Emmerdale star Amy Walsh has hinted that Tracy Metcalfe could meet a grisly fate in Thursday's double bill as the village is rocked by a factory fire.
Chatting to Christine Lampard on Thursday's Lorraine, the actress, 32, was coy about whether her character survives the disaster, after it was confirmed by bosses that someone will die during the blaze.
It came as Amy also told Christine that she was 'worried' about the backlash to the soap's controversial grooming storyline, which saw teen Jacob Gallagher undergo a sexual relationship with his teacher Maya Stepney.
Dramatic: Emmerdale star Amy Walsh has hinted that Tracy Metcalfe could meet a grisly fate in Thursday's double bill as the village is rocked by a factory fire
Amy said: 'It's just been a really sad emotional storyline because you know that someone's going at the end of it, but at the same time wonderful because it's such a big stunt that we're all really proud of.
'I was trapped in a studio for two days with smoke, it was all health and safety safe but you do feel like you're next to flames.
'It was hardcore, coughing and putting yourself that is hard work but I love it.'
Drama: The actress was a guest on Thursday's Lorraine, and chatted to Christine about the dramatic scenes
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In danger: In a preview for the epic stunt, Amy's character Tracy screams out in horror as she is trapped inside the factory with flames on the other side of the door
Thursday's double bill will see Tracy trapped in the factory after going to meet Bill Fletcher for a cosy liaison, but is horrified to learn the door is locked.
Meanwhile Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) and Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) have broken into the factory to steal funds from the charity fundraiser, but unbeknownst to them end up starting the fire.
It remains to be seen whether Tracy survives the tragedy, and actress Amy went onto admit she originally thought her character would dodge the blaze.
She explained: ' There is that thing that filters through the building that there's going to be a big fire and someone dies and then they said ''oh its