The ’Enders Live Week climaxes with the much-anticipated Who Killed Lucy Beale? extravaganza. There will be flashbacks to the night of her death, which gives Lucy (Hetti Bywater) the chance to return, along with Jake (Jamie Lomas) and the high priestess of shambling chic Rainie (Tanya Franks). Part of tonight’s episode is live as the killer is finally revealed and, with the soap at the top of its game on its 30th anniversary and a raft of shifty suspects to choose from, it should be a proper shocker. Hannah Verdier
The sun-kissed crime series continues tonight, with another roster of top guest stars lining up as potential victims and suspects.
Hetti Bywater - EastEnders' Lucy Beale - gets involved in another whodunit, while Will Mellor, Dean Lennox Kelly and Claire Goose also take a trip to Saint Marie.
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After the return of the
The British actor - who plays Officer Dwayne Myers in the BBC crime series - told Digital Spy that he would welcome Chris Barrie, Craig Charles and Robert Llewellyn on the set if the chance came along.
"It would be really interesting," he said. "I think that providing they didn't bring them in to play a Rimmer-esque character or a Lister-esque character, I suppose anything's possible.
"We've had many other famous people performing in Death in Paradise so I don't see why not. We might."
A host of guest stars have appeared on the show during its first three series, while the likes of Hetti Bywater, Will Mellor and Tyger Drew-Honey will feature in the upcoming fourth run.
Speaking about the show's growing popularity, he said: "It's one of those shows
The duo will return to screens as part of the annual fundraiser, which will be shown live on the BBC next Friday (November 14).
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They will be joined by Sir Bruce Forsyth, who is making a special return to the dance floor as four young ballroom champions take part in a competition alongside the Strictly professionals.
Meanwhile, the stars of EastEnders past and present will make appearances as Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) is visited by ghosts from his life, including mum Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth), ex-wife Cindy (Michelle Collins) and
Former Harry Potter actor Matthew Lewis, soap star Michelle Collins and comic actress Sally Phillips will also feature in the upcoming fourth series, reports Radio Times.
James Fox, Francis Magee, Nick Moran, Colin McFarlane, Jo Absolom and Gary Lewis have also been added to the guest cast list.
Merrells recently confirmed his guest role during an interview with Digital Spy.
They join the previously announced guest stars Natalie Gumede, Simon Day, Ali Bastian, Will Mellor, Tyger Drew-Honey, Hetti Bywater, Leo Staar and Amy Nuttall among others.
Filming has begun in Guadeloupe for the fourth series, with Sara Martins and Danny John-Jules also returning as Camille and Dwayne.
However, Gary Carr has reportedly left the show as Fidel, after the character left Saint Marie for a new job, and will be
He said: "The killer doesn't know who they are yet, that's the truth. But they will be told about a month before."
The identity of the killer is set to be revealed during the show's 30th anniversary week of live specials in February according to Treadwell-Collins.
The last time Eastenders staged a live episode it was for the 25th anniversary when it was unveiled that Stacey Slater killed Archie Mitchell on Christmas Day.
Lucy Beale was killed off back in April after Hetti Bywater spent 2 years in the role.
The storylines during the anniversary week are set to focus on some of the show's oldest characters including Ian Beale and Dot Cotten.
Watch a trailer for Eastenders below:
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