EastEnders legend reveals surprise friendship with Traitors ‘villain’ Paul

Paul's facing criticism that he's making his role too obvious

HE’S thrown himself into his role as a Traitor with gusto and is relishing being a pantomime villain.

Paul Gorton is shaping up to be the series’ anti-hero and has a famous name cheering him on at home.

Paul Gorton has a big fan in the form of an EastEnders legend
Paul Gorton has a big fan in the form of an EastEnders legendCredit: Natalie Cassidy
Natalie Cassidy is cheering on Traitor Paul
Natalie Cassidy is cheering on Traitor PaulCredit: Getty

It seems he has a connection to EastEnders legend Natalie Cassidy following an Instagram post in which she lent him her support.

Taking a picture of Paul on screen in her living room, Natalie wrote: “My mind is blown.

“Come on Paul!!!!”

She tagged the reality star’s personal Instagram account as well as the Chatabix Podcast, which he works on with comedians Joe Wilkinson and David Earl.

Last night the Traitors’ first victim was revealed as 67-year-old Aubrey.

Paul likened his murder to eating dark chocolate before cackling menacingly.

Fans are warning him to be careful though, as they fear he’s making it too obvious he’s a Traitor.

One said: “How can they not think Paul is not a traitor. It is so obvious. #thetraitors.”

Another chimed in: “I can’t believe no one picked up on it but Paul did the MOST traitorous act by ‘doing the right thing’ and fessing up that his group had the shield – if he hadn’t, all nine would have effectively had immunity which would have been rubbish for the traitors.”

A third added: “Catching up on Episode 2 and Paul is way, WAY too obvious as a Traitor. He might as well wear a neon sign around his neck that says ‘I am a Traitor’. If he makes to the final few I will be amazed.”

Paul is relishing being a Traitor
Paul is relishing being a TraitorCredit: BBC
Source: https://edition.cnn.com/

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