Hollyoaks Spoilers: Sparks Fly Again Between Grace Black And Esther Bloom

Hollyoaks Spoilers: Sparks Fly Again Between Grace Black And Esther BloomWhat’s in store for Hollyoaks’ Grace Black (Tamara Wall) and Esther Bloom (Jazmine Franks) as 2017 winds to a close? The Channel 4 soap may be about to give these two a second chance at love!

As loyal fans know, the relationship between Grace and Esther was ripped apart by obsessive Kim Butterfield (Daisy Wood-Davis).

After the disastrous influence that Kim had on their lives, Grace took up with the aptly named Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas). Alas, that didn’t last and she’s currently engaged in a when-I-feel-like-it thing with her mother’s ex, Glenn Donovan (Neil Roberts). Is this such a good idea?

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Nope, of course not. But Glenn is like catnip to Grace. This can’t end well, but Esther seems to still have Grace’s back; at the very least she still has feelings for her ex.

Loyal fans should expect to see some changes on the horizon for these two ladies as the tumultuous year comes to a close.

Adam Donovan (Jimmy Essex) has a talk with Esther about her true feelings and he’s able to get through to her. She listens as he tells her that it’s in her best interest to tell Grace what’s really going in her head and heart.

What response does Esther have to his heartfelt talk? The conversation is like a wake-up call for Esther, who vows that she will indeed divulge all to Grace.

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But the best laid plans sometimes come undone! Will Esther lose her nerve once the moment of truth arrives? Or will she go through with her bravado and confess all?

It remains to be seen if these two star-crossed lovers have it out or make up, but don’t factor Glenn out just yet.

If he gets wind of Esther’s intentions how will he react? Anything is possible in Hollyoaks! Look for the emotionally charged scenes between Esther and Grace to air just after Christmas, on Thursday, December 28.

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