Debbie's friendship with Robbie takes a sinister turn next week when he begins to stalk her. Debbie believes everything that's happening is down to Kirk, but little does she know it's really someone she thought she could trust.
After the disturbance the previous week that was in fact him, Robbie continues to intimidate Debbie by trashing her office, he then deceives her further by telling her he'll protect her from "Kirk", she lets him move in and stay in Cain's old room so that she feels safer with someone around to protect her.
So, will Debbie realise how devious Robbie can be, and who can she turn to for help after pushing everyone who cares about her away? For more on what's coming up next week, have a look on the Debbie page.
Also this week, voting for the 2013 TV Choice Awards has opened and Charley has been nominated for Best Soap Actress, also Jeff Hordley (Cain) has been nomiated for Best Soap Actor too. You can cast your votes via the button below...
Voting is open until the 14th of June, and the shortlist will be announced on the 2nd of July.
Emmerdale had a successful night at the British Soap Awards on Saturday. Picking up two awards, one was the Best Episode award for the live episode last year, in which Debbie had her baby and Cameron killed Carl, and Eden Taylor-Draper who plays Belle won the award for Best Young Performance.
Charley attended the ceremony and looked amazing in a stunning black and grey outfit by Tempest, have a look in the Gallery for some pictures from the event.
The awards were broadcast on Sunday night and the after show party featured an interview with Charley and her co-stars...
They talked about the live episode and teased some upcoming storylines. You can watch it again right now on the Videos page.
Today also marks the sixth anniversary of this site's launch. And it's still attracting more visitors than ever before, which is hardly surprising considering all the exciting storylines Charley has been involved in recently.
Debbie's determination to do as she pleases causes her friends and family to distance themselves from her in next week's Emmerdale...
Firstly, she lays into Zak after he let Cain spend time with her children against her wishes. Then she agrees to go on a date with Robbie, only to stand him up and go out with Kirk instead.
Charity worries that Debbie is letting herself be used by Kirk, just so she can secure a deal on the cheap vodka he's selling. Debbie however, is actually quite wary of her new admirer, but she ignores her friends warnings and carries on associating with him.
So, is Debbie safe around Kirk, or does he want more from her?
For more on what's coming, have a look on the Debbie page. Also this week, hopefully Emmerdale will pick up a few awards at the 2013 British Soap Awards, which are taking place this Saturday, and will be broadcast on ITV on Sunday the 19th at 8pm.
Cain reaches breaking point with Debbie in next week's Emmerdale, when she palms her children off on Kerry once again...
This time however, disaster strikes as a drunk Kerry causes a fire at Andy's while baby Jack is asleep upstairs. Debbie remains unaware of the peril her children are in as she's too busy trying to secure a business deal with newcomer Kirk.
Cain snaps, and walks out on his daughter and moves in with Moira after Debbie shockingly gets Belle to look after her kids just a day after their lives were put in serious danger by the last person she left them with!
For more details on what's coming up next week, have a look on the Debbie page.
Amy suggests that Kerry may not be the ideal person to look after Debbie's children in next week's Emmerdale after she leaves the kids on their own yet again.
Debbie gets concerned when Andy wants to hear Sarah's side of events after Amy tells him about her mother's past, and that letting her look after Jack and Sarah might not be a very responsible thing to do.
So, will Debbie ever realise that the best place for her children is with her?
Also this week, the shortlist for the 2013 Britiish Soap Awards was revealed, but unfortunately Charley didn't make it into the final round of voting. You can however still Vote for Emmerdale for Best British Soap!