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EastEnders twist as Chrissie Watts finally released from jail in Queen Vic takeover plot?

Chrissie Watts from EASTENDERS may return to the Square in the coming months on the BBC soap, as the Queen Vic appears to be in need of a new owner once Mick Carter departs Walford.

Chrissie (Tracy Ann Oberman) is one of the most well-known EastEnders characters, as she was the villainous Den Watts’ final wife (Leslie Grantham). Despite teaming up with Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) and Zoe Slater (Michelle Ryan) to get revenge on the love rat who had been sleeping with them all at the same time, the ruthless character was the one who ended up killing her husband. Viewers are desperate to see the former landlady of the Queen Vic released from prison after more than 15 years, as one of her accomplices returns to the BBC soap this year.

Fans were devastated to see the character leave in December 2005 after her crimes were finally exposed, despite the fact that she had only been on the show for less than two years.

Chrissie was at the center of some hard-hitting storylines over the course of 18 months, including making enemies left, right, and center with some of the show’s biggest characters and obtaining the Queen Vic.

Mick (Danny Dyer) and his wife Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) are the current proprietors of the pub, which has changed hands several times since she was imprisoned.

Later this year, the establishment’s landlord will bid farewell to his life on the Square as Sam returns to the show to cause more trouble for the Mitchell family.

However, as she makes her bid to become the new owner of the Queen Vic, she may discover that someone else has already done so…Chrissie.

Sam was surprised because she assumed Chrissie was still in prison, but the jailbird will have unfinished business now that she has been released for a few months.

She will become a foundation of Walford once more by running the pub, and she will be featured in several storylines with various characters.

She’ll have a score to settle with the Mitchells, as well as the Slaters, and may end up clashing with a few characters she hasn’t met yet.

With the killer back behind the bar, it appears she may be returning to the show for the long haul, which would be welcomed by fans.

Following the announcement that actress Kim, who played Sam on the soap during Chrissie’s tenure, would be returning this year, fans took to Twitter to express their feelings about Den’s ex-wife also returning.

Carol penned the following on the social media platform: “My grandson and I were just talking about how great it would be if Chrissie Watts came back and killed Gray! #EastEnders.”

would be @TracyAnnO to return as Chrissie. Come on bring back this Queen #EastEnders.”

John remarked: “Surely #Chrissie is due a return…give her the keys to the Vic @bbceastenders @TracyAnnO #EastEnders.”

Rich shared: “If Mick Carter’s gonna be selling the Vic… I want Sharon to put an offer in… only to be rejected at the final hurdle – and in walks in Chrissie Watts #EastEnders.”

Following the news Mick would be leaving earlier this year, Soph commented: “Now bring back Chrissie Watts to run the Vic!! #EastEnders.”

Tracy Ann, who played Chrissie from 2004 to 2005, has previously spoken out about her decision to return to the show a decade later.

Prior to the soap’s 35th anniversary celebrations in 2019, the actress stated that she would be open to reprising her role.

Tracy responded after being told that viewers wanted her back on the Square: “It’s humbling, in my opinion.

“Being a part of EastEnders is an incredible experience, and being a part of the murdering of Dirty Den was even more thrilling.

“So I’ll take it as a compliment as she [did make] an impact with people, that character and it was beautifully written.”

Tracy told the Good Morning Britain team, “I do think it’s great to have had a character who made that much of an impact.”

“You never say never,” the soap star said when asked if she would return. When that phone call comes, she’ll have served [more prison time] than most actual murderers!”

In a 2010 interview, six years after leaving the show, the actress expressed interest in seeing what happened to her alter-ego.

Tracy said: “The character was fantastic. When you’re in a soap, you can’t really do any other work, so it’s nice to have done loads of other stuff.

“But I really liked that character, and she was on her way to prison, so it’d be nice to wrap up that story in some way,” she told CultBox.

“I was put on a shortlist for EastEnders and I was the only one whose name I hadn’t heard of,” the actress said of landing the role of Chrissie almost 20 years ago.

“When I walked in, there was Leslie Grantham, whom I recognized from her glory days as Anita Dobson’s Angie.”

“I was late because I’d been doing a voice-over and he said, ‘Are you the girl from the voiceover?’ and I said, ‘Are you the one who’s been dead for 15 years?’ and that was it.

“It was a far more tumultuous 18 months than I had anticipated.”

“The production team kept changing, and my original storyline went out the window,” she explained in an interview with The Arts Desk. “Within months of being there, I ended up running the Queen Vic.”

