EastEnders spoilers: Stacey Slater BEGS Kheerat after Suki threatens eviction; plus Coronation Street & Emmerdale latest

STACEY Slater begs Kheerat Panesar to help her after his mum Suki makes her family homeless next week in EastEnders

Stacey gets increasingly worried about her living situation in an upcoming episode of the hit show next week and needs help.

She turns to her son Kheerat (Jaz Singh Deol), but before she can even talk to him about what's on her mind, she receives a phone call and has to leave immediately.

For all the latest soap news, gossip and spoilers follow our live blog below…

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    Gemma Oaten reveals 'her darkest days in hospital' when she suffered from eating disorder

    Gemma Oaten has bravely spoken out about her darkest days in hospital.

    In an exclusive interview with the Sun, she described how staff used the ITV soap as a reward, only allowing her to watch it if she had made sufficient effort to eat.

    She said: “I nearly didn’t make it because of the eating disorder. I almost died four times. I spent a lot of my life in hospitals, eating disorder units and psychiatric units. My favourite TV shows got me through.

    “Some of these places were backwards in their approach. The psychiatric unit I was in when I was 11 was brutal.

    Her eating disorder caused Gemma to suffer a heart attack when she was just 18 years old

    “It was very much reward and punishment, so if I’d put on weight I’d be allowed to watch television. I’d watch Coronation Street and escape into it and have that little bit of fire inside me thinking, ‘I can beat this eating disorder — I can get better and go for my dreams’.

    “Eating disorders make you lose sight of a lot of things, but I still dared to dream that I’d be on Corrie one day.”

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    My eating disorder was so bad I was given 24 hours to live, says Corrie's Gemma Oaten

    In an exclusive interview, Gemma reveals she would not have made it without the support of her mentor and friend, Hollywood A-lister Sir Patrick Stewart.

    After recovering from her troubles which started at age ten and dogged her in her teens, Gemma wrote to the TV, stage and screen giant for advice.

    And for more than a decade, Star Trek’s Jean-Luc Picard has urged Gemma to be honest and open about her past, giving her the strength to succeed in acting, overcome her disorder and help other sufferers.

    Gemma, now 37, says: “He was instrumental in the decision to start speaking out. He said it was important to use our voices for good.

    “I wrote to him when I was a student, asking for any advice. He wrote back and we stayed in touch.

    “He invited me to see him on stage and I often send him links to my TV appearances. He writes back and says he’s proud to know me and that I’m an inspiration.

    “He’s such a good guy, with a great heart. His encouragement has been amazing.”

    Read more here.

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    Corrie's Jenny Connor shocked by beyond the grave bombshell from dead Johnny

    CORONATION Street actress Sally Ann Matthews has expressed her shock at co-star Richard Roland Hawley's dramatic death but says it was the perfect ending.

    Sally, who plays Jenny Connor in the long-running ITV soap opposite Richard who plays Johnny, was stunned by her fictional lover's death.

    Speaking in detail about his exit, the star said it was the best way the soap could have ended their love story.

    After the actress was asked by Inside Soap if she was pleased with how bosses killed off Johnny, she said yes.

    Without a thought, she said: "Oh God, yes!"

    Explaining, the star went on: "It told their love story and brought it full circle.

    "He gave her the opportunity to have a different life when she was just a cleaner in the factor, and he was her knight in shining armor 'till the very end."

    She added that she was pleased he didn't "leave in the back of a taxi".

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    Soap boss quits show

    EASTENDERS’ boss has quit the soap after three years to lead Casualty – with a new executive producer taking over.

    Jon Sen’s departure follows a slump in ratings for the BBC One soap.

    In an announcement by BBC Studios, Chris Clenshaw was confirmed as EastEnders’ new executive producer.

    It isn’t the first time Chris, who previously worked on Holby City, will have been involved in the Albert Square action.

    Read more here.

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    Emmerdale spoiler: Woolpack to burn down in Christmas nightmare

    EMMERDALE’S famous Woolpack pub is going to burn down in a Christmas horror.

    According to reports the beloved watering hole will be half destroyed in a fire and end up being boarded up for the festive season.

    It will be burnt out in a dramatic Christmas storyline, claims the Metro.

    The Sun exclusively revealed how actor Ben Richards has joined the cast as Gavin, an associate of Al Chapman.

    Viewers know Al is desperate to destroy the business so he can sell it and develop it into luxury apartments.

    Will he resort to drastic measures to get it done?

