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Adam Woodyatt casts doubt on BBC EastEnders return as Ian Beale

BBC EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt has put his return as Ian Beale on hold. The ITV I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here star's return is in doubt as he signs up for a huge new TV role. Adam has signed up for a new BBC show B&B By The Sea.

The ex I'm A Celeb favourite has been spotted filming in Northern Ireland, reports say. "Each episode will see a different celebrity guest, all with connections with the coast, stay at the B&B," the BBC said. "Taking a personal journey of discovery and reflection, they make the most of the region's produce and the restorative location.

" READ MORE Boy, 14, in hospital after being 'chased' by neighbour who was 'angry he had gone into garden for ball' Video: EastEnders Soap Scoop! Linda vows to leave (Digital Spy (UK))Javicia Leslie reacts to Batwoman fans and if she'd return to the showTom Cruise on his 36 year wait for Top Gun MaverickHollyoaks Soap Scoop! Zoe faces a dilemmaHome and Away Soap Scoop! Salt's team break the law againIn April, Adam admitted he has "no plans" to head back to Walford. He ;eft in early 2021 for an "extended break", but is yet to return to the soap. "The speculation has been hysterical.

I think everyone is always going to speculate," he explained. "But there are no plans at the moment. ""I've been having a ball," he explained.

"Being back on stage, I'd forgotten why I fell in love with acting because you get that immediate response. " He added: "You've got an audience. If you do something on television, you could be waiting six weeks to three months a year.

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BBC EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt has put his return as Ian Beale on hold. The ITV I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here star's return is in doubt as he signs up for a huge new TV role. Adam has signed up for a new BBC show B&B By The Sea.
ADAM Woodyatt has put his possible return to EastEnders in doubt after signing up for a HUGE new BBC role. The soap actor - who stepped back from his long-running role as Ian Beale last year - recently ruled out a return to Albert Square.

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