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Emmerdale’s Marlon Dingle ‘died in Rhona’s arms’ as fans twig huge wedding tragedy
Emmerdale fans are certain Marlon Dingle has died in a huge twist after his wedding to Rhona Goskirk.Marlon exchanged vows with the love of his life and mother of his child in an emotional ceremony on Thursday (August 11), which saw him finally able to walk after suffering a stroke.He’d been planning to surprise his fiancée after gruelling physio sessions, but battled a last-minute setback when his blood pressure skyrocketed and he was rushed to hospital. READ MORE: Emmerdale Cain Dingle star Jeff Hordley 'saddened' as co-star's exit date confirmed Thankfully he made it back in time to greet Rhona at the altar, and the pair happily exchanged their vows with the village’s eyes on them, before retiring home where Marlon rested his head on Rhona.But some fans are concerned that he took his last breaths in the poignant come-down from the wedding.Taking to Facebook, one worried fan penned: “So scared that Marlon has now died in Rhona’s arms!” with a crying emoji.Another agreed: “I was thinking the same thing,” as a third said: “I was thinking that… he’s supposed to be leaving, or so I read.”“Hope Marlon ain’t just died!” someone else posted, while another social media user fretted: “Just finished watching… Marlon’s just asleep, isn’t he? Not dead!”However, others are certain they caught the Dingle breathing, as one theorised: “He has just had a stroke and that was a busy day for a healthy person.
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Emmerdale Cain Dingle star opens up on devastating exit as 50th anniversary takes victim
Emmerdale Cain Dingle actor Jeff Hordley has teased that viewers will be saying goodbye to a major character during the soap's 50th anniversary celebration.The ITV soap, which began in 1972, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a whole month of stories this October, which bosses said will "make you laugh, make you cry, make you surprised and stunts that are going to rock your world."Speaking exclusively to Daily Star and other press, Jeff has revealed that his character Cain will have a huge role to play as viewers say goodbye to fan favourite Faith Dingle - following her diagnosis with terminal cancer.READ NEXT: Emmerdale backstage secrets - Plastic food, real graves, tributes and spelling errorsHe said: "My character is involved in the Faith storyline, so there's all this going on. "I'm personally saddened to be losing the brilliant Sally Dexter, but it will give us some great stories going forward."Speaking about the storyline, which has seen Faith receive palliative treatment in recent weeks, Executive Producer Jane Hudson added: "The Faith story, which is such an emotional, heartbreaking story, is going to be huge across our 50th."I think everyone involved in that story is pulling out some of the most spectacular performances I have seen in soap for a long time."She also explained that the Faith's death will also open the month of episodes that mark Emmerdale's 50th anniversary."As we start the month, we will be focusing on our Faith storyline, which is a huge storyline for us at the moment.
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Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley says he's 'so upset' to lose co-star in tragic scenes
Emmerdale actor Jeff Hordley has admitted to feeling "so upset" to losie his co-star Sally Dexter who will sadly pass away in upcoming scenes.Appearing on ITV's Lorraine on Tuesday (July 5), Jeff who is well known for playing the role of Cain Dingle, told presenter Lorraine Kelly that it will be a massive loss when Sally leaves the show.Talking openly, he also told the host that he is "mesmerised" by actress Sally who plays his mother Faith Dingle who currently has terminal cancer.READ MORE: Emmerdale fans predict Chas will give Paddy an STI in twisted love affairTalking about the upcoming Emmerdale scenes, Lorraine said it will be very "emotional".Jeff replied: "I'm so upset about loosing Sally Dexter though."There's a few actors that have come to the show that when they come on set, you can' take your eyes off them and what they do."We were doing something just last night and I was just mesmerised watching her, she's so good and she's such a joy to work with. Such a great human being and I'm so sad to be losing her."Seeing his heartfelt chat, fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts with one person writing: "Loved Jeff's interview."Cain and Faith's relationship in the show has been turbulent to say the least.Despite knowing that her mother has cancer, Cain has continued to show no remorse and has been overtly cold in his approach towards her.But Faith, who is rapidly deteriorating his desperate to mend their broken relationship before its too late.With his sister Chas on his case, Cain will soon reveal the reason why he has become so frosty towards his mother due to abandonment issues he faced with her as a child.
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Emmerdale’s Jeff Hordley addresses behind the scenes ‘trouble’ amid hectic schedule
ITV’s hit show Emmerdale.The soap star spoke to about how his hectic filming schedule can sometimes cause him “trouble” when it comes to being able to actually watch the show.Speaking about one recent scene involving a car crash, Jeff described how the show gets put together.“We had fun shooting it,” he recalled, going on to praise the team behind the camera.“We've got a fantastic director called Suri (Krishnamma) who's just the most fun and a very creative director on the show.“So, you know, I'm really intrigued to see what he does with the episode because it was written in a nice style with flash forwards and stuff like that.“And then there's plenty happening in the episode so it'll be really interesting to see what the finished product is,” he said, referring to the episode that saw Cain behind the wheel two weeks ago.Further on in the interview, Cain was asked if he would be looking forward to watching himself back in the dramatic car scene.“Yeah, I mean, as long as I'm not working,” he admitted.“I mean, that's the trouble - sometimes if you're still on set, you never really get to see when it goes out.“But yeah, there'll be some way shape or form. I'll catch up upon it.”Michael was also quizzed on what it was like to play out a rivalry with Al Chapman, who is portrayed by Michael Wildman.“It's been great fun,” he said in reference to his co-star.