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Emmerdale spoilers: Barton brothers in for huge shock at Finn's funeral

EMMERDALE is set to be emotional tonight.

Fans are in for a treat as the normal Thursday double bill will be extended to 90 minutes after last week was one episode short.

Tonight will see the arrival of a brand new storyline between Vanessa Woodfield and Charity Dingle, as teased by saucy Emmerdale spoilers.

But the ongoing story – and one viewers are emotionally invested in – will see Ross and Pete Barton lay little brother Finn to rest.

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EMOTIONAL: Pete and Ross Barton will get questions at Finn's funeral tonight

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FUNERAL: Finn will be buried next his dad James

Joe Gill left the Emmerdale cast last Thursday night as Finn, but the remaining Barton boys won't get to mourn their brother in peace.

As last night's episode closed, DS Benton revealed there were some big questions for those left following Emma's death.

The detective said there hadn't been a suicide note from Emma – though fans know there was – which opens up more mysteries.

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QUESTIONS: DS Benton said there was no suicide note from Emma

How will Ross and Pete react when they're quizzed on such a sad day? And what will the police find out?

Since the double Barton death, the lads almost turned against each other thanks to more family drama for Pete.

His one-time fling and auntie (through marriage) Moira gave birth last week and named Pete as the father.

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TRAGIC: Finn died last Thursday night

This week, it was revealed the father was actually Cain Dingle, leaving Pete heartbroken and angry.

He took it out on those around him, including Ross, though they've since put aside their differences for Finn.

Emotional scenes this week saw Ross going through Finn's music looking for an appropriate funeral song, instead finding track after track by Kylie Minogue.

Emmerdale continues tonight at 7pm and 8pm on ITV.

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