Emmerdale spoilers: Rhona Goskirk confronts desperate Dawn over THAT kiss!

Emmerdale, Rhona Goskirk, Pete Barton, Dawn

Rhona is not best pleased when she hears how Dawn tried to kiss her fella Pete. But there's a nasty scuffle when Rhona confronts Dawn...

Rhona Goskirk and her boyfriend Pete Barton have been doing their best to help down-and-out Dawn since they found the prostitute sleeping rough in the shed at the village Community Garden.

So Rhona is not best pleased when a guilty Pete admits Dawn got the wrong idea when he offered to let her stay with them for a while and kissed him!

Wanting an explanation from Dawn about her behaviour, Rhona confronts their houseguest. Dawn is mortified over planting a smacker on Pete. But when she tries to leave and Rhona blocks her way, Dawn panics and shoves Rhona over and she hits her head...

Will Rhona be OK? And will Dawn's stay in the village be super short-lived?

Making a break for it, Dawn is about to do a runner when she collides with village vicar Harriet Finch.

But why is there a shocked look of recognition on Harriet's face when she sees Dawn. Could the pair share a secret past connection?

Elsewhere in the village, Jessie Grant and her son Ellis are making secret plans involving the prison release of her other son, Billy. But will Jessie share her plans with boyfriend Marlon Dingle?

Emmerdale, Vanessa Woodfield, Charity Dingle

Charity's excited when her girlfriend Vanessa agrees to move in with her. (Picture: ITV)

Charity Dingle and her girlfriend Vanessa Woodfield take the next step in their relationship after Vanessa agrees to move into The Woolpack with pub landlady Charity.

But things aren't looking good for Debbie Dingle, as the day of her court case approaches and the possibility she could be sent to prison for arranging the shock acid attack which accidentally left her ex-boyfriend Ross Barton badly scarred...

First Emmerdale episode tonight. Second follows at 8pm.

Simon Timblick

Simon has long been a fan of soap operas, and especially loves OVER-THE-TOP plots involving evil twins, hair-pulling catfights and natural disasters.

Anyone remember the Sunset Beach earthquake/tidal wave?

Or when Krystle Carrington got locked in the attic and replaced by look-a-like Rita in Dynasty?!

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