EastEnders stars weigh in on double Christmas murder theory in spin-off show

Is there more than one victim lying on The Queen Vic floor?

EastEnders spoilers follow.

EastEnders‘ huge Christmas murder mystery is ramping up as Christmas Day approaches, and speculation is rife about which unfortunate Walford man is about to lose their life – and which of The Six may be responsible for dispatching him.

The soap recently confirmed which seven men are in danger of being killed off this Christmas, while the six women who are present at The Vic with the dead body were confirmed way back in February’s flashforward episode.

But some fans are convinced that there’s a further twist on the way, and that there will actually be more than one murder victim on Christmas Day, while there has also been speculation that a previously unrevealed seventh female character might be involved too.

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The double-murder theory has now been directly addressed by some of the cast, following an appearance on BBC Three spin-off show EastEnders: The Six.

Stars Letitia Dean (Sharon Watts), Diane Parish (Denise Fox), Gillian Taylforth (Kathy Cotton), Balvinder Sopal (Suki Panesar), Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) and Kellie Bright (Linda Carter) all stopped by to speak to host – and former EastEnders star – Joe Swash about their roles as The Six.

As Joe spoke to Balvinder about Suki’s motives to commit murder, she said, “Suki’s got two men that she could kill, Nish and Ravi, both of them together, but we can’t have a double-murder and they both come as a package, so…”

But Letitia was quick to tease that fans shouldn’t necessarily rule it out, as she commented, “Maybe we could have a double-murder! Maybe.”

eastenders the six on bbc three, lacey turner, balvinder sopal and kellie bright sit on a sofa in front of a christmas tree

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Lacey then pointed out “we didn’t see the other side of the pub” in the flash-forward scenes, before Kellie said: “I mean, we’ve talked about this a little bit as well that maybe there’s somebody else in the room, haven’t we?”

Balvinder added that there could potentially be another character in the scene in The Vic “that Sharon’s talking to” when she declares the mystery man dead, as she looks towards another part of the room after speaking.

Whether there are in fact two murder victims – or if there is a surprise seventh woman involved – remains to be seen, but Cindy Beale star Michelle Collins recently addressed speculation that her character might be a part of the storyline too.

EastEnders airs on Mondays – Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer, where most episodes drop early at 6am ahead of their TV broadcast.

Source: https://edition.cnn.com/

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