Hollyoaks fans should keep their eyes on Grace Black tonight (September 14) as Warren Fox and Sienna Blake's wedding day arrives.
The show's latest E4 first-look episode is sure to be unmissable, as we find out whether Warren (Jamie Lomas) and Sienna (Anna Passey) will finally become husband and wife.
Last night's E4 airing ended with Warren vowing not to marry Sienna, fearing that she was going behind his back to claim full custody of their unborn twins.
Warren became suspicious after hearing that Sienna had been speaking to a solicitor, unaware that it was actually because she's still seriously ill and was making arrangements for a living will.
While you'll have to tune into Hollyoaks tonight to see exactly how it happens, these pictures show that Warren will change his mind and make it to the altar with Sienna.
This obviously comes as a crushing blow to Warren's other woman Grace Black, who'd convinced herself that he was going to choose her instead.
With Warren's mind seemingly made up, the big question is how Grace will react – as we all know, she doesn't usually take rejection lightly.
Could Grace gatecrash the wedding and reveal all? Or could she get her revenge some other way?
All we'll say for now is that the scorned gangster will be at the centre of a shocking turn of events tonight, but Hollyoaks fans will have to tune in to see whether her actions disrupt the wedding or not. Do Warren and Sienna still stand a chance of actually tying the knot?
Hollyoaks airs these scenes tonight (September 14) at 7pm on E4 and tomorrow (September 15) at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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