EastEnders fans excited as Mel Owen declares war on the Mitchells

EastEnders fans excited as Mel Owen declares war on the Mitchells

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EASTENDERS fans are in a state of excitement after Mel Owen declared war on the Mitchells and vowed to destroy them.

The grieving businesswoman – who is played by actress Tamzin Outhwaite in the BBC soap – was left broken after Phil did everything possible to make burying her son Hunter impossible.

Mel has vowed to destroy the Mitchells

But it has sparked her into a furious revenge that will lead to her exit.

After a furious showdown with Sharon who was trying to offer her an olive branch, Mel took it the wrong way.

Thinking Sharon was trying to get the club from her, Mel began issuing threats.

Sharon defended herself and told Mel: “With you as a mother he never stood a chance anywhere. Hunter was always a heartless psychopath.”

Sharon had a furious showdown with Mel over the funeral
Mel has been driven mad with grief

Devastated by Sharon’s words Mel burst into tears and warned her:”You’re going to regret that. Get out of my house.”

Later when Lisa returned home Mel had hardened and was preparing for war.

She told her pal: “The Mitchells don’t give a damn. Who would try to deny someone a funeral? How evil can you get?

“You’re right, we need to get Louise away from that poisonous hypocritical… There are ways. Nothing else matters now… the Mitchells, Phil, Sharon…

“I swear on Hunter’s memory, I’m going to make them pay.”

Fans cannot wait for the showdown between Mel and Phil and Sharon.

One wrote: “Mel VS The Mitchell’s. #EastEnders @bbceastenders”

A second said: “ohh we love fiesty Mel, you mess them Mitchell’s uppp #EastEnders @mouthwaite”

Another added: “Go on Mel! #EastEnders”

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