The information that Danielle Harold’s character Lola Pearce is being killed off by EastEnders bosses is just not happening nicely with followers.
Lola has been a mainstay within the present between 2011 and 2015, earlier than returning to in 2019.
Greatest recognized for her no-nonsense perspective and her on/off romance with Jay Brown, it’s clear how standard Lola is.
And that has by no means been extra evident than when she is being written out.
An explosive storyline is being lined up for Lola, which can see her make a reportedly closing exit this summer time.
Sources have claimed to The Sun that the actress was ‘teary’ when given the information but in addition enthusiastic to tackle her subsequent storyline.
It was additionally instructed that this might be the start of various characters leaving the present, though no different names have been thrown into the combo.
For viewers although, shedding Lola is greater than sufficient, with some branding the choice as ‘horrible’ and others even pledging to cease watching the present.
Twitter consumer @FeminemDj mentioned: ‘Such a shit resolution. Danielle is a very underrated actress,’ whereas a disgruntled @neilwilkes had some phrases of recommendation for EastEnders: ‘Cease killing individuals off for a shorter time period “shock issue” spend money on time and high quality tales.’
In the meantime, @kylieskaty added: ‘That is disappointing one of many worst selections proper up there with ronnie and roxy.’
The quoted responses above are only a snapshot of the passionate response to the information, with some partaking within the hashtag #SaveLola.
The character of Lola’s closing storyline has not been confirmed but and EastEnders spokespersons didn’t remark when approached by Metro.co.uk.
Danielle’s most up-to-date story of prominence noticed her attempt to help her companion Isaac Baptiste, as he struggled with signs of schizophrenia.
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