Deciding that she definitely doesn't want to go through with the wedding, Carla has consultations with her solicitor and is advised to make the split as amicable as possible because Frank could make life very difficult when it comes to the business.
On the eve of the wedding, Carla finally goes through with her plan - blaming herself for the sorry mess but making it clear to Frank that the ceremony is off.
When Carla adds that a clean break would be for the best because she can't return his love, how will Frank react?
Carla's confession marks the beginning of a long journey ahead for the businesswoman as her tragic rape storyline with Frank begins.
These scenes air on Monday, September 19 at 7.30pm on ITV1.
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> Coronation Street rape plot aftermath revealed
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> Coronation Street Sally 'to feature in dark Frank storyline'
> Coronation Street star: 'I'm absolutely drained'
> Coronation Street star Andrew Lancel: 'Rape storyline was hard to get over'
> Coronation Street Michelle 'to take on Frank Foster'
Over on EastEnders, Darren's friends band together to make his stag celebrations a night to remember, while his brother Mickey makes a surprise return for the occasion.
As things get rowdy at the party, the boys cheekily ask Mandy to put her experience to good use by stripping for them, and she happily obliges until Alfie steps in to stop her.
At the same time, Jodie, Poppy and the girls head over to the R&R for the hen night, which includes karaoke and cocktails.
The next day, Poppy helps an excited Jodie to get ready for her upcoming wedding and the bride-to-be looks beautiful. However, with Darren guilt-ridden following a drunken encounter with Lauren, will the day go as planned?
An EastEnders insider commented: "Jodie is really excited about getting married and even cuts her hen do short so she can go to see Darren!
"The boys are determined to throw Darren a great stag party, but he is more concerned that Jodie doesn't find out the secret that could cause her to call the whole thing off…"
These scenes air on Monday, September 19 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
> Vanessa and Darren to leave EastEnders
> EastEnders return for Joe Swash
> EastEnders Darren Miller's exit storyline revealed
> Read more EastEnders spoilers and news
Coming up in Emmerdale, the strained relationship between Jimmy and Nicola King takes an unexpected turn just as a divorce for the estranged couple seems certain.
The pair's battles become increasingly petty later this month as Jimmy decides to celebrate his split and invites Katie and Gennie along to join him. At the same time, Nicola tries to make Jimmy jealous by flirting with Nicky at The Woolpack.
However, when Sam enters the pub and informs Nicola that there's kids hanging around the front of Home Farm, duty calls as she goes off to investigate.
Worried that Nicola could be heading into danger, Jimmy follows her to Home Farm to check that she's okay - but emotions run high when she feels that he's interfering.
In a twist, though, the pair's row proves short-lived as it becomes clear that they still have feelings for each other and begin kissing passionately…
These scenes air on Monday, September 19 at 7pm on ITV1.
> Read more Emmerdale spoilers and news
Meanwhile, Hollyoaks couple Rhys Ashworth and Jacqui McQueen are thrown into fresh turmoil in the days ahead as Gilly Roach makes a shock return to the village.
Gilly's return comes just as things are looking rosier than ever for the couple. Rhys feels particularly proud of Jacqui as she becomes a surprise ally for Lynsey Nolan, who has no-one else to turn to amid her dangerous feud with serial killer Silas.
In a huge turning point for Jacqui, she sleeps with Rhys for the first time since her rape ordeal. However, her world is rocked when Gilly makes his comeback.
Jacqui initially tries to put on a brave face over Gilly's presence in the village, but when she meets with her counsellor and has a hysterical outburst, it's clear that she's not coping at all…
Gilly's return allows show bosses to resolve the rape storyline, which has been running since February.
These scenes air on Thursday, September 22 and Friday, September 23 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
> Hollyoaks star reveals Jacqui plot future
> Hollyoaks' Andrew Moss promises Gilly return drama
> Read more Hollyoaks spoilers and news
Hollyoaks was the winner of our poll last week as Silas and Lynsey's showdown in the woods pulled in 66% of the vote.
Coronation Street came second with 24.7% for Tracy and Steve's baby dilemma, while Emmerdale took the remaining 9.3% for Alicia and Andy's break-up.
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