Hollyoaks hint we might not have seen the last of Jamie Lomas as Warren Fox

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Hollyoaks hints that there might be more to come from Jamie Lomas as Warren and might he return one day?

Hollyoaks has strongly hinted that there might be more to come from Jamie Lomas as bad boy Warren Fox in the C4 soap - what will be his next move after being told he can't see his new twins!

Viewers have been left distraught as Warren had to say a tearful farewell to his twins Sophie and Sebastian after being told by Sienna (played by Anna Passey) she didn't want him to be their father after he'd held her hostage - you can see her point!

Sienna told Warren: "You're not going to be Sophie and Sebastian's father. They're going to grow up not knowing who you are".

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Hollyoaks teased on twitter: "But is this the last we will see of Foxy? Perhaps not, with the recent revelation about Joel.."

After more than a decade on and off the show, Jamie Lomas, whose younger sister is Emmerdale actress Charley Webb, is a firm fan favourite and people expressed hope that he might one day come back.

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"Warren is great! Hope he comes back tho. great actor," said one. Although some were keen to see the back of Warren...

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"I was getting fed [up] of him and his tantrums," said one viewer. Meanwhile, The Sun has reported that Jamie will be off to Australia for the new series of I'm A Celebrity... Ge Me Out of Here!

A source told the paper: “Jamie is a good-looking single guy so they are hoping sparks will fly with one of the single girls in the camp,”

Jamie once told us: “Warren wants a happy family life with Sienna, but trouble follows him. It’s not going to be an easy journey for him."

Well, it wasn't easy but it was certainly dramatic!

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