Danny Dyer And Kellie Bright To Star In EastEnders: Back To Ours

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They may have only been in the soap for two years but EastEnders’ favourites, Danny Dyer and Kellie Bright, are getting the prestigious ‘Back To Ours’ treatment.

And we couldn’t be more excited.

A mini-series that kicked off to celebrate the show’s 30th anniversary back in February this year, the iPlayer special shows ‘Enders old-timers watch back their episodes in a kind of soap-orientated Gogglebox.

The Branning, Jackman, Moon, Mitchell, and Fox family have all taken part in the show so far, with them all watching episodes from absolutely yonks ago, but now it’s the Carter clan’s turn.

And it’s not as though they’re short of storylines to talk about, is it?

With Danny and Kellie’s respective characters, Mick and Linda, due to tie the knot on New Year’s day, viewers will be invited to join them in reliving some of their most iconic Albert Square moments.

Speaking about the show, Kellie explained: “Filming ‘Back to Ours’ was such a great way to look back on everything Danny and I have done since arriving on the Square.

“We had so much fun watching all the old clips of our big moments. It brought back so many memories!”

It has not been confirmed which scenes the duo will be looking back on, but they are certainly not short of choices.

Since arriving on the square on Christmas Day in 2013, the Carters have taken over the Queen Vic, Linda was raped by Mick’s brother, Dean, and Mick discovered that his sister, Shirley was actually his mother.

There was also an emotional storyline that saw their youngest son, Johnny, come out as gay as well as dealing with their other kids’, Lee and Nancy’s, depression and epilepsy respectively.

The episode will be available on BBC iPlayer from January 1 2016 at 7.30pm for 30 days, and we can’t wait.

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