CORONATION Street fans have predicted a new romance between Daisy Midgeley and Daniel Osbourne after sparks flew between the pair during a heated exchange.
Friday night's episode of the ITV show saw Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) ask Daniel (Rob Mallard) to write an exposé article about the dodgy pyramid scheme, Double Glammy.
Sean was determined to expose the scheme and requested Daniel Osbourne write about the shady company in the Weatherfield Gazette.
But Daisy (Charlotte Jordan) had been hoping to use her earnings from the make-up company to secure a loan to buy the Rovers Return with step mum Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews).
After she finally managed to convince Jenny to buy the pub together, Daisy heard of Daniel's plans to expose the company.
And she wasted no time in trying to persuade him not to submit his story to the local newspaper.
As the pair sat in a restaurant together, Daisy was clearly flirting with Daniel in a bid to change his mind.
After she questioned his report, Daniel argued: "I wouldn’t say it was condemning," as she replied: "I am part of that system."
While sparks appear to fly, their flirty chat quickly ended with Daisy storming out of the restaurant after Daniel revealed that his story had already been published online.
Following their tense exchange, Corrie viewers flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on the potential new romance.
One person asked: "Daniel & Daisy the next couple.. ?? … #Corrie,"
"Ok but Daisy and Daniel though #corrie," another said, while a third added: "I… kind of ship Daniel and Daisy #corrie."
"Can see Daisy and Daniel getting together #Corrie," a fourth viewer wrote.
Things went from bad to worse for Daisy later in the episode when she discovered that her account had been closed.
But she's yet to tell Jenny the bad news or how it will affect their plans to buy the pub.
Ryan is currently dating Alya Nazir but the ITV soap has hinted at a new shock romance between him and Daisy.
The flirty exchange comes after actress Charlotte Jordan recently hinted at a "dangerous" future ahead for her character.
"I'd love Daisy to be an iconic bad girl – why not? I don't know what the long-term plans are, but she's somebody who will do whatever needs to be done to protect herself. That makes her quite dangerous, so I actually think potentially she could be as bad as Tracy Barlow," actress Charlotte told Digital Spy.
"It's great to come in and cause some mischief and raise eyebrows. People like that are much more fun to play."
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