SHARON Mitchell is set to reach breaking point in EastEnders next week as she begins to crumble under the pressure of Mel Owens increasingly deranged revenge threats.
As the week gets underway Mel is determined to mark Louise Mitchells birthday with a party even though the teen is reluctant.
Sharon Mitchell is set to reach breaking point in EastEnders next week as she begins to crumble under the pressure of Mel Owens increasingly deranged revenge threats
She then begins to goad Keanu about his secret, hinting she knows everything in front of Louise and Lisa, causing him to panic.
Later, Ben confronts Mel and pleads with her to stop tormenting pregnant Sharon whos played by Walford legend Letitia Dean – but hes left intrigued when she mentions a Mitchell family secret.
A curious Ben questions Sharon over Mels words, but hes left disappointed when she quickly plays things down.
As Lous birthday arrives, Mel continues to provoke Keanu about his secret.
Sharon’s s left chilled when she sees just how determined Mel is for revenge in a tense face off
She then leaves everyone stunned when she reveals Louises hugely expensive present. When Sharon learns about the grand gesture, she speaks to Lisa and plants seeds of doubts in her mind about Mels behaviour. But, even though Lisa is concerned, she ignores Sharon.
Later, at The Vic, Sharon is fed up of Mels games and decides to confront her. But shes left chilled when she sees just how determined Mel is for revenge.
Actress Tamzin Outhwaite who plays Mel is set to bow out of the BBC soap in the coming weeks, two years after returning to the role.
The Sun Online exclusively revealed back in July that Tamzin had quit and that shed be leaving with an explosive storyline.
Ben confronts Mel and pleads with her to stop tormenting pregnant Sharon
Speaking about her decision to leave, Tamzin said: When John [Yorke] asked me to return to EastEnders back in 2017, I jumped at the chance to play Mel once more but it was only supposed to be for a year.
That year quickly passed and I agreed to stay on for another, but now the time feels right to once again pursue other challenges.
I will of course miss so many people here at EastEnders, and I will forever have good memories of my time at the show, but I am also excited to experience new roles outside of Walford.