Coronation Street spoilers: Is the soap about to get a new serial killer?

This could definitely be the start of something sinister...

Coronation Street spoilers

by Hannah Mellin |
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We’re about to embark on one of the most emotionally charged weeks on the cobbles – as we bid farewell to Kylie Platt - but are some even more shocking twists coming our way?

Kylie (Paula Lane) is to be killed off later this week in scenes that have been kept extremely hush hush. However, Helen Worth (who plays Gail Rodwell has teased that maybe it’s her character that kills Kylie.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, she said:

"I do know that this was amazing. I was there!

"Well, you know, maybe I just didn't want them to go to Barbados. So maybe it was me! Who knows?"

Later in the interview, she added: "I have motive".

Unlikey, we know.

Back in the studio, it was clear that Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan was totally convinced by Gail theory.

He joked: "I reckon Gail looks a bit suspicious there. She's always had that look of a mad axewoman about her. It's Gail, at the back of The Rovers, with a large machete!"

BUT, because NO ONE knows how Kylie is going to meet her maker, our imaginations are allowed to run free – could it be bloodthirsty murder, sudden death or a health scare?

Could we see Corrie getting a brand new serial killer? It could be possible...

Kylie's on-screen husband Jack recently revealed on This Morning that the cast couldn't stop crying whilst filming Kylie's final scenes: "They did tell me actually when the scripts were coming out, they're very harrowing, the scenes and they're very emotional."

Coronation Street spoilers

And even though he was unable to say how exactly Kylie dies on the street, he did say:

"I've never read any scenes before and cried, and as I was reading them I was crying.

"I couldn't stop crying."

**Kylie's death will be screened on Friday. **


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