Spoilers: Hollyoaks reveals John Paul's new love interest?

John Paul McQueen (James Sutton) has been somewhat unlucky-in-love in Hollyoaks over the years, but the young man could be set to find romance once more in the arms of dashing policeman George Kiss (Callum Kerr) — well, that is if Sally St. Claire (Annie Wallace) has anything to do with it!

John Paul has enjoyed many an unforgettable romance during his several stints in the eponymous village, from his iconic partnership with Craig Dean (Guy Burnet) to his marriage to Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson), and — more recently — his dalliance with James (Gregory Finnegan).

However, the latter relationship ended in disaster, when John Paul learned during Liam’s (Jude Monk McGowan) hellish dinner party that his beau was, in fact, the mystery villager who’d left Mercedes (Jennifer Metcalfe) for dead on The Loft’s dance floor.

In spite of this, there could be romance on the cards once more for the young man, and PC Kiss could well be the lucky fella, as — in the coming episodes — Sally comes to believe that the young man fancies Chester’s newest law enforcer.

As a result, she begins to investigate in an effort to find out if George might be interested in John Paul. However, as John Paul and Sally bicker over the situation, Matthew-Jesus asks the officer in question if he’s interested in boys and girls.

What will PC Kiss have to say?


What’s more, how will John Paul react when he learns what Matthew-Jesus has done?

In the subsequent episode, Sally arranges for PC Kiss to make a surprise home visit, and John Paul becomes more and more embarrassed as the head teacher makes it incredibly obvious that she’s trying to set them up.

Will Sally’s plan pay off?

Will the ship known as McKiss be setting sail anytime soon?

One to watch: Tuesday 28 April at 7pm on E4.

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