Did you see the moment that everyone is talking about?
Last night’s Coronation Street saw the Platt family head off on a break, but as you can imagine, the holiday spirit didn’t last for long.
As well as drama following them to the holiday park in the form of barber trainee Natalie, Gail was beside herself with excitement when she spotted TV presenter Lorraine Kelly who was holidaying at same place.
Clearly a huge fan of Lorraine’s (who knew?!) Gail quickly changed into her best clothes despite the fact they were going for a walk through the woods to a boating lake.
But while they were there, Gail became convinced that she could see her TV idol also on a pedalo and got Sarah to peddle faster so they could catch up with her.
However, the moment that Gail came face-to-face with Lorraine wasn’t quite what she had hoped for when she accidentally shot her in the leg with an archery arrow!
Coronation Street fans thought it was hilarious, and have praised Lorraine for appearing on the soap…
But while Gail tried to console herself after shooting a national treasure in the leg, there was plenty more drama heading for the rest of her family.
Shona wasn’t happy about seeing Natalie turning up unannounced on their family holiday, and after seeing her in close conversation with David about the police warrant for the barber shop, her jealousy got the better of her and she ended their engagement.
David was devastated when Shona revealed she was only staying on the holiday for the sake of the kids. But is this really the end for the pair?
The drama is set to continue over the rest of the week as the soap airs its special 9pm episodes that will run alongside the Britain’s Got Talent live finals.
As David fights for his relationship with Shona, things are set to get even more complicated when the truth about Audrey’s missing money finally emerges after he confesses everything to his gran.
How will Audrey react to the news that her grandsons have completely betrayed her?
From Monday 27th May – Friday 31st Coronation Street will air at 9pm, between the Britain’s Got Talent live finals at 7.30pm and the results show at 9.30pm.
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