Emmerdale spoilers: Major star leaves the show as first storm death ‘confirmed’

Below are Emmerdale spoilers.

In honor of the show’s 50th anniversary, Isobel Steele is rumored to be leaving Emmerdale this month after learning that her character Liv Flaherty would perish in the horrific storm.

Isobel will reportedly leave the show after six years because she is “eager to try new things,” according to reports.

There will be a storm in the village to commemorate Emmerdale’s 50th anniversary, and it has already been revealed that several fan favorites will perish.

After a break of slightly over a year, Danny Miller resumed filming as Aaron Dingle, Liv’s older brother.

But it appears that when Liv is affected by the natural disaster, his world will be wrecked, leading to a tragic outcome.

Isobel had to make a significant decision, but the insider told The Sun that she was willing to try new things.

She believes she has accomplished everything she can in Emmerdale and wants to concentrate on and succeed in her music career.

For the 50th anniversary month, the bosses “have pulled out all the stops, and Isobel’s exit will be no different.”

They continued, “Viewers will be on the edge of their seats as it all plays out and Liv is murdered off.”

It’s a tragic death that people will remember for a very long time, say the fans.

When contacted by the media, representatives for Emmerdale declined to comment, saying: “We don’t comment on storyline conjecture or cast contracts.”

Isobel recently commented on the fun she had while recording the storm for Metro.co.uk. Stunts and anything out of the ordinary appeal to me greatly. It has been a lot of fun.

The wind machines are enormous and quite loud, she said. We all have to wear earbuds because the machines are so loud, but without them we can’t hear what anyone is saying. I’ve been given a clip-on holder for my headphones, but it’s not really that interesting.

In these moments, she primarily collaborates with Bradley Johnson, who plays Vinny; fortunately, they are accustomed to working together as they can’t actually hear one another when they deliver their lines.

Isobel said, “Me and Brad are going to have to consider when we say our line.” We are merely winging it because we have no notion and I am unable to see or hear you at all. We are blind and deaf.

According to show executives’ statements to the media earlier this summer, the storm will “alter life in the town forever.”

Isobel continued by making a comment about how strange the village seemed after the stunts were filmed.

She said, “I came in yesterday and noticed the Emmerdale sign on its side.” “I absolutely missed the fact that had occurred!

Trees and branches are broken all over the place. It appears to have gone years without any maintenance. It appears abandoned.

“It looks incredible.”

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