EastEnders fans could be in with a possibility showing up on the cleanser as BBC managers plan to highlight one of London’s famous yearly occasions without precedent for an impending unique episode.
It arose on Christmas Day that Jay Brown’s (Jamie Borthwick) late spouse Lola (Danielle Harold) had enlisted him and Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton) to run the London Long distance race before she passed on from disease.
Entertainer Jamie, 29, and his co-star Emma, 46, will really run in the race when it happens on Sunday 21 April.
Notwithstanding, they will be in character as they carry on scenes for the program, with the recording expected to air the next week.
This will be the initial time the London Long distance race has at any point highlighted in EastEnders and it will allow fans an opportunity to show up.
As Jamie and Emma run along the course, the individuals who line the roads to help the sprinters should have been visible on screen.
Previous EastEnders cast part Danielle Harold made an unforeseen return for the Christmas Day episode last month.
The entertainer, 31, made an appearance in the BBC drama after her personality Lola Pearce kicked the bucket in May following a fight with terminal mind malignant growth.
Lola made a post mortem return on Christmas Day as she showed up in a close to home video message recorded for her family before her demise.
The scenes saw Lola addressing her accomplice Jay and her girl Lexi (Isabella Brown) as they opened their Christmas presents.
Lola advised Jay to open his first as the family all lounged around the front room, before Lexi let him know he would have been running the London Long distance race.
She then said on the video: ‘You will crush this I guarantee, Lex, don’t allow him to slack, alright?’
To which Lexi answered: ‘I won’t mum.’
Only days prior, Lola had showed up in one more Christmas video message recorded for Jay.
She said: ‘Well I needed to come and make proper acquaintance, isn’t that right? Once more, it’s that season. Season of tomfoolery, giggling, wizardry. Wishes working out.
‘Also, my desire for you is that your Christmas is all that it ought to be. Fun, senseless games, family bust-ups in light of the fact that it’s not Christmas without a family beat down.
‘What I need to tell you is Happy holidays. I don’t assume it’s been all that joyful however, has it?
‘Since when you love somebody, when you truly love somebody, the possibility of losing them makes you rage. There’s been times when I’ve needed to start off and torch everything.
‘I guess you’ve had a few minutes like that throughout recent months, eh?
‘However, that is completely fine. You’re not a holy person, and you don’t need to be. You’re simply a beautiful person attempting to keep his family intact.
‘I can’t resist the urge to be furious. I love you, and I in every case generally will.’
Entertainer Danielle left the BBC drama recently after her personality Lola Pearce passed on following an unfortunate fight with terminal mind disease.
It was named the ‘saddest ever’ exit by fans, and saw Danielle win Best Driving Entertainer the English Cleanser Grants.