Emmerdale spoilers: Nell makes DRAMATIC exit as lies are exposed

EMMERDALE star Scarlett Archer makes a dramatic exit from the soap next week.

Nell Fairfax in Emmerdale

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EMMERDALE: Nell Fairfax has been exposed as a sick faker

Emmerdale

Her character Nell Fairfax has been exposed as a sick faker.

Last night it was revealed she had lied about every aspect of her life pretending to be a druggie, faking a pregnancy and claiming she had a dead daughter.

All her scheming was to get her claws into Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson).

But last night he uncovered the truth. And this will lead to her explosive departure from the soap.


“We do find out why she’s done all this and the audience are going to be shocked”

Nell Fairfax

Actress Scarlett warned: “We do find out why she’s done all this and the audience are going to be shocked.

“There are a couple more big twists to come. It’s very dark. She’s completely crazy and seriously troubled – people had better watch out! Nell’s a deeply troubled person.”

Scarlett admits it had been tough keeping her explosive storyline a secret.

But she added: “I hope fans will understand why she’s done all this but if they are really angry then I’ve done my job properly!”

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The Last Post

Call The Midwife star Jessica Raine is swapping babies and bibles for sex and swearing in a new autumn BBC drama.

The actress will be known to millions as former TV midwife Jenny Lee but is taking a starring role in The Last Post.

She plays Alison Laithwaite – the frisky, boozing, swearing wife of a lieutenant on a Royal Military Police base in Aden, Yemen, in 1965 who has a fling with the unit’s captain.

Writer Peter Moffat said of Jessica opting for the role: “I think this was new for her.

“She was delighted to play someone dissolute and difficult rather than fresh and fragrant.”

The Last Post
BBC

NAPPY TO NAVY: Jessica Raine’s new role

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Telly briefs

Jack Dee’s new ITV sitcom Bad Move – about a couple who mistakenly think it will be a good idea to move from the city to the countryside – launches on September 20.

West End legend Michael Crawford will train celebs Lucy Fallon, Michael Parr, Tony Robinson and Denise Lewis to perform in an ITV Christmas special, All Star Musicals.




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