Bobby Brazier, an EastEnder, has opened out about his comeback to the serial opera after competing on Strictly Come Dancing.
The 20-year-old actor, who starred in Freddie Slater, advanced all the way to the dancing competition’s championship round, which Ellie Leach won this past weekend.
Many fans are curious as to when Freddie will return to Albert Square, even as they expressed their pride in Bobby’s Strictly trip.
The model recently said, “I don’t know when or how, but I am coming back after the Strictly tour,” in an interview with Heat Magazine. I
I miss acting and I miss everyone. Occasionally, I’ll feel as though I’m entering a part during a dance, much as when I played Patrick Swayze during Movies Week. This makes me miss my job.
Following his release on bond, Bobby’s character Freddie fled Walford in the back of Harvey Monroe’s (Ross Boatman) cab in recent EastEnders scenes.
After Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) saw Freddie using an iron to beat him as he was attempting to rape Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner), Freddie was charged with attempted murder.
For months, Theo has been harassing Stacey, but the cops have done nothing to stop him.
Fearing that he would succumb to pressure and unintentionally divulge their deception, Jean Slater (played by Gillian Wright) recommended that he see his mother Little Mo until the news of his incarceration had subsided.
Persuaded, Freddie consented and was shortly being escorted out of Harvey’s cab.
Jack decided to protect Stacey’s secret despite the dangers, stating that no one needed to know the truth.
He made it very evident that although Stacey had acted improperly, she had done so for the correct reasons in light of the potential consequences had Freddie not stepped in.