Emmerdale spoilers! Bernice Blackstock gets BOTOX and is rushed to hospital!

Bernice Blackstock gets Kerry to inject her with some Botox she's bought online and has to be rushed into hospital when she suffers an allergic reaction

At the salon, on a quest to stay looking youthful, Bernice Blackstock (Sam Giles) gets Kerry (Laura Norton) to inject Botox into her face!

Kerry injects Bernice with some Botox the salon owner has bought off the internet

Kerry injects Bernice with some Botox the salon owner has bought off the internet

But Bernice, who's just turned 50, lives to regret her vanity when she suffers an allergic reaction and has to be rushed to hospital…

When Bernice's boyfriend Liam (Jonny McPherson), who's a doctor, arrives on the scene he can't believe Bernice and Kerry's stupidity. As Bernice's loved ones pitch up to keep vigil, they reel in shock as they're told Bernice's facial paralysis could be permanent.

At Butler's, Moira Dingle (Natalie J Robb) is going out of her mind with worry about her husband Cain who seems to have vanished into thin air. When Cain (Jeff Hordley) finally appears, his wife is horrified as he falls through the door all bloodied and bruised having been beaten up by Isaac and co. Will he tell Moira what happened when he went to confront her son Matty's attackers?

Harriet (Katherine Dow Blyton) is pleased when Dawn tells her she's going to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, and Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) insists her girlfriend Vanessa (Michelle Hardwick) tells her what knows about her son Ryan.



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