Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) will make sure that her wedding day is one to remember for all the wrong reasons in tomorrow night's episodes (January 21), having discovered that Tyrone is having an affair with his loyal ally Fiz Stape.
On Friday, viewers saw Kirsty left devastated as she found Tyrone's secret phone, which contained evidence of his infidelity and his plan to leave her once he has parental rights over their baby daughter Ruby.
As teased in the picture below, Kirsty won't take this news lying down - and fans can be certain that she has revenge in mind after inviting Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) to the church…
It's clear that Kirsty is ready for a wedding day showdown, but exactly what she has in store for Tyrone (Alan Halsall) will be kept under wraps until the episodes air.
Desperate for the wedding to go ahead so that he can be happy with Fiz and Ruby, will Tyrone be able to convince Kirsty that she is the woman he really loves? Or will the ceremony be called off?
Whatever happens on the day, fans can expect much more drama for the couple in the weeks to come, as show chiefs have confirmed that a vengeful Kirsty formally accuses Tyrone of domestic violence - leaving him facing trial and fighting to clear his name…
Coronation Street airs Kirsty and Tyrone's wedding on Monday, January 21 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
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Over on Hollyoaks, Ste Hay and Brendan Brady are in for a surprise when Doug Carter arrives back in the village.
Doug (PJ Brennan) jetted off home to America late last year after realising that he had to let go of his relationship with Ste, but surprisingly, he seems happier than ever upon his return. Is Doug over Ste?
Doug's return isn't the only thing that Brendan (Emmett Scanlan) has to deal with, as he is still struggling to cope with his abusive father Seamus's presence in the village.
Unable to control his anger, Brendan loses his temper when Liam accidentally smashes Leah's school project. He also finds himself in an argument with Mitzeee at Chez Chez, which leads to a shock confession from Brendan about his childhood abuse.
Later, when Mitzeee is interviewing for new barmen at the club, a ruthless Brendan gets rid of every candidate apart from newcomer Kevin (Elliot Balchin).
Pictured: Elliot Balchin as Kevin.
It looks like Kevin has landed himself the job - but as he later spies on Brendan and Ste from afar and reports back to someone, it seems that he may have an ulterior motive for being in the village.
Things are looking up for Brendan when he makes the big decision to live with Ste, but does Kevin's arrival mean that more trouble is brewing for the Irishman?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 29 and Wednesday, January 30 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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Coming up on EastEnders, all hell breaks loose as Whitney Dean's kiss with Joey Branning comes to light.
The drama begins when Whitney (Shona McGarty) doesn't seem entirely comfortable over Joey and Lauren's relationship, which doesn't go unnoticed by Joey.
Joey (David Witts) wastes little time before issuing a threat to Whitney - he'll tell Tyler about their secret snog if she doesn't stop looking down her nose at them.
Fearful that the truth will emerge and needing some guidance, Whitney confides in Bianca, who advises her to just keep quiet and avoid aggravation.
When Whitney ignores this advice and decides to tell Tyler (Tony Discipline) the truth, the revelation leaves her boyfriend furious.
Soon afterwards, Tyler flies at Joey in The Vic until Alfie pulls the pair apart. How will Tyler feel now that Whitney's secret is out?
EastEnders airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 29 at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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Meanwhile, Emmerdale's Belle Dingle will leave parents Zak and Lisa concerned as her love life seems to be developing quickly.
Belle (Eden Taylor-Draper) is pleased to be dating Luke, but can't help but feel pressured to progress their relationship as he makes it clear that he wants some alone time with her.
Eager to please her boyfriend, Belle tells Luke that she has an empty house - but alarm bells ring for Debbie when she sees the pair heading inside the Dingles' together.
Debbie is quick to warn Lisa (Jane Cox) of what might be going on, so Lisa rushes over there and is shocked to find Belle kissing and canoodling with Luke on the sofa.
A no-nonsense Lisa drags Luke out of the house and tells him not to come back, but Belle is humiliated by her actions. Will she forgive Lisa for this?
Emmerdale airs these scenes on Tuesday, January 29 at 7pm on ITV.
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Over on Doctors, Jeff Rawle makes a guest appearance on the daytime soap as he takes on the role of Rory, a road sweeper with something to hide.
The actor, best known to soap fans as Chester serial killer Silas Blissett, will appear in an episode titled 'Men At Work' on January 28.
Rory has always had a strong friendship with fellow road sweeper Dave, but lately Rory has stopped going to darts night and seems to be behaving strangely.
Show bosses have teased that Rory is hiding a "life-changing secret", and Dave thinks he knows what this might be when his old friend's bag tips over to reveal a wig and make up inside.
Dave assures Rory that he'll stand by him if he wants to be a transvestite, but Rory is stunned. Has Dave got the wrong end of the stick, and is Rory's secret something else altogether?
Doctors airs these scenes on Monday, January 28 at 1.45pm on BBC One.
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Hollyoaks was the winner of our storyline poll last week as 42.9% of you chose Mercy's indecent proposal as the best plot.
EastEnders took second place with 33.8% for the latest Kirsty dramas, while Coronation Street was third with 11.7% for the arrival of Faye's real father.
Emmerdale was fourth with 10.0% for Dom discovering Debbie's scam, while Doctors was fifth with 1.6% for Heston's date dilemma.
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