Amy Walsh and Michelle Hardwick tease a surprise new plot for the duo on Emmerdale (VIDEO)
Emmerdale star Amy Walsh and Michelle Hardwick are excited about upcoming developments which will see their characters Tracy and Vanessa on a surprising new storyline.
The duo spoke to What's on TV at the British Soap Awards and Amy said: "I just moved into their flat, with Carly as well, so there's some great moments played out in the storyline there..."
Michelle added: "[It's] three women and a baby and, obviously Vanessa's now a mum and she's trying to calm it down a bit, but then this one comes along and there's tequila shots all round and partying 'Woop!' It's where Vanessa used to be!"
She added: "There's going to be a lot more Vanessa and Tracy later on in the summer, which I don't think anyone is going to expect."
They were looking forward to a fun night at the soap awards, but Michelle said: "She makes me stay out, because I'm a bit of a nana and she'll be like that later, 'Come on Michelle, stay out!!'"
Amy said: "I'm up for it tonight!"
And with Emmerdale winning best soap, who knows what time the party ended!
Watch the interview with Amy Walsh and Michelle Hardwick, above."]
The British Soap Awards screen on ITV at 8pm on Sunday, May 29
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