BBC EastEnders Christmas death twist sealed as Lacey Turner says ‘I’m not having it’

EastEnders actress Lacey Turner - who plays Stacey Slater - has let slip a big clue about Christmas as one man is set to die in just a few weeks' time

EastEnders actress Lacey Turner has let slip a big clue about Christmas – when one man dies this festive season.

Lacey sat down with her co-stars today for a special on BBC Three called The Six: Revealed. Hosted by Joe Swash, he delved into what might cause on of the Six – Denise (Diane Parish), Kathy (Gillian Taylforth), Linda (Kellie Bright), Sharon (Letitia Dean), Stacey (Lacey Turner) and Suki ( Balvinder Sopal ) – to kill someone this festive season.

When the discussion turned to Stacey’s year, a trailer was played – which explained how she had been targeted by Theo Hawthorne, and whilst there’s no chance he could be the Christmas victim, Stacey’s got other men she will no doubt want to target.

When host Joe Swash suggested she had form, having already murdered Archie Mitchell. The character was killed by the bust of Queen Victoria in The Queen Vic pub, before it was later revealed that Stacey was responsible.

Whilst she defended her character over the murder, she seemingly let slip a clue about the death this Christmas. “You can’t murder someone accidentally – or was it an accident, we don’t know – in the same place twice. You can’t. I’m not having it,” she said, before Kellie Bright – who plays Linda – quickly jumped in to say: “Anything can happen!”

Back in February, Lacey gave her own verdicts on who the Christmas killer was – and who wielded the fatal blow.

“When we first had the meeting about the storyline, I immediately thought it was someone who wasn’t in Albert Square yet. I don’t think it’s a character that is actually on the show at the moment, but the more that time goes on, and the more the six of us have chatted away, I feel like it’s an accidental death,” she said back in February.

“I don’t think it has been done on purpose, and I think that it’s more of a group effort rather than one sole person, and if it is one individual, then I think all of the women are covering for them. I think we all might know something we shouldn’t know and we’re all covering for each other, and maybe the person hasn’t been killed? In terms of who meets their fate, I have a certain person in mind at the moment, but I think my guess is too obvious and I’m probably wrong.”

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