Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse? | CORONATION STREET’S Bernie Winter will finally find out the truth about the horrific abuse her son, Paul Foreman suffered at the hands of Kel in upcom

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?

Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?
Coronation Street spoilers: Kel killed as Bernie Winter uncovers Paul's horrific abuse?
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Paul Foreman (played by Peter Ash) has been hiding a horrific secret from his family on Coronation Street, but he’ll finally open up and tell them the truth next week. The cobbles resident was forced to revisit his past of sexual abuse at the hands of his former step-dad when Kel (Joe Alessi) arrived on the Street earlier this year. In upcoming scenes Paul will finally tell his mother and sister what he went through as a child. 

Recently on the ITV soap, Paul broke down and revealed the abuse he experienced to vicar and former lover Billy Mayhew (Daniel Brocklebank).

At first Paul refused to accept Kel had done anything wrong and insisted their relationship as consensual. 

Next week, Paul and twin sister Gemma Winter (Dolly-Rose Campbell) confront Bernie (Jane Hazlegrove) about the robberies that have taken place.

Convinced their mum is behind it somehow, they demand she tells them everything she knows.

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Coronation Street: Kel killed after Bernie uncovers the truth? (Image: ITV)

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Coronation Street: Gemma demands Bernie helps them (Image: ITV)

Bernie reveals Kel could be behind the robberies leading Gemma to threaten her mother with kicking her out if she doesn’t help get Daniel’s laptop back.

However as the trio retrieve Daniel’s laptop, they discover the truth about Paul’s childhood.

Gemma and Bernie discover shocking photos which lead to Paul breaking down and recounting everything that happened with Kel when he was just a young boy.

He tells them how he admired Kel and how after a period of kind and caring affection, Kel sexually abused Paul.

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Coronation Street: Gemma and Bernie are shocked by the harrowing abuse (Image: ITV)

Disgusted by what Kel did, Gemma urges Paul to go to the police, but he refuses.

Paul tells his family he can’t bear to discuss his painful history any longer and is adamant he wants to leave it in the past.

However, Bernie may feel she needs to take matters into her own hands as she blames herself for bringing Kel into Paul’s life.

During a heated confrontation, will Bernie lash out and take the ultimate revenge on the man who stole her son’s childhood?

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Meanwhile, Coronation Street producer Iain MacLeod spoke out on the chilling storyline.

He said: “Gemma and Paul’s family background has always been fascinating to me - the inseparable bond of twins but with a huge fault-line down the middle, which we’ve hinted at but never explained.

“This story sensitively explores something that is tragically all too common in families in the real world and will highlight the way these painful events still reverberate many years later.

“It will, I hopeallow people who have survived similar abuse and perhaps suffered in silence to find their voice and speak up.”

Gaten Matarazzo On The Strangeness Of Being A Stranger Teen

Gaten Matarazzo On The Strangeness Of Being A Stranger Teen

Like most 17 year olds, Gaten Matarazzo has a major case of senioritis. Just a few hours ago, he was at a downtown museum on a field trip in New York City. He loves school, but these days he spends most of his time in the music room of his New Jersey public high school practicing piano and learning to read sheet music. ("I thought I was really bad at it, but apparently I'm pretty good at it," he says.) He just wrapped his school's production of the musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Matarazzo played Leaf Coneybear, which he calls his "dream role." And on Monday nights he has a standing appointment with his immediate family ("of 23 people," he jokes) for their weekly dinner.

"Because my grandfather is off work on Monday nights," he tells MTV News. "He owns a pizzeria. It's the most cliche thing on the planet."

These kinds of traditions are important to Matarazzo. It's a reminder that no matter how strange life gets as a globally known teen that he has his family to help bring him back to reality — even if that reality can be just as chaotic sometimes. "With my family, there's no such thing as a slower pace," he says. "We're Italian."

