The exit is looming (Picture: ITV)
We last saw Kelly Neelan (Millie Gibson) being bundled into the back of a van after being kidnapped by Keiron in Coronation Street.
Her plan to get revenge and kill Gary (Mikey North) didn’t go her way, as she started to have second thoughts and attempted to stop the evil gangster from committing the horrific murder.
While Kelly desperately tried to get hold of Keiron, he was in the woods with his mate and Gary, who was digging his own grave with a gun pointing to his head.
When Keiron picked up the phone, he made his way over to the hotel where Kelly and Aadi (Adam Hussain) were staying, kidnapped her and said if she screamed like that again, she’ll end up dead just like Gary.
Kelly ends up on the roof of an old mill (Picture: ITV)
We know that Gary isn’t dead just yet, however, and these new pictures reveal the moment he arrives to try and save Kelly’s life once more.
Kelly ends up on the roof of an old mill during Friday’s (September 23) edition of the ITV soap, with Keiron revealing his plan to kill Gary and then her so when the police arrive and find her body at the bottom of the building, it will look like murder-suicide.
It’s unknown just whether Gary will manage to save Kelly ahead of Millie’s exit, or if she will end up caught in the crossfire as we know the gun Keiron is carrying will go off.
Keiron wasn’t aware Gary attacked his sidekick (Picture: ITV)
These scenes are set to be very dramatic, as Coronation Street has used technology found in the Avengers films and The Mandalorian to create the Manchester cityscape behind Kelly in the photos.
Ahead of Millie’s departure, the actress told us why she decided to leave the show now after three years: ‘I have no responsibilities – I don’t have kids, I don’t have a mortgage to pay or anything like that, I’m still grateful to be living at home,’ she explained.
‘So I thought I’m just going to see what else the world has. If it does, it does – that would be quite good, wouldn’t it? I just thought I might as well see what happens while I’m still young.’
‘Because I’m so young I thought I’ve got to leave. It was a decision where it would always be in the back of my mind if I didn’t make it, so I had to just go with it and see what happens.’