Great Britain

Emmerdale spoilers: Dawn Taylor collapses unconscious and discovers devastating diagnosis


DAWN Taylor collapses unconscious in Emmerdale and gets a devastating diagnosis. 

Dawn - who is played by Olivia Bromley in the ITV soap - has been struggling to cope ever since she shot Malone three times in self defence when he tried to force her to overdose on heroin.

Though a guilty Dawn wanted to hand herself into the police, Harriet forced her to help bury Malone in someone else’s grave in the churchyard - and pretend he'd gone on the run.

But Dawn confessed to her dad Will after suffering hallucinations of the evil cop in the village, and also blurted out what had happened to her ex Billy after struggling to keep it from him.

But things will get more complicated in upcoming episodes as Harriet is shocked to see a woman standing at the grave where Malone is buried. 

An anxious Harriet later bares her soul in prayer, but she’s horrified when she’s interrupted by Jean, the woman from the graveyard. 

Harriet tries to stay calm when Jean reveals she’s the daughter of a man in the graveyard buried beneath Malone. 

Jean adds that she’s planning on exhuming her father’s body. 

Harriet calls the bishop and begs him to stop the exhumation, who tells her she’ll visit in person to discuss the matter. 

Harriet grows certain that all this fuss will lead to Malone’s body being discovered and tells Will that something has to be done. 

Will they try and move his body?

Emmerdale has revealed that disaster will then strike again when Dawn drops unconscious.

Emmerdale's Dawn confesses to the murder of Malone

Will it have something to do with the gravedigging?

Matters are made worse when she’s given a potentially devastating diagnosis.

Will she be okay?

Football news:

Jamie Carragher: Liverpool and Manchester United are two of the biggest and most successful clubs in England. This will not change in 20-30 years
Abraham Grant: No one has contacted me from Chelsea. I believe that Lampard will do his job
Andrea Pirlo: Thanks to Conte, I wanted to become a coach. There is a lot of respect and sympathy between us
Gian Piero Gasperini: Miranchuk's goal is to find stability. I have to adapt to his characteristics
Rubiales apologized for the lack of a replay of the moment with the check of the game with the hand of the defender Athletic in the match with Real Madrid
Guardiola on the ban on hugs after goals: The reason for this situation in the UK is not in the players, come on
You can also hand over tickets for Euro and return the money (if the matches are postponed in March, everything will burn out). Instructions