Emmerdale spoilers: Kerry Wyatt hears a GUNSHOT!

Emmerdale spoilers, Kerry Wyatt
Kerry Wyatt is alarmed when she hears a gunshot coming from the direction of Butler's Farm on Emmerdale... (Image credit: ITV)

Kerry Wyatt (played by Laura Norton) has got a whole LOT of trouble on the homefront at the moment on Emmerdale (7:30pm - see our TV Guide for listings).

She is trying to convince family friend, Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland), to stick around in the village.

But Chloe can't face living in such close proximity to Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb), who she had a drunken one-night stand with.

To make matters worse, Chloe has now discovered she is PREGNANT!

She's ready to pack her bags and start over away from the village in Leeds.

As Kerry continues to try and stop Chloe from running away, the ladies are shocked to hear the crack of a gunshot sound from the direction of Butler's Farm!

But WHO has been shot?

WHAT will Kerry and Chloe discover at the scene?

In the meantime, what has happened in the aftermath of the barn showdown between Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Al Chapman (Michael Wildman)?

Cain went gunning for Al, after discovering the local businessman has been having an affair with Cain's married sister, Chas (Lucy Pargeter)!

Which won't be welcome news to Kerry either, who hoped she had finally found her Mr Right and previously popped the question to Al in the middle of The Woolpack!

Get ready for a whole lot of SHOCK drama on tonight's episode of the ITV soap...

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Chloe is pregnant after a one-night stand with Mackenzie on Emmerdale. (Image credit: ITV)

Emmerdale spoilers, Cain Dingle, Al Chapman

Cain threatened Al with a gun on yesterday's episode of Emmerdale... (Image credit: ITV)

READ MORE! Emmerdale star Michael Wildman on the reason why viewers like to hate his love cheat character, Al

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