Their account promised to let slip secret plot lines, as long as followers retweet their cryptic clues enough times, which is inevitable among the loyal supporters of the ITV soap.
In a matter of minutes, Emmerdale's retweet request was shared over 300 times and promoted a glimpse into a leaked script, which read: "They tried to resuscitate her. But she was gone. There was nothing they could do…”
When the post garnered enough of a response from fans, Emmerdale's social media team followed with: "You look so pretty sat there. You really have no idea how much I love you.”
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They tried to resuscitate her. But she was gone
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A third line read: "You obviously feel something or you wouldn’t have brought Rebecca up…”
Viewers have since dug out their detective caps and speculated that either Rebecca (played Emily Head) will ruin Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) and Robert Sugden's (Ryan Hawley) wedding, which is more than likely, or that the ominous pasts spell disaster for Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) and Ross Barton (Michael Parr).
Debbie's return has already been laced with trouble as she's set to clash with mum Charity (Emma Atkins) over bad boy Ross. The Dales' heroine fled the village after learning that Ross shot fellow villain Robert.
Rebecca White appears to be at the centre of whatever disaster is around the corner in Emmerdale
“I’m sure it will cause some kind of drama between her and Charity," Charley told Daily Star. “I think she’ll definitely have something to say about it, she has something to say about everything.
“There’ll definitely be some kind of cat fight I suppose but I don’t know how Debbie’s gonna feel about Ross when she gets back.”
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.