Hollyoaks star reveals if Jordan has genuine feelings for Leela after shock kiss
With chemistry aplenty, Jordan Price (Connor Calland) and Leela Lomax (Kirsty Leigh Porter) gave into temptation during tonight’s episode of Hollyoaks, as they shared a passionate kiss.
It was a tense episode all-round, as — picking up from where the previous left off — Jordan found himself trapped in his vehicle after Kyle’s (Adam Rickitt) own car collided with it.
Following the collision, the young man asked Peri (Ruby O’Donnell) to leave, as he didn’t want word of their relationship to spill out just yet, and she complied with his request.
Leela arrived with the rescue service, and promised to free Jordan — who couldn’t help but flirt with her as she did so. However, Leela made quite the discovery, as she realised Jordan had been living in his car.
As a result, she informed him he could move in with her, and — as they bonded on the sofa — they realised that they weren’t all that different.
Before long, passion ensued, but — with Jordan having something of a penchant for using people to get what he wants — one can’t help but wonder if he’s using Leela as well? Or does he actually care about her?
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, actor Connor Calland said: ‘I think there is a care for Leela. He owes so much to Leela that’s sort of unspoken — for taking Sid in, for a start.
‘For helping Jordan out, for when he’s in this dire situation and she helps him out in a very big way.
‘He owes a lot to her, and he latches on to her a little bit better.
‘With Leela coming more into the frame. I think he sees what he wants and goes for it.’
Will an affair ensue?
Hollyoaks continues Monday 1 June at 7pm on E4. Hollyoaks Favourites resumes tomorrow at 7pm on E4, and find out which classic instalments are on offer next week here.
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