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Emmerdale's Jamie Tate 'already back in village' as fans twig huge Clemmie twist
Emmerdale fans are sure that Jamie Tate could already be back in the village and determined to ruin his mum Kim’s life before her wedding to Will Taylor.The man himself became little more than a phantom when he faked his own death and headed off to live with his daughter Millie and mother-in-law Hazel, before tossing Hazel down the stairs and fleeing the country.Now Millie is back in the village with gran Kim, though it has been a decidedly rocky start – especially since Millie felt ousted by Dawn and Billy’s new foster daughter Clemmie Reed.READ MORE: Emmerdale star forced to up security after being victim of homophobic death threatJamie has so far only contacted Kim through the mail, though one Reddit user has hinted that Clemmie will take on a more “sinister” nature with Jamie skulking around the Dales.Convinced that Jamie has already returned, the Reddit user theorised that once Clemmie gets more “comfortable” with her new surroundings, she could show her “true colours”.Though Millie is currently back with her other gran Hazel, it's looking likely she could return, especially with Emmerdale's 50th anniversary looming.User AssociationLivid5822 penned: “What if Clemmie does something evil?“Millie has no idea what Clemmie is doing, but Clemmie frames Millie by planting the evidence on her and saying it was her.
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Emmerdale fans convinced Will Taylor will leave Kim Tate at altar
Emmerdale fans have predicted that loveable rogue Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) will abandon his fiancé Kim Tate (Claire King) at the altar after his daughter Dawn Fletcher (Olivia Bromley) turned down his wedding invite.During Wednesday’s (September 28) visit to the Dales, Kim and Will put in a final effort to convince his daughter to make it to their special day.The loving couple have been together for a number of years on the ITV soap, but recent tensions between the two have thrown them off balance just days before they exchange their vows.READ MORE: Emmerdale star forced to up security after being victim of homophobic death threatAnd it appears as though they weren’t the only ones who noticed something was off between the two, after Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) lent an ear to Kim at Home Farm.The blonde beauty explained: “I tried to apologise, but Dawn’s not interested – I'm still the bad guy”.Lydia remarked: “And Will’s torn between the two camps” before Kim corrected her: “Not so much torn as on Dawn’s side.”Luckily Kim’s pal convinced her that family issues happen all the time and things will soon work out when she talks to Dawn and Will again.For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.And it appears as though Kim isn’t the only one who is concerned about whether their wedding will go ahead after Will shared his concerns to his friend Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) who attempted him to persuade him not to go through with the ceremony.Harried explained: “I’m just worried that the damage is irreparable.
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Emmerdale Jamie Tate stars now - Amanda Holden link, 'retiring' and return rumours
Emmerdale tonight (September 13), when she finds out that her son Jamie Tate is alive.Although many of the dales residents believe that Jamie is dead following a car accident last year, viewers, as well as Gabby Thomas and Dawn and Will Taylor, all know that he is alive.With Kim's upcoming nuptials to Will taking place next month, how will this secret affect their relationship?READ NEXT: Inside Emmerdale Claire King's life - from marriage to on-screen son and steamy affairAnd will Jamie return for the wedding?As viewers wait to see what will happen next, Daily Star takes a look at where the actors who have played Jamie Tate are now.Two actors shared the role of baby Jamie Tate, following his birth in the soap in 1996.Jake Meays played Jamie for one year, before taking on the role of baby Alfie Goddard in beloved ITV drama Where The Heart Is, where his mum was played by Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.The role was alternated with Elliot Suckley, who also played baby Jamie for one year in the soap.However unlike Jake, this was Elliot's only credited acting role.According to the Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB), Jake Meays and Elliot Suckley have had no further credited roles and appear to have retired from acting.It is also not known where the two child stars are now, or what careers they have embarked upon since.Two more child actors took over the role of baby Jamie Tate in 1997, including Sam Silson.However, it is reported that Jamie is Sam Silson's only acting role, with the star appearing to have also retired from performing.Similarly, Oliver Carroll who shared the role with Sam appears to have retired from acting too, with Emmerdale his only TV credit.Like Jake Meays and Elliot Suckley before them, not much is
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Emmerdale DI Malone star now - famous ex, hair transplant rumours and family heartache
