Hollyoaks shooting details confirmed as Summer goes out for revenge


Hollyoaks spoilers follow.Hollyoaks has confirmed the details of a shock shooting storyline airing next week.The Channel 4 soap had previously teased that newcomer Summer Ranger (Rhiannon Clements)

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The Channel 4 soap had previously teased that newcomer Summer Ranger (Rhiannon Clements) is one to watch, as she finds Grace Black’s hidden gun and goes out for revenge in must-see episodes.

With the big storyline getting closer, Hollyoaks has now revealed that Summer will shoot Sienna Blake (Anna Passey) in dramatic scenes.

Viewers will have to tune in next week to see exactly how the high-stakes plot unfolds and whether Sienna survives or not.

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As we’ve already revealed, Summer is in for a tough time over the next few days as she continues to investigate the attack that left her father Cormac in a coma.

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Hollyoaks shooting details confirmed as Summer goes out for revenge

Felix Westwood (Richard Blackwood) steps in by explaining what Cormac put him through when he was a child, but it’s unclear whether Summer will believe him or not.

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Summer is full of rage as she sees them talking, so when she heads back to Grace’s flat and finds her hidden gun, an alarming turn of events unfolds and ends with her shooting Sienna.

Hollyoaks airs these scenes on Tuesday, February 23 at 7pm on E4 and Wednesday, February 24 at 6.30pm on Channel 4.

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All the cases are imported and have been placed on Stay-Home Notice since their arrival in Singapore, said MOH in a news release.

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Boris Johnson called for someone to shoot his dog Dilyn, after the Jack Russell chewed priceless books and furniture at Chequers and landed the Prime Minister with a four-figure bill, it has been claimed. Downing Street has remained tight-lipped about claims the mischievous dog had chewed chair legs, mounted valuable artefacts and urinated on carpets in Mr Johnson’s country residence. Dilyn, a Jack Russell cross beloved by the Mr Johnson’s fiancee, Carrie Symonds, caused so much damage Mr Johnson was forced to pay over ‘1,000 for repairs, the Daily Mail has reported. A source told the newspaper Mr Johnson was meeting colleagues at the house when Dilyn ‘darted under the PM’s feet with an old book in its mouth’. The Prime Minister shouted: ‘For God’s sake, I’m going to get another ‘1,000 repair bill! Someone please shoot that f—— dog!’, according to the source, who added: ‘I don’t think he meant it literally.’

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