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EastEnders fans stunned by Louise Mitchell and Keegan Baker stars' secret talent as duo appear on Children In Need

OK! Saturday, 17 November 2018
EastEnders fans stunned by Louise Mitchell and Keegan Baker stars' secret talent as duo appear on Children In NeedEastEnders fans were as Tilly Keeper and Zack Morris transformed into Princess Jasmine and Aladdin[BBC] EastEnders fans were left stunned after Tilly Keeper and Zack Morris, who play Louise Mitchell and Keegan Baker in the hit soap, took on the roles of Princess Jasmine and Aladdin in a theatrical performance for Children In Need. Along with the rest of the talented actresses and actors that play the residents of Albert Square, Tilly and Zack let their hair down and ...
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