Hollyoaks' John Paul and Ste get caught kissing

Daniel Kilkelly
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From Digital Spy

Ste Hay and John Paul McQueen's big relationship decision could be taken out of their hands on Hollyoaks next week when someone finds out they've been betraying their partners.

The pair have been growing closer recently and upcoming episodes see them faced with a difficult dilemma – should they dump Harry Thompson and James Nightingale so they can be together again?

Ste (Kieron Richardson) seems certain that reuniting with John Paul is the right thing to do and starts making plans to let Harry down gently, wanting to end their relationship after well over a year together.

What John Paul thinks is staying secret for now, but we know that his romance with James is in trouble thanks to the lawyer's involvement with Finn O'Connor's case.

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While Hollyoaks are leaving us to guess over whether McHay do reunite, it has been confirmed that they get caught kissing next week.

One of the villagers is stunned to witness an intimate moment between the former couple, but we're sworn to secrecy on who it is.

Could Harry (Parry Glasspool) or James (Gregory Finnegan) spot them together and realise they've been betrayed? Or could the eyewitness be someone else with the potential to cause trouble?

James Sutton, who plays John Paul, commented: "John Paul had come to terms with Finn staying in prison and now to have him return is devastating for John Paul.

"Ste has been having problems with Harry and John Paul has been having problems with James due to his lying about Finn, so they are drawn to each other."

Hollyoaks airs weeknights at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.

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