EastEnders star, Diane Parish, has revealed details of her characters latest romance.
Fans of the award-winning soap will know that, in an upcoming storyline Diane’s character, Denise Fox, is to embark on a new romance with Walford veteran, Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt).
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Ian Beale and Denise Fox have been flirting to and fro for a while now, however, in next week’s episodes, we’ll see them spending the night together, albeit in somewhat unusual circumstances after they get locked in at the Minute Mart!
The comedic drama begins on Wednesday, March 6th when Denise (Diane Parish) goes to see Ian (Adam Woodyatt) to thank him for having a chat with housebound Patrick (Rudolph Walker).
However, when Ian tries to pay Denise a compliment, he fluffs it, leaving Denise somewhat insulted instead. So in an effort to make up for the gaffe, Ian later goes to the Minute Mart to buy chocolates for Denise, and all’s going well until Ian remarks that as neither of them are getting any younger, and unlikely to get any better offers, perhaps they should hook up… Read more & comment »
In forthcoming episodes of EastEnders, Denise Fox and Ian Beale are set to become more than just friends, and it’s a plot twist that’s taken actress Diane Parish, who of course plays Denise, completely by surprise!
Speaking to Inside Soap, Diane – who’s starred on the show since 2006 – said, “I didn’t see this coming at all!
“When the bosses first told me, I think there must have been some tumbleweed and a few crickets chirping – my reaction was like, ‘Eh?’
“But then I was overjoyed because Adam Woodyatt [who plays Ian] is one of the best actors in the show.
“He knows his character inside out, yet he’s always willing to try something new.” Read more & comment »
Fans of EastEnders will know that Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker) has been reliant on Denise and Kim Fox since his accident, and being the proud man he is, not being able to do things for himself is taking a toll on him…
However, when things come to a head for frustrated invalid Patrick next week, he’ll act completely out of character when he lashes out at Denise (Diane Parish) knocking her to the floor and cutting her face in the process!
The drama begins on Thursday, February 28th when a bored Patrick persuades Denise to take him out to the café for breakfast, however, while they’re there, Patrick’s furious when Denise cuts up his food, and declaring that he’s sick of being treated like a child, he demands to be taken home. Read more & comment »
EastEnders actor Chucky Venn has said there is a big surprise coming up involving his character Ray Dixon.
Show bosses have warned the star that he will soon be involved in a gripping plot-line which will see the darker side of Ray’s personality come out. Read more & comment »
As fans of EastEnders will know, Billy Mitchell’s granddaughter Lola is heavily pregnant, but the prospect of becoming a mum soon hasn’t calmed her down a whole lot, and in Monday’s visit to the Square, we’ll see her playing a prank on Denise (Diane Parish) that could well backfire on her!
We have a spoiler clip for you, and news of some schedule changes next week after the jump, but first, on the subject of Lola (Danielle Harold) pranking Denise, the bored mum to be pretends to go into labour in the café, and a shocked Denise is just about to call an ambulance – given she thinks Lola’s waters have broken – when Lola reveals a bottle of water she was hiding to carry out the joke.
However, Denise is understandably not impressed, and Lola may regret crying wolf when she goes into labour for real! Read more & comment »
EastEnders star Diane Parish – who plays fiery shopkeeper Denise Fox – has revealed that she could have been killed when a tree fell and landed on top of her car!
Diane, who formerly starred in The Bill as DC Eva Sharpe, and before that, she starred in Babyfather, for which she received the Royal Television Society’s best actress award in 2001, explained that the incident occurred just as she was about to pick her children up from school on a windy afternoon.
She told the Enfield Independent, “It could have killed my family. I was five minutes away from picking the kids up from school.
“Who knows what could have happened?”
Diane went on to explain that in the area of her home, there are a number of elderly and diseased trees that are at risk of falling… Read more & comment »