Luisa Bradshaw-White has appeared to confirm that Tina Carter is definitely dead on EastEnders.
In scenes that aired over the festive period, Tina was seemingly strangled to death by Gray (Toby-Alexander Smith) before being wrapped up in a shower curtain and dumped into his car boot.
Although Tina's murder appeared definitive - she was seen slumped on the sofa with strangulation marks on her neck - the soap did not show the moment that she was killed, leading fans to speculate that Gray's attempt to bump her off may not have been successful after all.
Earlier this week, Bradshaw-White posted a cryptic message about being back to "work" but has now clarified that the work in question is not EastEnders.
"Worked with a complete icon today! Bum cheeks firmly clenched! Def needing the tequila tonight! @aquarivatequila" she wrote on Instagram.
"Love my new life. Oh and those people banging on about me going back to EastEnders sorry guys wrong channel."
On screen, the Carter family are still unaware of Tina's fate and have enlisted Gray's help in attempting to track her down.