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6 items from 2012


'Hollyoaks' Ally drama, Corrie turmoil, 'Enders Bianca, E'dale passion

17 November 2012 4:01 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hollyoaks fans can expect all hell to break loose at the Kane house later this month as Lacey and Ally are found in bed together. Viewers have watched Ally (Dan O'Connor) worm his way into the Kane family and leave troubled Martha out in the cold in recent weeks. However, the tables finally turn when the mysterious Australian's true colours are revealed in upcoming episodes. Certain that Ally is hiding his true intentions, Martha (Carli Norris) makes an impulsive decision to search for his name online using Bart McQueen's laptop. She is then left horrified to find an internet memorial page for the real Ally Gorman - it turns out that 'Ally' has stolen a dead soldier's identity and has been lying all along. As Martha shares her findings with her new housemates at the McQueen house, a concerned Phoebe Jackson lets her know that Lacey (Georgia (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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Potd: 'Hollyoaks' Martha, Ash showdown

28 August 2012 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The Kanes reach breaking point on Hollyoaks this evening (August 29) as the consequences of Martha's relapse hit home. With Lacey behaving strangely following her 16th birthday party, Ash soon realises that something is amiss - before correctly guessing that the teen must have caught Martha (Carli Norris) drinking yesterday. Heading straight home, a furious Ash (Holly Weston) confronts her alcoholic mum, branding her thoughtless and selfish for not staying on the wagon. Although Martha is initially apologetic, she (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Hollyoaks' Carli Norris: 'Martha relapse is a shame'

21 August 2012 9:57 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hollyoaks star Carli Norris has admitted that her character Martha Kane wants to teach her family a lesson when she walks out on them next week. Alcoholic Martha falls off the wagon in an upcoming episode, unable to fight the temptation when a bottle of champagne is brought along to her daughter Lacey's 16th birthday celebration. When Lacey (Georgia Bourke) catches her mum secretly drinking in the bathroom, a huge family row ensues for the Kanes - and Martha soon packs her bags in the heat of the moment. Norris told Inside Soap: "Martha tries to placate Lacey by telling her it's just one drink. She excuses her actions by talking about what's going on in her life, (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Hollyoaks' Carli Norris: 'I'm not a boozer like Martha'

26 July 2012 8:49 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hollyoaks star Carli Norris has admitted that she sometimes finds it difficult to have sympathy for her troubled character Martha Kane. Martha, who was introduced to screens in January, has an alcohol problem which has often adversely affected the lives of her children Ash, Callum and Lacey. Speaking on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff today (July 26), Norris explained that she has been researching the storyline during filming with help from Hollyoaks bosses. Norris commented: "I did as much [research] as I could. Fortunately for me, I haven't had that kind of lifestyle - I'm not a big boozer myself, and it wasn't a big thing in my family. "But I was really lucky, while we were filming, to come into contact with somebody who was a teenager with a mother who had a serious alcohol (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Hollyoaks' Martha can't handle Ash's illness, says Carli Norris

23 March 2012 7:35 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hollyoaks star Carli Norris has admitted that her character Martha Kane will struggle to behave responsibly when her daughter Ash falls ill. Ash (Holly Weston) is rushed to hospital after collapsing with meningitis next week, but it's her younger brother Callum (Laurie Duncan) who takes on most of the burden as Martha struggles to cope. Martha has had an alcohol problem for some time, but this only becomes apparent to viewers next week when Callum finds her slumped on the couch next to empty bottles of wine. Norris told TV Times: "Martha would die for her children, but she's like a child herself. Anything that requires her to step up and be a mother, she can't handle. "Nobody realised that [Ash] was ill. As far as they were concerned, (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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'Hollyoaks' Ash Kane collapses in health scare - spoiler pictures

19 March 2012 5:07 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Hollyoaks delves deeper into the Kane family next week as fun-loving Ash suffers a shock health scare. Ash (Holly Weston) suddenly collapses in student halls next Tuesday (March 27), leaving her fellow Freshers alarmed as they call for emergency help. The party girl is soon diagnosed with meningitis, and her loved ones all react differently as she fights for her life in hospital. Frightened that his sister will die, sixth former Callum (Laurie Duncan) can't bring himself to see her, while mum Martha (Carli Norris) is also struggling to cope and does a disappearing act from the hospital. Later, when Callum finds that his mother has collapsed on the (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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