But things have been different these last few months. Not stranger, just different. Matarazzo wrapped Stranger Things Season 3 in November, followed by Netflix's Prank Encounters in January. Since then, he's been hanging at home in Jersey living life as a normal teen. Or as normal as he can be when every Starbucks run turns into an impromptu fan meet.

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"I was at Starbucks today and someone was sneaking a photo through the window and videotaping me. It almost feels like that Black Mirror episode," he says. "I get why people do it. But I'd much rather people come up and talk to me. It feels creepy when I look around and people are taking pictures [of me]. I feel uncomfortable doing what I want and being myself."

Such is the life for Matarazzo and his instantly recognizable curls. The actor landed the role of Dustin Henderson on Netflix's 80s-set sci-fi drama Stranger Things when he was 12. A year later and "Dusty" would be a household name across the globe, catapulting Matarazzo and the rest of the young cast into a level of fame that you can't really make sense of at 13. By the age of 16, he had successfully negotiated for his first executive producer credit on Netflix's scary prank show, Prank Encounters. For Matarazzo, the opportunity to not only host but also produce was appealing because it was so new to him.

"I want to experience as much as I can before I get a set goal," he says. "I think a lot of times people are like, 'I'm going to do this forever,' and they go into it and realize that there's so much more they want to do. I want to make sure that I do everything I possibly can. So this is something that came along that was so different, so I had to try it."

With a premise of playing "terrifying and hilarious pranks" on unsuspecting job seekers, the series faced early backlash online. After watching all eight episodes, however, these fears have been quelled. The "jobs" in question are one-off assignments, like babysitting a child being haunted by a teddy bear (that's a real prank), and all participants were paid for their time. And according to Matarazzo, who observed all the pranks from the safety of a control room stationed in the back of a van, all of the situations were "so positive," adding, "A lot of times you've got to loosen up and not be afraid to laugh because everybody who was involved, after everything was said and done, everyone was laughing, which is great."

Matarazzo doesn't see himself in the prank-pulling business forever. Acting in his passion, and he feels the most at home on the stage, specifically Broadway. After all, it's where he started his career at the age of 11. "My heart is theater," he says. He recently saw the reimagined revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! and his face lights up when he talks about it. "Holy shit. It was one of the most innovative and refreshing productions I've ever seen," he says. He loves revivals — to clarify, innovative revivals — and credits shows like Dear Evan Hansen and Hadestown for bringing fresh styles, new music, and younger audiences to the Great White Way. "If I could get back into a musical in any way," he says, "I would love to."

First, he has to graduate high school. Before that, there's prom. Not to mention, the coveted senior class trip. Oh, and Stranger Things Season 4, which will start production early next year. He knows he's going to miss a majority of his senior year as a result, and the comforting chaos of Monday night dinners. "It's always very stressful," he says. But he's quick to add that the life of a Stranger teen isn't as unusual as you may think. Sure, he can't go anywhere without being recognized. "There are so many people from different countries who have recognized me," he says. Even members of EXO, one of South Korea's most popular boy groups, were starstruck by the actor on a recent visit to Seoul. ("They're great guys," he smiles.) At the end of the day, however, "everybody who's involved in the entertainment industry is just doing their jobs," Matarazzo says.

Part of his job is communicating to his 13.1 million followers on Instagram. "I didn't even know I had that many," he adds. "Social media feels like a chore. I never really liked social media before I started acting. Now it's part of the job, which is weird. I don't like that."

Promoting Stranger Things on his social channels is a "requirement," the actor says, but promoting himself is a different challenge entirely.

"Social media is being encouraged as a way to show everyone who you are," he says. "But you don't need to show everyone who you are. You can keep a lot of stuff to yourself and still pursue what you love. Why is your business everyone else's business?" These are anxieties that most teens Matarazzo's age can relate to, the feeling of adopting an online persona and not always knowing when or how to be yourself — online and off. It goes to show that growing up is strange enough, famous or not.

