EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa has revealed that backstage on the show, everybody’s speculating about the identity of Kat Moon’s lover, and all the cast – including Jessie Wallace who of course plays Kat – are gagging to know who the mystery man is!
There are of course five suspects; Max, Jack and Derek Branning, as well as Ray Dixon and Michael Moon, however, Jacqueline’s hoping that Kat’s lover might be somebody right out of left field!
She said, “I started a rumour around the set that it would be a celebrity guest appearance.
“I said it would be Peter Andre and some of the new cast believed it as well!” Read more & comment »
So, we have all now seen Kat Moon (Jessie Wallace) commit the uncharacteristic (?) act of adultery on Wednesday night’s EastEnders followed by a very sheepish and guilt ridden attempt to shoo away her new, and very desperate it would seem, male admirer on Thursday, but just who is it she has embarked on a summer fling with? Unreality TV investigates!
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EastEnders star Chucky Venn, who plays the role of barman and chef Ray Dixon, has revealed that there’s a good deal more to his character than we’ve as yet seen.
And though he wouldn’t – or couldn’t – reveal if Ray is to be the mystery man with whom Kat Moon (Jessie Wallace) is about to embark on an affair, he did say that he thought it would be out of character for Ray, but added, “we all have our dark sides.”
Speaking to Inside Soap magazine, Chucky went on to say that his character’s girlfriend, Kim Fox (Tameka Empson) should be enough of a woman to keep any man happy!
But of the affair plotline, he said, “Kat’s a saucy minx, and what man wouldn’t want to get involved with her?
“[But] Ray is a loyal, caring father – but we all have our dark sides… Read more & comment »
It’s no secret that Kat Moon struggles to keep her knickers on when a man – any man at all it seems – chats her up, and of course, poor long suffering mug Alfie (Shane Richie) always but always forgives her…
However, as Kat (Jessie Wallace) is about to embark on an affair with one of the Square’s residents, will this too close to home dangerous liaison prove to be the straw that breaks Alfie’s back where Kat’s infidelity is concerned?
Well, that of course remains to be seen, but the BBC have officially confirmed that there are five runners – or perhaps more aptly, riders – in the Who’s Doing Kat stakes, and they are, Derek Branning and his brothers Max and Jack, Ray Dixon and Michael Moon.
The five men are all going to wander into the sights of human Venus Flytrap Kat as she organises the Queen Vic’s football team… Read more & comment »