Tilly Keeper teases 'unmissable' EastEnders plot

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 19 January 2017
Tilly Keeper as Louise Mitchell

Tilly Keeper as Louise Mitchell

Tilly Keeper has teased an "unmissable" plot for her 'EastEnders' character Louise Mitchell ahead of the planned Albert Square disaster

Tilly Keeper has teased an "unmissable" plot for her 'EastEnders' character Louise Mitchell.

The 19-year-old actress has been playing the daughter of Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and Lisa Fowler (Lucy Benjamin) on the popular BBC soap since January 2016, and has teased a dramatic storyline set to take place on Monday (23.01.17).

She told The Sun Online: "I can't say much at the minute. All I'll say is that next week's episodes are HUGE and unmissable.

"It was exciting to film and I can't wait to see the audience's reaction.

"I can't say anything else! My lips are sealed. All I will say is make sure you tune in."

Earlier this week, it was revealed that a horrific event is set to cause havoc in Walford and could see a popular character killed off in Albert Square, although soap's bosses are keeping details under wraps.

The forthcoming episode starts off with a disruption on the market as stall owners, including Martin Fowler (James Bye), find out about plans for their businesses to be relocated away from the square.

However, the chaos soon unfolds as a life and death storyline unravels, which sees residents come together to save one and other, with one person potentially meeting their grizzly end amongst the drama.

An inside source said recently: "The ink is barely dry on Roxy and Ronnie's death certificates, and now tragedy looks set to strike again! Lives are definitely on the line."

Meanwhile, bosses are refusing to comment further on any "speculative stories", as they don't want to ruin the surprise for viewers.

An 'EastEnders' spokesperson said: "We know how much our audience hate to have any future storylines spoilt so we will not comment on speculative stories."

Whilst another source confirmed: "'EastEnders' bosses are staying tight-lipped until the episode airs.

"What happens will be completely unexpected, and feel like a real bolt out of the blue."

'EastEnders' fans can see the scenes kick off on Monday's (23.01.17) episode on BBC One at 8pm.

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