Metro's EastEnders interview descends into utter chaos and it's a treat for all
It’s universally accepted that Metro.co.uk is THE most influential brand, so where better for Heather Peace to issue a plea to Kim Woodburn, begging her to meet up for lunch?
The EastEnders actress, best known for playing Eve Unwin, was reduced to hysterics as she discussed the moment a fan paid for a video from confrontational reality star Kim, in which she offered advice to Suki Panesar over her affair with Eve.
At the time, Kim had no idea that she was discussing a fictional storyline, as she gave Suki a ticking off and warned her that the grass isn’t always greener.
The iconic video, shared by Twitter/X user @heloisenfeu more than tickled Heather’s funny bone and, in a chaotic interview with Metro.co.uk on the red carpet of the Inside Soap Awards, she declared her love for Kim.
‘Can I meet Kim Woodburn, I genuinely adore that woman?’
Looking directly down the camera to manifest a response, she added: ‘Kim please, if you’re at a loose end – I know you can’t ring me but maybe you can get in touch with Metro and we can go for lunch? She’s awesome.’
We’re on it, our mission accepted!
With six awards, it was a brilliant night for EastEnders, and the atmosphere was rubbing off on Heather and Balvinder.
In three minutes of joyful carnage, which our interviewer Maisie reckons might be up there with one of our maddest, the pair dissolved into giggles and couldn’t decide who is meant to stand on which side.
To add to it all, a high-spirited James Farrar then gatecrashed the chat and shared his love with his co-stars before making a hasty retreat.
The more the merrier, as far as we’re concerned.
Believe it or not, amid the pandemonium, we did actually get some answers as well.
The pair promised a lot to come for Suki and Eve, confirming it’s far from over.
As for what that future holds, Balvinder was cleverly cryptic, managing to say both very little and a lot.
Addressing the Christmas murder, they mused over the various theories – with Heather quipping that none of them are correct.
As for the big prizes of the night, EastEnders continued a winning streak with another Best Soap trophy.
The tragic Lola plot was named by the voting public as the top soap storyline of the year, with Danielle Harold taking home Best Actress, co-star Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown) winning Best Actor and Lexi star Isabelle Brown declared as the Best Young Performer.
Max Bowden was also named this year’s Soap Superstar.
Not a bad night for the soap very much in its resurgence era – no wonder the gang are laughing!
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