EastEnders’ Tiffany Butcher will watch a blazing argument in Coronation Street as soaps' two universes collide from next week.
Maisie Smith's character will be seen catching a clip of Maria Connor and Tracy Barlow (played by Samia Longchambon and Kate Ford) going at it as they dispute air pollution as part of the landmark TV stunt.
Viewers might think this an unexpected topic for these particular two to be arguing about, but the scenes will come amid other discussions in the nation’s favourite soaps, that are airing in order to raise awareness of climate change.
Holby City, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Casualty and Doctors are also taking part in the crossovers, which will air from 1 November.
This is happening at the same time of the COP26 conference, that will see world leaders join together in Glasgow to review environmental issues and the climate crisis.
Never before has such a big crossover occurred, making this to be a major TV event that is not to be missed.
While it seems EastEnders’ Tiffany will reference Coronation Street by watching it on television, there will also be physical collides with one Hollyoaks favourite reportedly set to stop off in Walford.
A Doctors character will also appear in Corrie, before the Hollyoaks village will be updated on what’s been happening at Holby City.
A couple of Coronation Street favourites will watch two Emmerdale residents on social media and conversation in the Queen Vic will also turn to Corrie.
Emmerdale’s executive producer Jane Hudson first pitched the idea of bringing the UK’s soaps together to create an impact.
"Never before have all five soaps and both continuing dramas come together and united in telling one story,” she said.
"And we certainly haven't seen characters pop up in other shows before. This is a real treat for our audience, whilst also allowing us to get across a very important message."
Lucy Allan, Hollyoaks' executive producer, agreed.
“We know how important climate change and environmental issues are to our youthful audience, and to all soap viewers,” she added.
"It has been great to work together on an engaging way to, hopefully, inspire conversations about issues that are so important."
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