EastEnders’ Stacey Slater’s link to Christmas victim ‘confirmed’ in chilling new trailer

Eastenders' Christmas storyline is heating up after the BBC released a chilling new trailer focusing on the upcoming murder mystery, hinting at Stacey Slater's potential link to the unknown victim.

The trailer saw Stacey, played by actress Lacey Turner, applying some red lipstick in front of a mirror with red text on that read: "In a flash."

Another clip then saw a broken mirror featuring the text: "Everything changes."

Ahead of the Christmas episodes, the long-running soap will be releasing trailers focusing on each of the six women involved in the potential murder – Stacey, Suki Panesar, Sharon Watts, Linda Carter, Denise Fox, and Kathy Beale.

So far Stacey and Denise are the only ones whose trailers have been released, with fans now predicting that the victim may be Stacey's stalker Theo.

In Monday's episode, Stacey discovered that new friend Theo was actually her online stalker, before being left terrified as he once again broke into her house as she attempted to get her daughter Lily to the hospital after her waters broke.

Taking to social media fans have predicted that Theo will be the victim killed at Christmas, with one fan writing: "Theo needs to be the dead body at Christmas I swear #eastenders"

A second added: "At the moment i think it'll either be Nish, Theo or Ian that's killed on Christmas #eastenders"

While other fans have suggested that rather than the victim, Theo may be the murderer, with one writing: "If we finally get Martin and Stacey back together just for crazy Theo to kill him at Christmas I’ll be raging #EastEnders"

After the dramatic Christmas storyline was announced, Lacey shared her own prediction about the identity of the victim.

She said: "When we first had the meeting about the storyline, I immediately thought it was someone who wasn’t in Albert Square yet.

"I don’t think it’s a character that is actually on the show at the moment, but the more that time goes on, and the more the six of us have chatted away, I feel like it’s an accidental death."

She continued: "I don’t think it has been done on purpose, and I think that it’s more of a group effort rather than one sole person, and if it is one individual, then I think all of the women are covering for them.

"I think we all might know something we shouldn’t know and we’re all covering for each other, and maybe the person hasn’t been killed?

"In terms of who meets their fate, I have a certain person in mind at the moment, but I think my guess is too obvious and I’m probably wrong."

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