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Chrissie Watts from EASTENDERS may return to the Square in the coming months on the BBC soap, as the Queen Vic appears to be in need of a new owner once Mick Carter departs Walford.

Chrissie (Tracy Ann Oberman) is one of the most well-known EastEnders characters, as she was the villainous Den Watts’ final wife (Leslie Grantham). Despite teaming up with Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) and Zoe Slater (Michelle Ryan) to get revenge on the love rat who had been sleeping with them all at the same time, the ruthless character was the one who ended up killing her husband. Viewers are desperate to see the former landlady of the Queen Vic released from prison after more than 15 years, as one of her accomplices returns to the BBC soap this year.

Fans were devastated to see the character leave in December 2005 after her crimes were finally exposed, despite the fact that she had only been on the show for less than two years.

Chrissie was at the center of some hard-hitting storylines over the course of 18 months, including making enemies left, right, and center with some of the show’s biggest characters and obtaining the Queen Vic.

Mick (Danny Dyer) and his wife Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) are the current proprietors of the pub, which has changed hands several times since she was imprisoned.

Later this year, the establishment’s landlord will bid farewell to his life on the Square as Sam returns to the show to cause more trouble for the Mitchell family.

However, as she makes her bid to become the new owner of the Queen Vic, she may discover that someone else has already done so…Chrissie.

Sam was surprised because she assumed Chrissie was still in prison, but the jailbird will have unfinished business now that she has been released for a few months.

She will become a foundation of Walford once more by running the pub, and she will be featured in several storylines with various characters.

She’ll have a score to settle with the Mitchells, as well as the Slaters, and may end up clashing with a few characters she hasn’t met yet.

With the killer back behind the bar, it appears she may be returning to the show for the long haul, which would be welcomed by fans.

Following the announcement that actress Kim, who played Sam on the soap during Chrissie’s tenure, would be returning this year, fans took to Twitter to express their feelings about Den’s ex-wife also returning.

Carol penned the following on the social media platform: “My grandson and I were just talking about how great it would be if Chrissie Watts came back and killed Gray! #EastEnders.”

would be @TracyAnnO to return as Chrissie. Come on bring back this Queen #EastEnders.”

John remarked: “Surely #Chrissie is due a return…give her the keys to the Vic @bbceastenders @TracyAnnO #EastEnders.”

Rich shared: “If Mick Carter’s gonna be selling the Vic… I want Sharon to put an offer in… only to be rejected at the final hurdle – and in walks in Chrissie Watts #EastEnders.”

Following the news Mick would be leaving earlier this year, Soph commented: “Now bring back Chrissie Watts to run the Vic!! #EastEnders.”

Tracy Ann, who played Chrissie from 2004 to 2005, has previously spoken out about her decision to return to the show a decade later.

Prior to the soap’s 35th anniversary celebrations in 2019, the actress stated that she would be open to reprising her role.

Tracy responded after being told that viewers wanted her back on the Square: “It’s humbling, in my opinion.

“Being a part of EastEnders is an incredible experience, and being a part of the murdering of Dirty Den was even more thrilling.

“So I’ll take it as a compliment as she [did make] an impact with people, that character and it was beautifully written.”

Tracy told the Good Morning Britain team, “I do think it’s great to have had a character who made that much of an impact.”

“You never say never,” the soap star said when asked if she would return. When that phone call comes, she’ll have served [more prison time] than most actual murderers!”

In a 2010 interview, six years after leaving the show, the actress expressed interest in seeing what happened to her alter-ego.

Tracy said: “The character was fantastic. When you’re in a soap, you can’t really do any other work, so it’s nice to have done loads of other stuff.

“But I really liked that character, and she was on her way to prison, so it’d be nice to wrap up that story in some way,” she told CultBox.

“I was put on a shortlist for EastEnders and I was the only one whose name I hadn’t heard of,” the actress said of landing the role of Chrissie almost 20 years ago.

“When I walked in, there was Leslie Grantham, whom I recognized from her glory days as Anita Dobson’s Angie.”

“I was late because I’d been doing a voice-over and he said, ‘Are you the girl from the voiceover?’ and I said, ‘Are you the one who’s been dead for 15 years?’ and that was it.

“It was a far more tumultuous 18 months than I had anticipated.”

“The production team kept changing, and my original storyline went out the window,” she explained in an interview with The Arts Desk. “Within months of being there, I ended up running the Queen Vic.”

