Last night Coronation Street tried to out-do EastEnders' dramatic death of Heather Trott by unmasking the culprit behind the 'Who Killed Frank?' storyline - and it was Anne Foster.
Cheryl Cole's prediction proved correct as the victim's mother, played by Gwen Taylor, tried to cover her tracks by leaving Sally Webster (Sally Dynevor) for dead.
Gwen Taylor as her smiley self
Speaking to The Sun, Taylor joked: "Anne has been the nastiest character I've ever played. I might have to get a bodyguard!
"Anne's been awful. She's been very unkind and cruel and the way she's turned on Sally is terrible. But at the end, Anne's on the verge of madness. I'm a criminal!"
She continued: "I hoped I'd get to play a character this evil one day. They are always more interesting and I'd like to do it again. It's nice to play someone with no redeeming features. You have to find out why people are like this."
The actress has already filmed her final scenes on the cobbles, and is now rehearsing for a children's play in Leicester - and it sounds like a complete change of pace.
"I play a sweet old lady," she said. "I'm hoping it will be a nice change. I'm glad of the change, it does take over your life being in Corrie. I did find it draining - but brilliant too."
Corrie sweethearts on the red carpet