EastEnders spoilers: Is Louise Mitchell about to DIE?

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by Emily H

Is Louise Mitchell about to die in EastEnders on what should have been one of the happies nights of her life?

A dramatic new trailer for the BBC soap shows that things are about to get serious when Walford’s younger residents get dressed up and head out to Walford High’s prom.

A recently released trailer hints that Louise could be about to meet her end after notorious bullies Ashley and Madison – who have been harassing Bex Fowler for months on the soap – confront her at the prom.

The new sneak peek shows that the evil twosome are plotting to destroy the big celebration, but it looks like their plan suddenly starts to spiral out of control and could end in complete disaster for Phil Mitchell’s daughter.

After being crowned prom queen Louise can be seen being pushed to the ground, after which a teacher orders everyone to stay where they are and to not leave the venue.

Bex then rushes to her side as Keegan tells the two bullies that they’ve gone too far.

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After finally exposing the bullies during the school’s talent show, Bex can then be seen looking heartbroken as she’s sat alone on a hospital bed wrapped in a blanket following the prom night drama, which could suggest it all ends in disaster for Louise.

As fans know, EastEnders isn’t afraid to turn a happy occasion into total disaster.

It was just the past New Years that the show killed off longtime staples Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell after they drowned in a swimming pool on Ronnie and Jack’s wedding night.

EastEnders airs on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights on BBC One.

See the prom night horror trailer showing what’s to come in the soap below;

Do you think Louise may be about to die in EastEnders? Tell us your thoughts on what’s to come in the comments section below.

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  1. Daniel McEwan on July 15, 2017 at 4:48 pm

    Louise isn’t want you to die please for I will have them I will kill 2of them get big bat wick it hard

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    1. Laura wolstencroft on July 24, 2017 at 10:12 pm

      Louise Mitchell won’t be dead

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  2. TAYANNA JAYNE DOBSON on July 20, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    yeah dont louise to die in tonight episode i am going to cry tonight love her she such good actress in eastenders sad to see her go she so good wish they did not kill her off want see more of her in eastenders and bex going so sad because she going lose her best friend louise and now bully are take over gone to far now need to be stop by the police get them lock up in police and throw away the key for juices and hope I SEE MORE LOUISE IN THE FUTURE BYE BY TAYANNA JAYNE DOBSON

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  3. Kody on July 20, 2017 at 9:57 pm

    Those bullies are nasty people who are jealous of Louise and bex

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  4. KIERAN O'DRISCOLL on July 21, 2017 at 7:32 pm

    It does look as if the two bullies, Madison and Alexandra, must now inevitably face the full wrath of the law, as they’ve stepped beyond bullying (bad as that is) into criminal assault (manslaughter or murder were Louise to lose her life?). Expulsion from school will be the least of their concerns as they could be facing a long stretch in a juvenile detention centre – not to mention facing the wrath of Phil Mitchell when he comes back to Walford next week. I honestly hope that this isn’t Louise’s exit from the soap through death, that would be too awful to contemplate – it brings back memories of Paul Coker’s tragic exit from the show last year, again kept totally secret until it actually aired. One good thing about this long-running bullying storyline is that it’s shone a light on how today’s teen bullies use social media and smartphones to torment their victims. I hope this will lead to a debate on the use of smartphones and the regulation of their use by children and teenagers. Anyway, right now I’m rooting for Louise and her loved ones, and hoping she survives her prom nightmare. Thanks to EastEnders, as always, for gripping drama and great acting.

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