Hollyoaks star Glynis Barber has revealed that Norma Crow's upcoming bombshell will leave viewers surprised.
The 66-year-old actress joined the Channel 4 soap as an evil villain earlier this year.
Norma aka The Undertaker is set to make a haunting revelation in upcoming scenes, leaving Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) stunned.
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However, Glynis says that she believes fans will also be left on the edge of their seats while watching the dramatic scenes unfold.
Speaking to Daily Star, the soap icon said: "There is something coming up that is interesting and I think explains a few things and I think it will take people by surprise. It certainly takes Warren by surprise.
"I did know in advance. It's a surprise to everyone but not to Norma. It's something Norma knows.
"I'm really looking forward to it being revealed so everyone knows and then we can all move forward together."
Hollyoaks spoilers have revealed that Joel Dexter (Rory Douglas-Speed) finds a leaflet to his own funeral service in his pockets, a threat from Norma.
He tells Warren that he can’t take it anymore and his dad sets out to deal with it, no one messes with his kids and gets away with it.
Warren later sets out to kill Norma after realising that she set him up to kill his own son.
However, Norma a huge revelation that changes everything for Warren.
Fans have taken to social media in recent weeks to predict that Norma is Warren's estranged mother, but viewers will have to wait and see what she has to say.
The bombshell is dropped as part of the soap's annual stunt week and it has been confirmed that both Norma and Warren end up in hospital.
Opening up on if viewers are about to see a softer side of Norma, Glynis explained: "I doubt it, even in her hospital bed Norma takes care of her enemies.
"She never sleeps. She's on it all the time but can she survive everyone's hate? Everyone is terrified of her so can she keep it up?"
Glynis, who previously played Glenda Mitchell in Eastenders, has been playing Norma since April and plans to stick around the village.
She said: "I was drawn to the role and I recognised immediately that this is a really good part for a woman of my age.
"I do love playing her and I'm enjoying myself."
Hollyoaks now streams first on All 4, with new episodes dropping each weekday morning. The show airs Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4 with first look episodes at 7pm on E4
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