Emmerdale viewers will surely remember cold hearted, dodgy copper Detective Inspector Mark Malone who caused an onslaught of damage in the village before his untimely death.Playing the role of the crooked policeman in the long-running soap, actor Mark Edward Womack did a fantastic job gripping the nation with his dark and gritty portrayal.DI Mark's first appearance was on 5 March 2020 playing Harriet Finch's former colleague and boss of Will Taylor.READ MORE: Emmerdale's Rosie Bentham parades toned legs in skintight leggings for sizzling gym snapBut although he came to the village to investigate the shooting of Nate Robinson, things quickly turned sour when he blackmailed Will, Cain Dingle and Billy Fletcher into working for him.The copper's bad antics begin to spiral out of control and he was later killed by Dawn Taylor with Harriet's assistance.Now that he is no longer in the soap, Daily Star has taken a look at what he's up to now.During his time in Emmerdale, news emerged that Mark's marriage to EastEnders actress Samantha Womack was over but they were still living together.The former couple announced that they both decided to end their relationship in 2018 but were in "no rush" to change their family dynamic.Talking about her marriage to OK! Magazine, Samantha, who previously played Ronnie Mitchell in Albert Square said: "Our family home is big enough and we’re co-existing happily."There’s no rush to change things."But now feels like the right time to be honest and admit we’re no longer together."The former couple share two children together- Benjamin Thomas, and Lily Rose and Mark also has another son, Michael, from his first marriage to Mary Therese McGoldrick.Last year, reports claimed Samantha was dating
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Emmerdale Harriet star teases 'explosive' feud with Kim Tate after Will revelation
Emmerdale star Katherine Dow-Blyton has hinted that Harriet Finch is set to have an "explosive" feud with Kim Tate for the soap's 50th anniversary.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, Emmerdale Executive Producer Jane Hudson revealed that Harriet is set to declare her undying love for Will Taylor on the eve of his wedding to Kim Tate – but that Kim overhears.READ NEXT: Emmerdale backstage secrets - Plastic food, real graves, tributes and spelling errorsThe revelation is set to cause an "explosive" row between Harriet and Kim, with Jane saying: "Kim will also overhear Harriet declaring her undying love to Will, so obviously that will inspire a lot of fireworks. She's not very happy about that."Harriet actress Katherine added: "Harriet has once again got herself mixed up with men problems," saying: "She's getting wrapped up in Will's life a little too much than she should be, and that obviously has an impact on his upcoming nuptials."Declaring that Will was "Harriet's man first", Katherine said that her character has one last chance to be with Will before he marries Kim Tate."It's last chance saloon.
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Emmerdale fans work out baby Thomas paternity twist after surprising DNA results
Emmerdale fans believe they have worked out a major twist set to wreak havoc in the village after the discovery about Jamie Tate on the ITV soap.Just a few months ago, Jamie’s horrific fate after and presumed death was exposed to Gabby Thomas, who share baby son Thomas together after.However, fans know that Jamie faked his death in a tragic car accident back in September, and has done his been staying with his former mother-in-law Hazel and his daughter Millie ever since.In recent episodes, Will Taylor learnt that Jamie, the son of his partner Kim Tate, could still be alive somewhere and started to make some enquiries around the village.Although he still has no concrete proof of him being a live, Will secretly went on to hire an investigator to find him.On Thursday (June 9), PI Mike asked Will to do a DNA test in order to compare baby Thomas’ DNA to someone they had tracked down who looked strikingly similar to Jamie.The corrupt investigator charged £3,000 for the results only for him to reveal that the man they spotted couldn’t have been Jamie because they didn’t match the DNA of baby Thomas.But some viewers have been doing some digging into the gripping storyline, with many now believing that perhaps the DNA results proved more than they first thought.While most viewers suggested Mike was simply using Will for money, others suggested the possibility that Jamie may not be Thomas’ biological father after all.Although there was no suggestion as to who the alternative identity of the father could be, fans of the soap believe they are on to something as they swarmed to Twitter with their theories online.One user penned: “The DNA not matching doesn’t mean that it’s not Jamie Tate.
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Emmerdale’s Rosie Bentham pleads for co-star’s return as she hints at ‘a lot of drama!'
Emmerdale actress Rosie Bentham, 20, has expressed her hopes of seeing the return of fellow soap actor Alex Lincoln, 28, in an interview with Express.co.uk and other outlets. Rosie plays Gabby Thomas on the show, while Alex portrays the father of her child, Jamie Tate.While Jamie was presumed to be dead following a dreadful car accident, Gabby has since been given reason to believe the father of her son, Thomas Tate (Bertie Thomas Brotherton), is still alive. This month, viewers watched in fear as Gabby noticed a hooded figure lurking in the woods at Home Farm. We recently watched in horror as a paranoid Gabby went into the woods with a shotgun, shooting Will Taylor (Dean Andrews), after believing that a disguised Jamie was coming for her and their son.  Asked if she would like to see the character of Jamie return, Rosie confirmed: “Yeah, I think it’s kind of been left as a little like, ‘What's going to happen?’ and I think it'd be really good. “I'd love to see Alex back, you know, it’s good fun. “And it would be a lot of drama, which would be good, and he hasn't even met the baby yet. “So he needs to come back and be a dad,” she teased mysteriously. Speaking about the dramatic events that occurred during the infamous episode involving the shooting, Rosie shared: “Yeah, I was really excited about this week.
