Spoilers: Corrie's Gail implores Nick to tell Leanne to 'let go' of Oliver fight

Spoilers: Corrie's Gail implores Nick to tell Leanne to 'let go' of Oliver fight

Gail Rodwell (Helen Worth) issued son Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) with some advice in Coronation Street tonight (October 23), as she told him to be honest about how he thinks Leanne (Jane Danson) is fighting a losing battle.

Nick has done everything he can to support Leanne, as she refuses to give up on Oliver. However, the young man once again found himself on the receiving end of her wrath.

With an article about how Sam (Jude Riordan) is supporting Oliver having made its way into the gazette, there was animosity aplenty between Leanne and Nick.

Natasha Blakeman (Rachel Leskovac) popped by to apologise, confirming that she didn’t tell her journalist mate Suki to write that piece, and in an effort to make amends, she offered to donate £20,000 to Oliver’s fund.

Nick was taken aback, and took some time to think on the matter, but Leanne soon learned about Natasha’s offer, and she seethed with rage.

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Her anger was once again directed at Nick, as she berated him for keeping such a thing from her, believing that his actions signify that he’s given up on Oliver.

She ordered Nick to accept Natasha’s offer, and he ultimately did so, but he later opened up to Gail about how he worries Leanne is fighting a losing battle.


An emotional Gail informed him that he must be honest with Leanne on the matter — but will he ultimately open up to Leanne?

Coronation Street continues Monday October 26 at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.

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