CORONATION Street's Kate Spencer has warned we have not heard the last of Grace and teased more 'twists and turns' after her cruel betrayal.
Michael got the shock of his life on the Cobbles last night after it was revealed he is not Tianna's father, and the actress says her alter-ego won't leave quietly'.
Grace actress Kate Spencer explained the shocking twist and hinted at what may lie ahead.
She told Digital Spy: "Grace was genuinely being honest when she told Michael that she was pregnant, but she was really hurt by the way he reacted to that and it broke her.
"Michael then bumped into Grace by chance last November. He made an assumption that Tianna was his daughter and Grace panicked. She didn't know what to do and she drove off, so it wasn't planned at all."
When asked if we'd seen the last of Grace, she added: "I don't think so, hopefully not! I think she's got a lot more to give. She's not going to leave that quietly. I think there's going to be a lot of twists and turns. I think there's a little bit more to come…"
In last night's double-bill, the Corrie faithful found out Grace had been lying to Michael for months, pretending her and Michael were Tianna's parents, when she was in fact just the baby's nanny.
Michael was arrested for taking Tianna from outside Grace's home when she told they were leaving to go to Spain.
The Underworld telesales agent was devastated, as was his father Ed, and even Tianna's real parents were confused, as they'd just found out the shocking news themselves.
Kate revealed Grace had a nervous breakdown after she lost the baby she was carrying and found it very "stressful" to keep the lie going.
She shared: "It's been going on for a quite a while. Whenever Grace has had Tianna with her, she's had to make things up. You've seen her storm off and leave quite a few times, or there have been times where Michael has phoned her and she's not answered.
"I think it's been very stressful for her. She entered into this lie without thinking it through. She was going through a gut reaction of not wanting to hurt him.
"I also don't think Grace banked on the fact that she was going to fall back in love with Michael. If she'd known that, she wouldn't have done it, because it's made matters worse. She got herself into a situation and didn't know how to get out of it."
Will Grace explain her side of the story on Corrie's double-bill tomorrow night? Or will a despairing Michael still be left desperate for answers?
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