Emmerdale's Jeff Hordley hints Cain Dingle could DIE during 50th anniversary special | The Sun

EMMERDALE actor Jeff Hordley teased possible "goodbye" to iconic character Cain Dingle during 50th anniversary later "this year."

Jeff, 52, has played Cain for over two decades on the ITV soap.

Cain is currently part of an emotional storyline about his mother Faith Dingle who has terminal cancer.

Faith is now receiving palliative care and might still be in Emmerdale when the soap turns 50 this October. 

But could Cain be exiting the soap?

Jeff said: “I sometimes find that hard to believe but they have got to keep the show moving and they’ve got to freshen up the show. 

“But sometimes they do have to say goodbye to people and that is always upsetting."

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He added: "But one day I am sure it will be me, it could be me this year.”

Producers have revealed a storm is set to rip through the village as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations.

Producer Kate Brooks told The Sun: “As part of our big 50th week, we will focus on a massive storm that’s going to rip through the village and leave a massive trail of destruction in its wake. 

“Some of our best loved villagers will be in peril and its safe to say that the village will never be the same after this. 

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“The impact this storm has on people’s lives is just massive. That is our big set piece stunt. 

“Throughout all of this we also have stories that’ll be massive and peaking across the month of October. Two big centre pieces are the Woolpack and Home Farm. 

“We are very keen to make sure that we have covered all the different characters and that all the families that are in the village are affected and impacting in some way by what happens during the month of October.”

Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV.

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