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Chrissie Watts from EASTENDERS may return to the Square in the coming months on the BBC soap, as the Queen Vic appears to be in need of a new owner once Mick Carter departs Walford.

Chrissie (Tracy Ann Oberman) is one of the most well-known EastEnders characters, as she was the villainous Den Watts’ final wife (Leslie Grantham). Despite teaming up with Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) and Zoe Slater (Michelle Ryan) to get revenge on the love rat who had been sleeping with them all at the same time, the ruthless character was the one who ended up killing her husband. Viewers are desperate to see the former landlady of the Queen Vic released from prison after more than 15 years, as one of her accomplices returns to the BBC soap this year.

Fans were devastated to see the character leave in December 2005 after her crimes were finally exposed, despite the fact that she had only been on the show for less than two years.

Chrissie was at the center of some hard-hitting storylines over the course of 18 months, including making enemies left, right, and center with some of the show’s biggest characters and obtaining the Queen Vic.

Mick (Danny Dyer) and his wife Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) are the current proprietors of the pub, which has changed hands several times since she was imprisoned.

Later this year, the establishment’s landlord will bid farewell to his life on the Square as Sam returns to the show to cause more trouble for the Mitchell family.

However, as she makes her bid to become the new owner of the Queen Vic, she may discover that someone else has already done so…Chrissie.

Sam was surprised because she assumed Chrissie was still in prison, but the jailbird will have unfinished business now that she has been released for a few months.

She will become a foundation of Walford once more by running the pub, and she will be featured in several storylines with various characters.

She’ll have a score to settle with the Mitchells, as well as the Slaters, and may end up clashing with a few characters she hasn’t met yet.

With the killer back behind the bar, it appears she may be returning to the show for the long haul, which would be welcomed by fans.

Following the announcement that actress Kim, who played Sam on the soap during Chrissie’s tenure, would be returning this year, fans took to Twitter to express their feelings about Den’s ex-wife also returning.

Carol penned the following on the social media platform: “My grandson and I were just talking about how great it would be if Chrissie Watts came back and killed Gray! #EastEnders.”

would be @TracyAnnO to return as Chrissie. Come on bring back this Queen #EastEnders.”

John remarked: “Surely #Chrissie is due a return…give her the keys to the Vic @bbceastenders @TracyAnnO #EastEnders.”

Rich shared: “If Mick Carter’s gonna be selling the Vic… I want Sharon to put an offer in… only to be rejected at the final hurdle – and in walks in Chrissie Watts #EastEnders.”

Following the news Mick would be leaving earlier this year, Soph commented: “Now bring back Chrissie Watts to run the Vic!! #EastEnders.”

Tracy Ann, who played Chrissie from 2004 to 2005, has previously spoken out about her decision to return to the show a decade later.

Prior to the soap’s 35th anniversary celebrations in 2019, the actress stated that she would be open to reprising her role.

Tracy responded after being told that viewers wanted her back on the Square: “It’s humbling, in my opinion.

“Being a part of EastEnders is an incredible experience, and being a part of the murdering of Dirty Den was even more thrilling.

“So I’ll take it as a compliment as she [did make] an impact with people, that character and it was beautifully written.”

Tracy told the Good Morning Britain team, “I do think it’s great to have had a character who made that much of an impact.”

“You never say never,” the soap star said when asked if she would return. When that phone call comes, she’ll have served [more prison time] than most actual murderers!”

In a 2010 interview, six years after leaving the show, the actress expressed interest in seeing what happened to her alter-ego.

Tracy said: “The character was fantastic. When you’re in a soap, you can’t really do any other work, so it’s nice to have done loads of other stuff.

“But I really liked that character, and she was on her way to prison, so it’d be nice to wrap up that story in some way,” she told CultBox.

“I was put on a shortlist for EastEnders and I was the only one whose name I hadn’t heard of,” the actress said of landing the role of Chrissie almost 20 years ago.

“When I walked in, there was Leslie Grantham, whom I recognized from her glory days as Anita Dobson’s Angie.”

“I was late because I’d been doing a voice-over and he said, ‘Are you the girl from the voiceover?’ and I said, ‘Are you the one who’s been dead for 15 years?’ and that was it.

“It was a far more tumultuous 18 months than I had anticipated.”

“The production team kept changing, and my original storyline went out the window,” she explained in an interview with The Arts Desk. “Within months of being there, I ended up running the Queen Vic.”

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