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    An insight into I’m a Celeb and EastEnders star’s life

    EASTENDERS legend Adam Woodyatt is one of the BBC’s highest-paid soap stars and has hung around in Walford longer than anyone else.

    The 53-year-old actor reportedly earns between £200,000 and £249,000 for his role as Ian Beale in the BBC soap – and raked in an extra £1.2 million during lockdown from his actor management firm.

    Not only that, his new firm Caledfwlch – which he set up ahead of his upcoming stint on I’m A Celebrity – has already banked another quarter of a million pounds.

    Adam has reportedly signed a six-figure sum to appear on the ITV reality show, set at Gwrych Castle, North Wales.

    Now we can reveal he’s set to earn millions when he quits EastEnders for good – all while his furious estranged wife Beverley, 56, struggles for cash.

    According to popular culture expert Nick Ede, Adam could make a killing from his I’m A Celeb appearance, as fans finally get to see the man behind Ian Beale.

    Adam’s life now is a world away from his childhood, much of which he spent hiding in his bedroom to avoid his father Brinley’s terrible moods.

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    Emmerdale spoilers: Bernice Blackstock makes a move on Will

    BERNICE Blackstock makes a move on Will Taylor when Kim Tate is away from the village next week in Emmerdale.

    The beautician – played by Samantha Giles on the ITV soap – has her eyes set on the former drug dealer (Dean Andrews).

    In upcoming episodes of the hit show, viewers will see Bernice try to impress Will with her cooking skills.

    The pair have got to know each other in recent weeks as they are both living at Home Farm.

    But when Will’s daughter Dawn (Olivia Bromley) suggests that it could be possible that Bernice fancies him, he doesn’t know how to act.

    While Will’s love interest Kim Tate (Claire King) is away, Bernice offers to cook Will a slap-up meal.

    Despite not wanting to sit down and have dinner with her, he agrees to it.

    When it gets closer to the day of their arranged date, Will comes up with an excuse to get out of it.

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    "They have only just returned to the set, and as Emmerdale is filmed six weeks in advance, that puts their return date in January.

    “It was a disappointment for the bosses and scriptwriters, who were planning for them to be a major part of Emmerdale’s Christmas storylines next month.

    “But they of course understood that the appropriate enquiries needed to be made.”

    Following the row, an Emmerdale spokeswoman said: “While we would never comment on individual cases, Emmerdale has robust policies in place to deal with any allegations that are brought to our attention and take the appropriate steps.

    “Neither actor has been suspended from Emmerdale.”

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    Asked about filming high-pressure scenes while pregnant, Anna said: “When you film scenes like that the cast, the crew, everybody, is being pushed. And they are pushing themselves too, because they want the work they are doing to be good.

    “When you’re filming special episodes people are tired and people are emotional, because they are working so hard.

    “Then they are doing stunts as well. I wasn’t aware of an argument because I wasn’t working with the cast involved, so I can’t comment on the specifics.

    “But I know that under those circumstances it wouldn’t take very much for people to get to that place.

    “That said, I’ve checked in with people on the show since who say things are good. And Matthew and Izzy are best mates, so I’m sure they will be supporting each other.”

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    Emmerdale’s Matthew Wolfenden and Isabel Hodgins may be off screen until 2022 after row

    EMMERDALE stars Matthew Wolfenden and Isabel Hodgins may not be back on our TV screens until January, show sources say.

    The pair – who play David Metcalfe and Victoria Sugden – have not appeared on the soap since October 28 following an on-set row among cast members in which they were involved.

    We exclusively reported on the bust-up last week.

    The actors have been absent from the set while bosses made enquiries into the incident – although they have both now returned to filming.

    Their unexpected absence was explained on screen on Thursday, when it was revealed that their characters had travelled to Portugal to visit Diane Sugden in her new home.

    The source said: “It is very unlikely that Matthew and Isabel will be back on screen before Christmas.

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    Emmerdale’s Anna Nightingale opens up about explosive on set row between Matthew Wolfenden and Isabel Hodgins

    EMMERDALE'S Anna Nightingale has opened up about an explosive on set row between two of the show's stars.

    Her revelation comes a week after we told how Emmerdale was rocked by an explosive row between cast members including Matthew Wolfenden and Isabel Hodgins.

    And Anna — whose character Andrea was killed off last month during Super Soap Week — told how filming the high-pressure scenes could have easily pushed some cast members to the edge.

    Matthew and Isabel had travelled to a waterfall at Tees Barrage water park in Stockton-on-Tees to film what was billed as one of the show’s biggest stunts.

