Coronation Street’s Billy Mayhew, Paul Foreman and Todd Grimshaw have all been put through the mill recently after Summer Spellman’s surrogacy decisions.
Soon after Billy (played by Daniel Brocklebank) first arrived in Weathefield he entered into a long-term relationship with Todd (Gareth Pierce) and soon ended up becoming Summer Spellman’s (Harriet Bibby) guardians. Billy was left heartbroken when Todd absconded before entering a two-year relationship with Paul (Peter Ash).
Todd later returned and enacted a campaign to split the couple up, with Billy later forgiving him and the pair getting engaged.
This, however, didn’t last long because Todd’s lies were found out, which prompted Billy to momentarily exclude him from his and Summer’s lives.
Now, according to confirmed Coronation Street spoilers, Billy starts to reconsider his relationship with Paul, but his efforts are quickly rejected.
Following their breakup during Friday night’s episode, Sean Tully (Anthony Cotton) will be seen pining for Laurence Reeves (Robert Shaw Cameron) in upcoming scenes.
Todd tells Sean they’re going to spend the afternoon watching a movie in an effort to atone for his behavior and ma
ke him feel better.
Elsewhere, Dee-Dee Bailey (Channique Sterling-Brown) tells Paul they’re having a night out on the town later as she also needs to mend her heart after finding out that Damon Hay (Ciaran Griffiths) had been arrested for drug dealing.
Excited to share the news with her dads, Summer reveals that she’s had a conditional offer from Manchester University.
After congratulating Summer on the celebratory news, Billy suggests to Paul they meet for a drink later, to which Paul agrees, despite his promise to Dee-Dee.
Not wanting to let her down, Paul suggests to Dee-Dee they meet in the Rovers rather than going into town.
As they sit down for a drink, Dee-Dee witters on at Paul about her love life, but when Billy arrives, Paul’s face lights up with excitement.
However, when Billy confides in Paul how appalled he was with Todd’s show of violence towards Mike, Paul masks his guilt.
Billy is still unaware that it was Paul who attacked Mike and Todd was taking the fall for it due to Paul’s prior convictions.
Later, Billy approaches Paul at the builder’s yard and admits that he still has feelings for him, wanting to rekindle their romance.
However, Paul asserts that it’s better if they just remain friends and leaves Billy heartbroken and unaware of the truth.
Panic sets in soon after as Paul is hit by the Underworld van where Ed takes him to A&E.
Will his near-death experience make him realise that he does still love Billy and give him the push to give their relationship a second chance?
Will Billy be by Paul’s side despite the recent rejection?
Billy and Paul aren’t the only ones who have been struggling with love and their feelings recently after Sean’s boyfriend Laurence split up with him.
Todd and Eileen Grimshaw (Sue Cleaver) were left concerned when a cab driver named Mitch, warned them to tell Sean to stay away from Laurence as he was bad news.
Keen to find out more and protect their friend, Eileen and Todd were told by Mitch that Laurence had an affair with him before his wife died, and feared he was the one who killed her.
Sean was appalled by their behaviour and continued to plan his trip away with Laurence, but he was soon told that there would be no phone signal anywhere.
Concerned about where they were going, Sean demanded to know before Laurence gave it up and revealed they were going to Switzerland.
In a panic, Sean expressed to Todd and Eileen that Switzerland was where Laurence’s wife had fallen off a cliff and died.
Overhearing their conversation, Laurence was left fuming Sean would think he could be capable of murder, before breaking up with him and leaving.
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