Bosses re-edit death scenes & Enders stars banned from 'Strictly

EastEnders bosses have been forced to re-edit a death scene to make it look authentic.

Alsatian Wellard, who departs the soap next month, could still be seen breathing after being given a lethal injection on the show.

The animal is put down by Bianca (Patsy Palmer) after it begins suffering from acute pains.

However, during the pet's final scenes its chest can be seen moving up and down.

A source told The Sun: "Yes, it does look a bit suspect. We will have to do a quick re-edit."

Wellard, who first appeared in 1994, has had several owners, including Robbie Jackson (Dean Gaffney), Gus Smith (Mo George) and Tiffany Dean (Maisie Smith).


The EastEnders cast has reportedly been banned from appearing on this year's Strictly Come Dancing.

According to The Sun, producers won't let any of their stars appear on the show because the reality series is now running for 16 weeks.

Christopher Parker (Spencer Moon), Jill Halfpenny (Kate Mitchell), Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson), Louisa Lytton (Ruby Allen) and Matt Di Angelo (Deano Wicks) have all appeared on previous series of the dance competition.

"We love the show. But we can’t spare anyone for that long," an insider told the newspaper.

However, Emma Barton (Honey Mitchell), who departs the soap later this year, is apparently in talks to appear in the sixth series.

Source Digital spy


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