    A source said: “A comment was made that unintentionally caused offence, and an argument broke out among some of the cast members.”

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    First look as Hollyoaks’ Gemma Atkinson returns 20yrs after first appearance

    GEMMA Atkinson has performed one of the greatest comebacks in soap – by returning to Hollyoaks two decades after she first joined.

    The actress, now a 36-year-old mum of one, shared a picture of her on the set as her character Lisa Hunter.

    Looking very different to her previous first day on the soap, Gemma posed alongside Zara Morgan star Kelly Condron.

    The actress joined Hollyoaks in 2001 but quit in 2006 to pursue other TV work, including playing Tamzin Bayle in Casualty and Emmerdale‘s Carly Hope.

    She also became a reality TV favourite, appearing on I’m A Celeb, Celebrity Masterchef, Soapstar Superstar and, in 2017, Strictly Come Dancing.

    Gemma now hosts a drivetime show on the Manchester-based Hits Radio.

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    Emmerdale’s Mark Jordon – without his trademark mop

    FORMER Emmerdale star Mark Jordon shocked followers when he appeared totally bald – without any of his trademark curls.

    But the 56-year-old actor, who was Daz Spencer on the soap as well as PC Phil Bellamy in Heartbeat, won praise for the new look.

    He shared a picture online writing: “Step too far!”

    Fans disagreed, writing: “You look way younger now” and “I think you suit it.”

    Another told him: “Wow how much younger do you look, it really suits you 😍😍.”

    Mark has a son called Jesse with his partner and Emmerdale star Laura Norton. He also has a 21-year-old daughter called Poppy from a previous relationship.

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    Explained: What’s Simon Gregson’s net worth?

    Simon is believed to have a net worth of around £1M.

    This is down to his role on Coronation Street.

    Simon’s salary for starring on the soap is believed to be £150K a year.

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    EastEnders’ Barbara Windsor left £4.6million to husband

    EASTENDERS icon Dame Barbara Windsor left £4.6million to husband Scott Mitchell in her will.

    National treasure Babs, who died of Alzheimer’s at age 83 last December, also left cash to good causes, relatives — and her on-screen sister.

    Babs also left £5,000 to sister-in-law Marsha Alexander and her husband Laurence, plus £2,000 each to cousins Leslie Larsen and Julie Elliot. 

    The rest of her £4.63million estate went to third husband Scott, 58, who she married in 2000. 

    The Sun revealed in March that he inherited the company she used for her TV pay, worth nearly £1million.

    Babs also left £1,000 each to seven charities — the NSPCC, Breast Cancer Care, Help The Aged, showbiz organisation Grand Order Of Lady Ratlings, National Osteoporisis Society, Headley Court wounded soldiers rehab centre and Age UK. 

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    EastEnders spoilers: Stacey Slater’s wife found drunk in a bar

    STACEY Slater certainly knows how to pick her partners in EastEnders.

    The cleaner – who is played by actress Lacey Turner in the BBC soap – was recently released from prison and returned home with a brand new wife.

    But after a doomed marriage with Martin Fowler, an affair with Max Branning, her new wife, though strictly platonic, is a violent drunk.

    And viewers watched last week as Jean brought in her son Sean to see Eve off.

    He convinced her to leave Stacey with her family and to take her chaos elsewhere, much to Stacey’s fury.

    Now next week Stacey will finally track Eve down – and it’s not good news.

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    Coronation Street spoilers: Kelly Neelan ends up on the streets

    KELLY Neelan ends up on the streets after being caught stealing Amy Barlow’s phone next week in Coronation Street.

    The troubled teen – played by Millie Gibson in the ITV soap – recently returned to the Cobbles after being released from prison.

    Kelly was behind bars for the brutal murder of Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni).

    However, Corey Brent (Maximus Evans) was recently found guilty of the crime.

    Since returning to Weatherfield, Kelly hasn’t had the easiest of rides as the Street have been less than welcoming towards her.

    She’s been accused of damaging the corner shop, and now things are about to get a whole lot worse.

    In an episode due to air next week, Kelly thinks that she’s got away with stealing Amy’s (Elle Mulvaney) phone until it goes off in her bag.

    Her foster dad Imran Habeeb (Charlie de Melo) is left fuming and tells her to get out of the house.

    Read more here.

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    Corrie cast at war with bosses 

    CORRIE bosses are facing a backlash after the soap’s stars were asked to help flog products for tiny fees.

    Producers have signed placement deals with the likes of Costa Coffee, Co-op and EE.