"It feels like I'm playing myself sometimes. I don't want to play myself, I'm trying to be myself."

Miranda Lambert says she's at a ‘comfortable place’ with her weight after she 'struggled with ups and downs'

Miranda Lambert says she's at a ‘comfortable place’ with her weight after she 'struggled with ups and downs'

Miranda Lambert is loving the skin she's in.

The 36-year-old Grammy-winning singer got candid in a recent interview with Health magazine about her journey to self-acceptance.

"I’ve been all sizes. My whole life, I’ve struggled with ups and downs in weight," she told the outlet. "I’m only 5'4" so weight shows quickly on me."


However, Lambert noted that she's finally "hit a comfortable place."

"This is pretty much my size," she stated. "I’m a size 6, give or take five pounds, depending on the day."

"It’s so good to find your place," the "Wildcard" songstress continued. "I don’t like being on stage worrying about my body. That’s the last thing I want to be thinking about. I don’t give my best performance when I’m distracted by my insecurities."

When asked about the moment that inspired her to stop worrying about the way she viewed her body, Lambert recounted an interaction she had with a young fan.


"There was a time when I wasn’t happy about the way I looked — but I was happy about where I was in my career, so I was like, 'I’ll worry about that later,'" she recalled. "I had a girl come up to me. She was probably my size and age, and she said, 'I want you to know I threw my scale away because of you because you’re so confident. I realized my weight is not in a scale; it’s in how I feel about myself.'

"That gave me confidence to be like, 'Whatever state you’re in, you’ve gotta rock it,'" Lambert explained.


As for her day-to-day routine, the star said she doesn't have "any rhyme or reason" to her fitness or diet choices.

"I’ve been on every diet," Lambert shared. "Every time I did low-carb, I would gain [the weight] back so quickly.

"Sometimes I have a couple weeks where I just drink beer and eat cheeseburgers. And then I’ll go, 'That was fun, but my stuff doesn’t fit,'" she admitted. "Then I’ll spend a month doing Pilates or riding a lot and running. I’m not a runner, but I’m trying to be one."


Lambert revealed that her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, "sometimes" joins in on her runs.

"He does a pity run with me, and then he does his real run," Lambert said of her NYPD officer beau. "It’s sad."


"These days, I just try to feel good about myself and know that I’m trying. And if there’s wine and cheese, sometimes I have it," she added.

Sean Spicer Reveals He Spoke to President Trump After Being Voted off 'DWTS'

Sean Spicer Reveals He Spoke to President Trump After Being Voted off 'DWTS'

Sean Spicer's run on "Dancing with the Stars" ended last night, and the former White House press secretary was with "Extra's" Billy Bush Tuesday, along with his dance partner Jenna Johnson!

During his run on the show, Spicer received support on social media from President Trump. Spicer said that after he was voted off, he called the President to offer his thanks.

Sean told Billy, "I talked to him last night… I called through the White House switchboard." Billy replied, "Through the switchboard? And you said, 'Sean Spicer is here to speak to the President'?" Sean explained, "Yes… I thanked him for his support… especially the last nine weeks, and I just wanted him to know how appreciative I was of that."

Spicer stirred up quite a bit of controversy the past few weeks as he continued to be safe on the show despite his skills and the judges' scores. He sounded slightly relieved that his "DWTS" journey is over, noting that Wednesday is his anniversary with wife Rebecca. "I get to go home and spend my anniversary with my wife," he said, "which makes it… perfect timing!"

"Now, I’ve got to go find something at the airport as a gift because I wasn't planning on this," Sean went on to say.

When Billy asked if that meant Sean thought he would be safe, Sean joked that he had hoped to be off the hook for a gift this year due to his duties on the show. Jenna's reaction? "Oh, my gosh!"

Billy observed, "Always the competitor! Alright, Sean, there you go again, you're in trouble." Sean smiled and admitted, "I hope they’ve got good things at LAX."


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