EastEnders delights with another The Traitors crossover

New reality show The Traitors had the nation gripped last year, and it seems that some EastEnders characters were also glued to their screens, it was revealed tonight (May 23).

In the most recent instalment of the BBC soap, Walford residents gathered in the Queen Vic for a pub quiz, where the grand prize was a smart TV.

Freddie Slater (Bobby Brazier) was taking the whole situation incredibly seriously, and even went so far as to draft in one of his old teachers, alongside housemate Alfie Moon (Shane Richie) and best friend Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell), to make up the Dark Side of the Moon team.

However, he was facing a fierce rival in the form of Reiss Colwell (Jonny Freeman), who, along with Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy), made up the Agatha Quizties quiz team.

The two teams became extremely competitive very quickly, and by the end of the quiz they were neck and neck.

Quiz host Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) asked a tie break question to determine the winner, which is how we learnt our favourite characters’ viewing habits.

As Linda asked which three Faithfuls eventually won the series, Sonia Fowler kicked herself for keeping the show on series link and not catching up with it.

However, it soon became clear that Freddie was a big fan of the show, and was able to name Meryl, Aaron and Hannah, winning the quiz and the TV for his team.

These three Traitors competitors are not the only ones to have featured on EastEnders, with fan favourite Maddy having starred on the show before.

Maddy revealed during her time on the reality show that she had played a homeless woman called Rita on the famous London based soap.

Her character was seen talking to young Bailey Baker while living on the streets.

She is not the only Traitors cast member to have eyed up an EastEnders role, with Faithful turned Traitor Kieran hoping for a role as one of the show’s villains.

‘A lot of people have said I give off EastEnders villain vibes, which I would love,’ he told Metro.co.uk.

‘I could see myself playing a baddie.’

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