    A Costa shop opened on the cobbles three years ago, while hoardings advertising a new branch of phone firm EE in Weatherfield appeared in the summer.

    But further collaborations with the brands sees ITV chiefs expecting the cast to promote companies by incorporating branded snacks and drinks into scenes and getting actors to pose with them.

    Some are being offered just £100 a month to effectively give endorsements in front of millions of viewers.

    A source said: “It’s an absolute joke — it’s insulting.

    “Bosses are raking in tens of thousands for deals while they are getting the off-cuts.

    “Some can command much bigger fees to promote products away from the show.”

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    Is Lucy Fallon Married?

    It was reported in early 2020 that Fallon had split from boyfriend Tom Leech after a four year relationship.

    Fallon and Leech had been living together since 2017.

    During lockdown Fallon was interviewed by stylist Ryan Kay for his show, Talks with Ryan. When he asked her about her love life she said, “The love life. Wow that is the million dollar question I feel.”

    At the time she admitted to Kay that: “Love life is not really thriving I’m not going to lie. It’s quite dead really. But it’s fine. Everything happens for a reason.”

    But within just a few short months Fallon’s love life turned a corner when she moved in with Preston North End footballer Ryan Ledson, 24, whose home is described as a mansion.

    The couple are now Instagram official and have been spotted on holidays together.

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    Who is Lucy Fallon (continued…)

    The age difference between mother and daughter was just 13 years, since Sarah Platt had her daughter at the age of 13 following an ill-fated relationship.

    Speaking to the Sun in February 2017, Fallon addressed her sexual exploitation storyline.

    She said: “I’m sure some people will say scenes like this shouldn’t be on TV before the watershed. But it’s really important that it is, because we want young girls to watch.”

    She won two British Soap Awards in 2018, one for Best Female Dramatic Performance and the other for Best Actress.

    Fallon left Coronation Street in early 2020, announcing her decision to move away from the famous cobbles on Twitter.

    She said: “After the most incredible four years, I have made the extremely difficult decision to leave Coronation Street at the end of my contract in 2020.”

    In 2021, Fallon started filming TV series Tom Jones alongside Alun Armstrong, Pearl Mackie and Felicity Montague.

    The same year she took part in podcast Sour Hall.

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    Explained: All about Corrie star Lucy Fallon

    Lucy Fallon was born on November 13, 1995, in Blackpool, Lancashire.

    She was catapulted to stardom at the age of 19 when she was cast as 13-year-old Bethany Platt on the long running soap Coronation Street in 2015.

    Her screen mother was much loved Sarah Platt played by Tina O’Brien, and her screen grandmother was Corrie icon Gail Platt played by Helen Worth.

    Fallon landed the role of Bethany after actress Katie Redford, was fired after lying about her age.

    She later went on to star in TV soap Doctors.

    Fallon joined the soap when her character returned to The Street with her mother after the tearaway teenager was expelled from her school in Milan.

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    When does EastEnders return?

    The soap is on every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

    On Mondays and Fridays it is on at 8.05pm on BBC One.

    Then on Tuesday’s and Thursday it is on at 7.35pm.

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    EastEnders exit for Strictly

    STRICTLY star Rose Ayling-Ellis has left EastEnders to focus on her dancing with Giovanni Pernice.

    The actress shocked fans when character Frankie Lewis left Albert Square on Tuesday night.

    Rose – who plays Danny Dyer’s onscreen daughter – decided she needed a break from Walford after she was left fearing for her life last week.

    Viewers were left sobbing as Frankie said an emotional goodbye to her dad Mick Carter and departed in a taxi to go stay with a friend.

    “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.

    Read more here.

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    How to get the latest from Coronation Street

    Head to the following pages for all the latest from Weatherfield:

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

    EastEnders star looks unrecognisable in incredible throwback with Pat Sharpe

    AN EastEnders favourite has shared a throwback alongside TV star Pat Sharpe – and looks totally unrecognisable.

    Luisa Bradshaw-White, who is best known for playing Tina Carter in the BBC One soap, was pictured as a fresh-faced teen in the Instagram post.

    Smiling from ear to ear, Luisa, 46, looked beyond excited to be photographed side by side with Fun House host Pat Sharpe.

    The then teenage star had tied her hair up into a high ponytail with a red tartan scrunchie, and wore a blue denim jacket to meet the long-haired star.

    She smiled for the camera as DJ Pat, 59, placed a kiss on her forehead and wrapped an arm around Luisa in front of the camera.

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