News

EastEnders star says she is too “evil” to go on reality TV

We'd watch her!

It’s no secret that EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa, who plays Lauren Branning, is leaving the show at Christmas.

We’ve all been wondering what she’ll do next – with speculation rife that she could be heading into the Celebrity Big Brother house in January.

But Jac has put that rumour firmly to rest. She says she’d never be able to do reality TV because she’s just too horrible!

Her words, not ours!

Jac says she can’t do reality TV (Credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com)

“I’m not going in Big Brother,” she told The Sun Online.

“I wouldn’t do anything like that because I am terrible around people. I’m aggy if I haven’t eaten and I just get argumentative.

Read more: TOWIE set for a huge change in 2018

“I’m evil! I have such a dark side to me that I couldn’t be on TV 24/7 with alcohol involved. It’s not safe for me.”

Instagram @jacjossa
Jacqueline is looking forward to spending more time with daughter Ella (Credit: Instagram @jacjossa)

Jacqueline, who’s married to former TOWIE star Dan Osborne, says she’ll keep an eye out for any interesting jobs in the future.

But for now she’s happy spending time with her daughter, Ella, two.

Credit: Instagram @jacjossa
Jac is married to former TOWIE star Dan Osborne (Credit: Instagram @jacjossa)

Read more: Louise Redknapp puts her marriage woes behind her

Lauren’s exit from EastEnders – alongside on-screen sister Abi – is said to be “explosive”.

Dad Max is out for revenge, and has made it clear he’ll not stop at hurting anyone who gets in his way – even his own daughter.

It’s not going to be a happy Christmas for the Brannings (Credit: BBC)

With Jac leaving the show, and bosses having confirmed that one character will die over the festive period, could Lauren – and Jacqueline – be saying goodbye to Albert Square forever?

We’ll have to wait and see!

Related Topics