Scott Drinkwell gets dressed up to perform in The Dog but his act fails to impress doctor Levi Rochester
Scott Drinkwell (Ross Adams) dazzles at The Dog after getting dressed up in drag and agreeing to perform with Liberty Savage (Abi Phillips).
Earlier on, Liberty tells her fiancé Sami Maalik (Rishi Nair) that she has a special surprise for him. She reveals that she has asked Scott to perform with her.
Liberty is excited as she gets ready to take to the stage in The Dog but is deflated when Sami is a no show.
Liberty, who has recently started to suspect that Sami is still in love with his ex, Sinead O’Connor (Stephanie Davies), sings a love song for Sami but her suspicions about her fiancé could be right.
Rather than turn up at The Dog to support Liberty, Sami is with Sinead!
Cleo McQueen (Nadine Mulkerrin) her boyfriend, Mitchell Deveraux (Imran Adams) and Mitchell’s doctor colleague Levi Rochester (Cerith Flinn) go along to The Dog to watch Liberty and Scott.
However doctor Levi is offended when he thinks Cleo and Mitchell have only invited him along to a drag show because he is gay.
Meanwhile, following the almighty fallout at Hollyoaks High earlier in the week, and the public accusations against Deputy Head, Laurie Shelby (Kyle Pryor), teacher Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) decides she needs to tell the pupils exactly what has been going on. How will the kids respond to her version of events?
Elsewhere Sylver McQueen (David Tag) tells his wife Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) that her step-son Max Owen (son of Mercedes’ murdered hubby Russ Owen) is going to call them later on.
Mercedes, who has been missing Max, is delighted, but is she going to be able to keep her spiralling behaviour in check or will she once again put her dependency on drugs, before her kids?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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