For fans of EastEnders, Bobby Brazier’s major new project is unfortunate.

Bobby is working on a new project that is unrelated to EastEnders. (Image: ITV/Shutterstock/Ken McKay)

The departure of Freddie Slater (Bobby Brazier) from Albert Square to live with his mother Little Mo (Kacey Ainsworth) devastated EastEnders viewers, and it appears that he might be gone for some time to come.

In order to allow actor Bobby Brazier to concentrate on his preparation for Strictly Come Dancing, Freddie was momentarily written out of the program.

In the suspenseful sequences preceding his departure, Freddie used an iron to attack the ominous stalker Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) and prevent Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) from being sexually assaulted.

Stacey enlisted Eve Unwin’s (Heather Peace) assistance to change the crime scene so that it appeared as though Freddie had acted in self-defense while Theo was unconscious and bleeding profusely.
In spite of their best efforts, Bobby was arrested and charged with attempted murder before being questioned.

Nanny Jean Slater (Gillian Wright), who urged Freddie to spend some time away from the Square after the police released him, advised him to do so in order to avoid disclosing the true events of that evening.

Bobby has dazzled viewers on Strictly Come Dancing week after week while his partner Dianne Buswell has been absent from the show.

Bobby is going to reprise his role as Freddie Slater. (Image: PA/BBC)

He is excited to participate in the Strictly live tour in the new year and is determined to keep dancing.

“What better way to continue this brilliant experience than on the live tour,” Bobby said, referring to the upcoming project. “I love dancing and I love Strictly.”

“I’m excited to perform with Dianne for those massive arena crowds next year because I’ve heard how much fun everyone has on the road,” the singer said.

Before concluding its run in London in February, the tour will start in Birmingham and stop in Sheffield, Newcastle, Glasgow, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, and Nottingham.

Fans of EastEnders may be disappointed by this, as it means we will probably have to wait a bit longer for Freddie to return to Albert Square. But don’t worry—he will undoubtedly make a comeback eventually!

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