Emmerdale lines up nasty row for Leyla tonight

Daniel Kilkelly
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From Digital Spy

Life goes from bad to worse for Emmerdale's Leyla Harding tonight (September 14) as she finds herself embroiled in a nasty row at The Woolpack.

Leyla (Roxy Shahidi) has been feeling sorry for herself all week, in the wake of her recent discovery that Pete Barton was cheating on her with Priya Sharma when they were together.

She's also sparked gossip with her possible unresolved feelings for her ex-partner David Metcalfe, although she's insisted that it's only because she wishes she was with someone as decent as him.

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In tonight's Emmerdale double bill, Leyla's friends Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) and Megan Macey (Gaynor Faye) both drag her out for a fun afternoon at the pub to take her mind off things.

It's not long before all three ladies are being chatted up by guys at the bar – and Vanessa and Megan are convinced that some no-strings fun is exactly what Leyla needs right now.

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Vanessa and Megan even pretend to be a couple so that all eyes will be on Leyla, but trouble soon kicks off between all parties – with things escalating even further when Frank Clayton turns up and intervenes.

It's safe to say that this aggro was the last thing Leyla wanted after her hellish few weeks, and what happens isn't likely to restore her faith in men anytime soon. Will there ever be any happiness on the horizon for her?

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Emmerdale airs tonight at 7pm and 8pm on ITV.

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