Christmas miracle for Fiz and Tyrone?

    • Louis Allwood

      I'm a celeb includes tribute to Corrie legend

      Fans were left delighted last night after the show paid tribute to Coronation Street legend Betty Driver.

      Show bosses devised a game called Hotpot Hilarity for the Castle Coin Challenge and Corrie star Simon Gregson was tasked with playing it.

      Simon had to take orders for his hotpot takeaway – called Better Than Betty's – and catapult the correct ingredients over to former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin.

      The Challenge was seriously messy, with chopped liver and peas among the items flung across the room, but viewers loved the touching nod to late soap star Betty.

      Betty played Rovers Return Inn barmaid Betty Williams from 1969 until her death from pneumonia in 2011.

    • Louis Allwood

      Ant and Dec’s trial blunder as Simon Gregson suffered for no reason

      Fans were in hysterics as Ant and Dec bungled last night's trial – leaving soap star Simon Gregson looking for a star that wasn't there.

      The hosts, both 46, watched on as he kept scrabbling around in a barrel not realising he had already finished the task.

      Simon has retrieved the star from a foul barrel of fermented eggnog – but neither the hosts not the producers had cottoned on.

      Dec Donnelly told the Coronation Street actor: "Come on Si, don't give up now. Back in the eggnog Si."

      After plunging his face back into the gunge, he told the pair: "I've already got one out of here you know?"

      Ant roared: "Ah, have you? Well why didn't you tell us?"

      Simon raged, gesturing around him and all the recording equipment: "You've got cameras."

      He then submerged his face back into the foul brew leaving Dec insisting: "Simon stop. You've only got one."

    • Louis Allwood

      Corrie boss throws shade at EastEnders Christmas tradition

      Iain Macleod has thrown shade at rival soap EastEnders for going dark at Christmas – insisting the cobbles won’t be going down that route this year.

      The BBC soap is known for its dramatic and dark storylines with this year set to feature a terrorist bombing and a serial killer unmasking.

      But producer Iain teased an upbeat festive season on the cobbles with the “funniest fight” the soap has ever done.

      He said: “It’s quite jolly, actually.

      “Obviously there’s a tradition on some soaps of going really big and dark and kind of gothic at Christmas and we’ve occasionally dipped our toe in that water, but I think it’s fair to say this year is maybe more akin to a traditional Coronation Street Christmas. 

      “It’s very funny in places, it’s very silly, and it’s really heartwarming and joyous. 

      “There’s a really strong community vibe this year where actually we were able to film it at a time when there was a window of opportunity to do some stuff with actors didn’t have to be two meters apart all the time."

    • Louis Allwood

      Emmerdale star reveals ‘lifelong incurable illness’

      Chelsea Halfpenny has revealed her struggle after being diagnosed with a "lifelong incurable illness" eight years ago.

      The star – who plays Amy Wyatt – opened up about the "devastating blow" of being diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) when she in her early 20s.

      Chelsea, 30, took to Instagram to detail how she was diagnosed with incurable Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis – which together are known as IBD.

      Crohn's Disease is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system which leads to recurring diarrhoea, abdominal pain and cramping.

      While ulcerative colitis causes parts of the colon and rectum to become inflamed, and can cause swollen joints and skin, mouth ulcers and a high temperature.

      The autoimmune conditions cannot be cured and therefore sufferers have to manage symptoms with medication, diet and sometimes bowel surgery.

    • Louis Allwood

      Danny Miller steered clear of treats and even slept on floor when in quarantine

      Emmerdale’s Danny Miller insisted he steered clear of treats and even continued to sleep on the floor, much to the surprise of his co-stars.

      He said: “I decided to stick to the rice and beans because I got myself into that routine, it was hard but I didn’t want to undo all that work and starve my body again.”

    • Louis Allwood

      Tony Hatch was knighted at Windsor Castle

      Tony Hatch is the Emmerdale theme tune creator and was knighted at Windsor Castle by the Princess Royal last week.

      Hatch, 82, has had his compositions and songs have been featured in more than 100 films and countless TV productions while being performed by stars including Sir Paul McCartney, Frank Sinatra, Dolly Parton and Dame Shirley Bassey,

      The small screen heavyweight collected an OBE for services to music and charity – while other guests also included Blockbuster director Sam Mendes.

    • Louis Allwood

      Macmillan to work closely with EastEnders

      EastEnders will continue to work closely with Macmillan Cancer Support as the storyline unfolds over time to ensure a realistic cancer experience is portrayed.

      Dany Bell, Strategic Advisor for Treatment, Medicines, Genomics at Macmillan Cancer Support, added:“It’s brilliant to see EastEnders release this very important and poignant storyline. 

      “We hope it encourages people to become more aware of the signs of breast cancer, regularly check their own chests and reach out for help if needed. 

      “Macmillan is here to offer advice and support to anyone impacted by the storyline and we encourage anyone experiencing signs or symptoms of cancer to visit their GP.”

    • Louis Allwood

      Bev Callard claims Simon Gregson ‘was bullied on set’ of Corrie

      Beverley Callard has said Simon Gregson was bullied on the set of Coronation Street by “jealous” co-stars.

      The Steve McDonald actor infuriated his colleagues because he was “so good looking” and “got all the girls”.

      Beverley, who played his on-screen mum Liz, said on Loose Women that she supported Simon during his early years on the hit soap.

      She said: “All the girls fancied him so he was really bullied by the boys. There was a little bit of jealousy there from his peers.

      “We helped him, Charles who played Jim and I, we helped him with everything, absolutely everything.”

    • Louis Allwood

      Fans demand Aaron Dingle is recast

      Emmerdale fans have demanded that Aaron Dingle is recast after Danny Miller quit soap for I'm a Celebrity.

      Danny – who played Aaron Dingle on the ITV soap for 13 years – said an emotional farewell to the village earlier this week.

      ITV viewers were left heartbroken by Aaron's exit and have called for a new actor to take on the role.

      One fan wrote: "How soon before he is recast? Viewers are gonna hate the replacement if he shows up in the village next week or next year. But the sooner the better."

      Another begged bosses, writing: "Please recast Aaron! He's my favourite character on the soap."

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