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EastEnders’ Danny Dyer sparks fan frenzy after teasing on-screen affair with Walford icon

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The Mick Carter actor took to Instagram to give fans a glimpse from behind the scenes of the BBC One soap

A behind-the-scenes video shot at Elstree Studios has astonished EastEnders viewers. Since 2013, the actor—who currently portrays Mick Carter on the BBC soap opera—has used Instagram to show fans what a typical day for an actor on the network is like.

The 45-year-old takes the audience on a tour of the facility while introducing us to key team members and some well-known individuals. Danny makes fun of the fact that Heather Peace, who plays Eve Unwin, likes watermelon, whereas Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey Slater, consumes a lot of toast.

EastEnders viewers were enraged at the pair’s sarcastic remarks and flocked to the comments section to demand that the plot develop.

One user remarked: “I know he said this in jest, but Sharon and Mick having a relationship, well, that would be extremely intriguing.”
“Tish looks so thin x, would love for you two to get together,” a second said. “Ahhh would love for it to happen,” said a third.
As the actor is scheduled to leave the show later this year in a “explosive storyline,” some fans pleaded with Danny Dyer to stay in his role as The Queen Vic landlord.On their podcast Sorted with the Dyers, Danny and daughter Dani had a conversation about why Danny was leaving the serial opera. Danny made sure to emphasize that he would like to leave the door open for a potential comeback in the future.

“Let me tell you something – Mick’s exit is going to be a very, very powerful thing. I would love the door to be left open, and as far as I know it is,” he said. “So who knows. When I go out there and I fail miserably I can come back with my tail between my legs and go, ‘Will you take me back?'”

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