Coronation Street spoilers: Daisy Midgeley tells Alya Nazir she spent the night with her boyfriend Ryan Connor

DAISY Midgeley tells Alya Nazir she spent the night with her boyfriend Ryan Connor as her sick game escalates. 

Daisy – Charlotte Jordan – will set her sights on Ryan this week and offer to help him pursue his dream of becoming a DJ.

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When one of Ryan’s gigs is cancelled, Daisy plies him with cocktails and makes a move.

In scenes set to air next week, Ryan will wake up in Daisy’s bed and beg her to keep quiet about him staying over. 

But later, Daisy spots Alya and loudly tells Ryan she’s not happy about his lies when the truth is he stayed in her bed.

It all kicks off and Alya wastes little time in dumping Ryan.

Later, Jenny finds Ryan in Victoria Garden and offers him a bed at the Rovers.

When Daisy is thrilled Ryan is coming to stay at the pub, Jenny accuses her of scheming to break up Alya and Ryan, but Daisy turns on the tears and rushes off.

Actress Charlotte recently hinted that Daisy would become a fully-fledged soap villain in the coming weeks. 

Daisy has already caused trouble by trying to split up Jenny and Johnny while he was in prison.

She also tried to blackmail Ronnie Bailey into helping her out with her makeup business after discovering he’d had a one-night stand with Jenny.

But Daisy is about to show an even darker side, the Corrie star recently told "Well, this is the thing – I've had discussions with the script editors, storyliners and producers because I think that's still quite up in the air.

"I think they're still deciding just how dark can we make her. So the honest answer is I don't really know!

"I'm trying to leave options when I'm working for her to be more humane, and I'm trying to leave options for her to maybe be totally psychotic. So I don't really know at the moment,” Charlotte added.

"Right now she's a bit of a troublemaker, she's a bit minxy and she's got a bit of a backstory behind it. I'm getting to play all sides of the spectrum, which is lovely."

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