Doctors star warns Mill Health Centre 'will never be the same again' after explosive Christmas storyline | The Sun

DOCTORS star Dex Lee has warned Mill Health Centre 'will never be the same again' after an explosive Christmas storyline.

Dex has played Bear Sylvester in the BBC series since November 2019.

Like all soaps, Christmas is a time for big storylines and Dex has revealed how Doctors is going all out this year.

He teased: "Our Christmas episode this year is very juicy, secrets come out and change everything.

"It will be a Christmas viewers are never going to forget and Mill Health Centre will never be the same again."

While Dex remained tight lipped over what will unfold during the festive episodes, he admitted the cast have a group chat where they can discuss show spoilers, safe in the knowledge they won't slip up in public.

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He said: "We have a designated spoiler group, we dip in and throw in what we think is going to happen.

"We keep it all in house, we're very good at keeping it schtum."

Dex also praised the show's loyal fan base, saying: "They tune in every day, they talk about what they like and don't like.

"What I have found with my character is they never get annoyed at what I'm giving acting wise, but they are annoyed at my character's trouser choices and I find that hilarious.

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Dex explained how with his character's nickname had inspired the show's wardrobe department.

He said: "My character's name is Bear but that's his nickname, his real name is Rupert so they've gone down a Rupert the Bear theme."

Doctors airs weekdays at 1.45pm on BBC One and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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