What will Gary say?!
Secret lovers Sarah Platt and Adam Barlow could be exposed tonight in Coronation Street when Gary Windass bursts in.
Sarah has hooked up again with lawyer Adam - who left Weatherfield in February after being wrongly accused of having an affair with her behind the back of her then fiancé Gary - and the pair are set to get steamy this evening.
Poor Sarah desperately needs something fun in her life following the fall-out from Nick and David swiping Audrey’s inheritance.
“Sarah feels so betrayed by Nick,” says Tina O’Brien, who plays her. “David is quite remorseful but Sarah feels Nick has an attitude which she is hurt by. She never wants to see Nick or work in the factory with him.”
Sarah is stunned this evening when Adam says he’ll help with her mission to win control of the factory. He tells a delighted Sarah that he’s got Nick to agree that she can run the business.
Soon, one thing leads to another and the amorous couple kiss passionately and head to the bedroom…
But what they don't know is that Bethany has given Gary the keys to No.8 so that he can let himself in and cook Sarah a surprise meal!
Just as the pair get upstairs, Gary unlocks the frontdoor! A half-dressed Adam then frantically takes shelter in the kitchen, hoping Gary won’t find him.
Meanwhile, Sarah desperately tries to shove Gary out of the house without him working out what on earth’s going on.
Will the builder catch them out? Or is Sarah’s secret love safe for now?
Elsewhere, Robert is gutted when Michelle arrives for her date looking a million dollars. However Michelle’s date ends up not going entirely to plan…
Corrie continues tonight at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
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