Star of EastEnders Danny Dyer expresses happiness upon confirming exciting news: “I’m returning.”

As he wishes his followers a “merry f*g Christmas,” former EastEnders legend Danny Dyer has stated that he will be appearing in a project with filmmaker Nick Love of The Football Factory.

The news comes a year after he disappeared at sea over the Christmas season last year, leaving his cherished role as Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter on EastEnders.

Mick had good intentions when he ventured into the dangerous seas; he was trying to prevent Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), his soulmate, from being driven into the ocean by a pregnant Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks).

Mick followed Linda’s instructions and saved the cunning Janine and their unborn child before going back out to sea to find his true love, not realizing that she had made it to land safely.

The Football Factory, a 2004 sports drama, will commemorate its 20th anniversary by making a spectacular comeback in 2019, it was just reported.

Indeed, Danny will return.

In his most recent Instagram post, he said, “The secrets out.”

“I am very excited to be working with Nick Love, the director of The Football Factory, again.” By the way, the movie’s title is Marching Powder, and we’re gon’ rock it.

And it will begin on January 15th, he said, adding that there would be an increase in crime, drug use, and extreme violence.

‘And you’re gonna love it, so merry f******g Christmas.’

While some fans were eagerly awaiting Danny’s affirmation, others had one request of the actor.

Wonderful news! One person retorted, “Please one day, please please come back on Eastenders, it’s not the same without you.”

Danny’s EastEnders character was Mick Carter (Photo: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron).

Another individual commented, “Thought you was going to say back on Eastenders ?.”

The loss of such a cherished character hit EastEnders viewers hard, and Danny’s exit from the soap opera signaled the end of a hugely successful period.

Later, 46-year-old Danny stated that a significant contributing reason to his decision to leave the program was the decline in quality.

He continued, saying, “The first five years we fing ruined it,” alluding to his earlier machinations. It was powerful stuff. The spectator gave us more attention than these fing c* politicians.

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