Sarah's desperate to escape Carla's pampering party!
I tried to tell you but you're too busy with your stupid party.
Jason apologises to Gemma for the way he treated her the other day and suggests they meet for a drink.
Taking their lead from Sally, the factory girls give Jenny a hard time.
And, Nick snaps at David for failing to organise the stag party and enlists the help of Steve instead.
Ladies and Gentleman, the biggest event in the awards calendar is here!
So polish your shoes and get your glad rags on as The British Soap Awards 2016 shortlist has been announced!
This year the awards that rely on the public votes are hotter than ever with Coronation Street in the running for Best British Soap, Best Actor and Best Actress!
So what are you waiting for? See who's nominated below and get clicking for Corrie!
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Coronation Street of course!
Are any of your other Coronation Street favourites up for an award? See the full list of nominees below:
Villain Of The Year: Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan)
Best Comedy Performance: Patti Clare (Mary Taylor)
Best Newcomer: Shayne Ward (Aidan Connor)
Best Storyline: Callum's Reign Of Terror and Sarah's Baby
Best Single Episode: Coronation Street Live
Best Male Dramatic Performance: Jack P Shepherd (David Platt)
Best Female Dramatic Performance: Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt)
Best On-Screen Partnership: Sally Dynevor and Joe Duttine (Sally and Tim Metcalfe)
Best young performance: Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow)
Scene Of The Year: Callum's death
Tonight on Coronation Street...
Jason tries to hold it together as he reads at Tony's funeral.
He died too soon
Roy arrives home to find Alex having a party in his flat!
Craig and Caitlin have a hot date at the Bistro.
And, Sinead chats with Chesney in Portugal.
Roy and Cathy have a heart-to-heart.
Maybe you should go and fix it.
As the mourners gather round Tony’s graveside, Phelan leads Jason away in an attempt to calm him down.
Sarah confides in Kylie that she can’t bear to be in the same house as Callum’s body.
And, Todd quizzes Billy about the young lad he gave the cash to...
ITV and Coronation Street have been working with ITV SignPost to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week.
Deaf Awareness Week takes place from 2nd-8th May. It’s a national initiative centred around promoting the positive aspects of deafness, encouraging social inclusion and championing deaf organisations.
Sign language will feature in scenes in the Rovers, bought to life by signing actors Emma Wilding and Haylie Jones on Friday 6th May.
Throughout the week, Emmerdale and ITV's Daytime will also be featuring sign-language on their shows.
Reflecting the diversity of modern society both on and off-screen is a key commitment under ITV's Responsibility strategy, raising awareness of social topics through our most-loved and most-watched programmes.
You can take the girls out of Weatherfield, but you can't take Weatherfield out of the girls!
Each dressed as Carla, the hens (Beth, Kate, Michelle, Maria, Sally, Caz , Gail, Kylie and Cathy ) set off to a club in town.
In high spirits, Gail and Kate wrestle over the DJ’s microphone, each wanting to say a few words about Carla. In the scuffle, they damage the DJ’s equipment and club manager intervenes.
Tonight on Coronation Street...
Todd overhears Phelan's Plan...
I've got some items of interest you might want to take a look at.
Steve plans to give Michele a night to remember.
Sarah's paranoia begins to grow.
Having taken a call from the travel agent, Sean’s upset as Billy failed to pay his half of the deposit.
When Sophie drops off some van keys with Kate, Caz watches jealously from across the street.
Fed up of being given the cold shoulder, Rana barges her way into the bistro kitchen, marches up to Zeedan and boldly kisses him.
Steve and Michelle talk it out.
Will you stop going on about the flaming dinner. Seriously, it's the least of our worries!
Jason finds comfort in Gemma's arms.
Sarah's paranoia become cause for concern. Can Kylie calm her down?
Caz corners Sophie in the pub and implores her not to take Kate from her. Sophie’s taken aback.
Could Nick's brain injury put his future with Carla in jeopardy? Ben Price hints at what's to come...
It's perfectly balanced for him to have the best time of his life or the worst time of his life.
The wedding is nearly here and Nick is feeling excited, but equally stressed. The fallout from his brain injury is really starting to affect him and the more he worries about it, the worse it appears to get.
Looking for some hope, he goes to see the consultant, but when he doesn't get the answers he's looking for, he loses it again.
The realisation that he may have to live with this for the rest of his life, weighs heavy on his shoulders and he's not sure how to deal with it.
What will the future bring for Nick and Carla?
Cathy's worried that Alex has been enjoying his new found freedom a little too much. We asked Liam Bairstow whether Alex can have too much of a good thing?
Is Alex’s drinking a recent problem?
It is a recent thing, he’s drinking with his friends.
Why do you think it is that he’s turning to the bottle at this particular point in his life?
I think he’s trying to impress his friends so he can be part of the group. It makes him feel like they welcome him being with them.
What does Cathy think of his drinking?
She’s not happy but if anyone can get through to him it’s Cathy. He thinks she’s a bit of a nag at the moment but she’s no worse than his mum, Nessa.
Can you tell us what’s going on at home with his mum?
Lately she’s been trying to get Alex to go to Scotland with her and her new boyfriend. But he doesn’t really want to go. He wants to stay with his Auntie Cathy and Roy but things take a turn for the worse.
Why doesn’t he want to move to Scotland?
He doesn’t get along with his mum’s boyfriend. His mum doesn’t spend a lot of time with him, she’s really not interested.
Why does he want to move in with Cathy?
Because he knows Cathy cares more than his mum. Cathy treats him like a nephew but also like a son. He likes Cathy.
Will this see Alex move to Weatherfield permanently?
I don’t know, but I’d like that.
How do you feel about becoming a more regular fixture in Corrie?
I feel really excited, really emotional.
What’s the Corrie experience been like for you so far?
It’s been a rollercoaster on my journey.
Has anyone in the cast taken you under their wing and shown you the ropes?
William Roache is so supportive and always gives me a hug when he sees me. Kym Marsh, Debbie Rush and Beverley Callard have been great too and Melanie Hill who plays Cathy has done some extra rehearsals with me and she’s been really supportive which helps with the relationship between the characters.
Who have you enjoyed working with the most?
David Neilson who plays Roy. I really like him. Shayne Ward as well, I’ve done lots of scenes with him now.
Have you been recognised by Corrie fans when you’ve been out and about?
I’ve had girls wave at me and someone asked me for a selfie at the train station.
What else is coming up for Alex in the coming weeks/months?
I don’t know but there’s been talk about a possible girlfriend in the long term.