Hollyoaks priest Joel Dexter changes religion to romp with Goldie McQueen who thinks he wants to get married

Hollyoaks priest Joel Dexter changes religion to romp with Goldie McQueen who thinks he wants to get married

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HOLLYOAKS priest Joel Dexter will land himself in hot water this week when he changes his religion so he can romp with Goldie McQueen.

For months he’s been breaking his secret celibacy vow but will now announce plans to affiliated to the Church of England.

Joel Dexter and Goldie McQueen have been secretly seeing each other for months

His change of heart makes Goldie believe he’s planning to pop the question.

Killer Breda McQueen stirs things by suggesting he’s done it so they can get married and have sex.

Over the moon, Goldie starts to plan their wedding – leaving Joel in tricky position as he’s forced to explain he’s not ready to commit.

It puts further pressure on his complicated relationship with Breda who knocked him over the head with a bible when she found out he was having sex with Goldie.

Joel wants to change his religious affiliation to the Church of England to continue romping with Goldie
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The pair promised not to tell each other’s secrets – but this could be one step too far.

Elsewhere in Hollyoaks, soap boss Bryan Kirkwood has revealed he’s in talks to bring back some of its biggest original stars for next year’s 25th anniversary.

And he’s planning to get Hollyoaks Later back on TV so they can show darker, sexier and more violent episodes next year.


Meanwhile former Brookside star Ray Quinn is leaving the soap as Jonny’s terrorist bomb plot storyline “gets even worse”.

And popular character Mercedes McQueen will get SHOT in an explosive whodunnit plot that will see eight village favourites come under suspicion for the crime.

  • Hollyoaks airs weeknights on Channel 4 at 6.30pm with a first look episode following at 7pm on E4.


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