Coronation Street viewers were in disbelief tonight when Gail Platt shot Lorraine Kelly with an arrow.
Gail went on a quest to find Lorraine after discovering she was staying at the same holiday park as the Platts.
But disaster struck during an archery session when Gail was momentarily distracted by Natalie’s arrival and accidentally her arrow loose.
Gail was mortified when screaming Lorraine emerged with the arrow stuck in her leg in bizarre scenes during a special week of late night episodes airing at 9pm.
Horrified Lorraine cried: “You daft wee woman. You could have killed me.”
Stunned Gail's jaw dropped to the floor as she watched her hero writhe in agony.
It is unknown whether Corrie’s version of Lorraine will survive her injuries.
Back at their cabin, Gail said: “I just thank god she was wearing those thick trousers. The first aider said it only went in a little bit.”
David sarcastically joked: “We’ve all shot a much-loved TV presenter in the a*** with an arrow.”
Lorraine featured heavily in tonight's episode, which started with the Platts arriving at the holiday park.
Gail came running back from the shops after finding out Lorraine had been spotted on the site.
Seemingly able to see into the future, Audrey said: “If it is Lorraine Kelly then I hope to god that your mother doesn’t catch up with her because that will be that poor woman’s holiday up the swanny.”
Gail then thought she saw Lorraine on a pedalo and roped Sarah and Bethany in to help find the TV presenter.
They frantically started pedalling but were going round in circles, unaware that Lorraine was watching them from the riverbank.
Looking out, Lorraine said: "Those woman are going to capsize if they’re not careful."
The presenter raved about her day filming with the cast on her real-life show.
She said: "What an amazing day. I've had an absolute blast. Best day of my life, fantastic. All the crew and the cast could not have been nicer to me."
*Coronation Street airs every night this week on ITV at 9pm
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