Coronation Street Hope murder horror as Jade’s sick identity ‘exposed’

Coronation Street's Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine) and Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) are in serious danger as tutor Jade Rowan (Lottie Henshall) gets her claws into Hope.

Coronation Street spoilers have hinted that Jade is out to get the family, and could be plotting something terrible to get rid of Tyrone and Fiz.

Soap stats by Buzz Bingo, which have been exclusively shared with Daily Star Online has shown that Coronation Street has got the highest number of characters being killed off in a fire out of the rest of the soaps.

A whopping seven characters have been burnt to death since the show started in 1965, including Tony Gordon in 2010, Sunita Alahan, and Maddie Heath.

Luke Britton was the most recent tragedy, as he burned to death when his car's petrol tank exploded after Pat Phelan (Connor McIntyre) shot it.

  • Corrie fans predict Tyrone will 'cheat' on Fiz with 'mysterious' Jade

In comparison, Emmerdale has killed off five characters over the years, most recently, Viv Hope and Terry Woods in a fire started by Nick Henshall in 2011.

EastEnders has had four major deaths from fires, mostly recently Yusef Khan, who died when a building collapsed on top of him during a fire.

Could Coronation Street be about to kill off another character in fire?

  • Coronation Street Jade's sick identity 'exposed' and Tyrone Dobbs is in danger

Fans know that Fiz's daughter Hope is a pyromaniac, and has already set fires in the past when left alone with matches.

She recently set a fire in the factory, forcing Ali Connor to save her, leading to him injuring himself.

Could Jade convince Hope to set fire to the house and kill her family?

It isn't looking good for Fiz…

Fans are convinced that Jade is a relative of Fiz's late husband John Stape, who became a serial killer before being killed himself in an accident.

Could Hope turn out to be just like her dad with the help of Jade?

Corrie continues tomorrow at 7.30pm on ITV.

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