EastEnders is setting up a shock collapse for Amy Mitchell

EastEnders spoilers follow.

Amy makes a big mistake in upcoming EastEnders scenes that will air next week when she makes a foolish decision while trying to impress Denzel — and ends up in the hospital as a result.

The drama unfolds as the teenagers head to Denise’s birthday party, and tension is already in the air with Lily not happy with Amy and Denzel’s flirtation.

Lily doesn’t take the jealousy well, and when she sees Stuart’s pills, they fall out of his bag. She wastes little time swiping them all – only for them to be confiscated by Denise.


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But Amy is keen to show Denzel she can be funny, so she pops a pill herself and takes half, much to the horror of everyone else when she collapses.

As Amy is taken to the hospital, Martin questions Lily about where the pills came from – and he’s sure Denzel is somehow to blame. As the truth comes out, Jack makes it clear to Amy that he doesn’t want her to see Denzel again, but we have a feeling she might not be listening to him…

Abbie Burke has played the role of Amy Michell since 2014, but she left the role earlier this year as EastEnders producers began looking at more adult storylines for the character.

Kim Fox, Jack Branning, Amy Mitchell, Eastenders


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Ellie Dadd was their choice to be the new Amy and she made her debut on the BBC One soap in episodes which aired last week.

A Mitchell with a new face is hardly new EastEnders. We’re already up to our fourth Ben, or six if you include the actors who played him as a baby.

Sam has also undergone a face swap as well with two actresses sharing that role over the years and the character recently made a glorious return played by Kim Medcalf. Additionally, even Peggy Mitchell was originally played by a different actress, with Barbara Windsor being the other to play the character. Who knew?

EastEnders sent on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One, with some episodes airing on BBC Two during the summer’s sporting events. The show is also streaming on BBC iPlayer.

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