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Coronation Street Tim star unrecognisable in past role as BBC show set to return
Coronation Street star once appeared in the show?Eagle-eyed viewers will be able to spot Tim Metcalfe star Joe Duttine in series one of Life On Mars, where he played Malcolm Cox in episode five.Joe looks worlds away from his cobbles character in the episode, dressed in seventies clothing including a brown leather jacket, patterned shirt and high waisted jeans - along with long brown hair flowing to his shoulders.He plays a pivotal role in the episode, when DI Sam Tyler, DCI Gene Hunt and WPC Annie Cartwright go undercover in a pub, to try find the person behind a murder.Joe's character is one of the many pub goers to be questioned, and later becomes a suspect, eventually revealing that he and a friend were behind the crime following a police chase.He is not the only Coronation Street star to have appeared in the smash hit time travelling crime series however.In series two, Toyah Battersby actress Georgia Taylor played a make-up sales person called Denise Williams, who has become involved in swinger's parties - with the team going undercover at one of the parties to investigate another murder.If that wasn't enough, one of the leading characters was played by none other than Emmerdale Will Taylor actor Dean Andrews, who starred as DS Ray Carling in both Life On Mars and it's spin-off series Ashes To Ashes, which was based in the eighties.With the show looking set to return following the announcement that a pilot episode had been written, could Dean make a return to the series?He previously told The Express: "It seems to be something that is still ongoing.
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Emmerdale's Meena 'pregnant' as fans twig Liam affair twist amid Leyla's drug battle
Emmerdale's resident GP Liam Cavanagh could be in for another jolt of tragedy in his life, as fans reckon serial killer Meena Jutla is pregnant with his baby.Meena murdered Liam's only daughter Leanna last year by tossing her off the humpback bridge, leaving him distraught.And now he has tried to move on and look to the future with his wife Leyla, things have gone from bad to worse after Leyla's drug addiction was revealed - though Liam knows nothing about it.If Meena does return pregnant with Liam's baby - perhaps in time for the soap's 50th anniversary in October - it would surely push him over the edge, knowing his only chance at having another child is with the woman who took the life of his daughter. Taking to Twitter to air their theories, one fan penned: "Anyone else think Meena will return in October pregnant with Liam's baby ?? # Emmerdale." As another gushed: "Actually just seen someone suggest Meena could be pregnant with Liam’s baby… deffo a 50th anniversary worthy twist? We need more Emmerdale babies lol!"Other fans were quick to shoot the theory down, and are instead sure that a different character entirely could be expecting a baby.One fan insisted on social media: "No it's Kim Tate pregnant with Will Taylor's baby in Emmerdale 50th anniversary not Meena so no!"Fans previously theorised that Meena could become pregnant with prison guard Ian, who was in charge of transporting her to court before she was finally sent down.It has some anticipating a twist if Meena does eventually escape prison - and if a DNA twist is in store, it could give Meena some leverage over Liam.During Meena's trial, one fan tweeted: "Hope Meena doesn't end up pregnant from Ian the screw.
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Emmerdale's Jamie Tate's death could be exposed to Kim in unexpected Gabby twist
Emmerdale.Dales residents believe that Jamie died after his car crashed into a lake, but ex Gabby Thomas has recently discovered that he faked his own death - and is convinced that he is stalking her.After thinking she was being followed in the woods, Gabby turned and shot her gun - but tonight's Emmerdale episode revealed that the body in the woods was not Jamie at all.After the episode began with haunting music and footage of the village, Noah could be heard screaming for help, before the scenes flashed to Cain Dingle passed out in his car after a crash.Viewers then saw Gabby and Dawn Taylor standing over a body in the woods - with many left wondering who the victim was.The scenes then flashed back to the beginning of the story, with Gabby telling Dawn "I've shot Jamie, you need to come quick."As the friends rushed to the woods, they discovered a body that they thought was Jamie - only for Dawn to cry in horror that the body was not his - it was her father, Will Taylor.After making the horrifying discovery in the shock twist, Gabby begged Dawn not to call the police, saying: "You know, that I didn't know that it was Will, but if I get into trouble and go to prison, what happens to Thomas?"Will later received life-saving treatment from Dr Liam Cavanagh, but Gabby looked panicked as he told her that the incident needed to be reported to the police.However after Will defended her, saying "It's a genuine mistake.