Hollyoaks spoilers: Juliet Quinn shocks Brooke Hathaway with some bombshell news!
Juliet Quinn floors Brooke Hathaway with some news about her and Darren Osborne
Juliet Quinn’s crush on Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson) has got out of hand especially now she has started working for him at The Hutch.
When Brooke Hathaway (Talia Grant) spots the two of them chatting together and looking close, she starts to get suspicious but the real shock is saved for later.
When Juliet (Niamh Blackshaw) and Brooke meet up at The Bean, Juliet tells Brooke that she has a new boyfriend and the mystery man in question is Darren!
Brooke is stunned and doesn’t know what to believe especially when Juliet shows her the picture she took on her phone of her and Darren cuddled up together on the sofa.
Brooke is unaware Juliet actually took the snap when Darren was passed out drunk and believes Juliet when her friend announces that she and Darren are actually in love!
Elsewhere Lily McQueen (Lauren McQueen) gets some brilliant news: she’s been given a conditional offer to study medicine at Newcastle University. However Romeo Quinn (Owen Warner) is really worried when he realises she’s been self-harming again. Diane and Tony ask Farrah Maalik to come to the house to speak to Lily and try and help her but an upset Lily refuses to talk to her.
Meanwhile a friend of Martine’s (Kelle Bryan) hears about Scott Drinkwell's recent drag performance at the 80s party and wants to hire him for an event being planned at a nursing home! Will Scott (Ross Adams) agree to throw himself into it?
Plus following the new arrangement between Tom, Peri and Harley to have a three-way relationship, Peri (Ruby O'Donnell) comes up with a rota for her and Harley to share, ‘Tom Time’, but will it all end in tears?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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