EastEnders spoilers: Honey refused to listen to Billy as he tried to explain him over what happened [BBC]
Honey Mitchell has been tipped to find love with Jack Branning on EastEnders following the revelation that Billy cheated on her with Tina Carter.
The Minute Mart worker’s world came crashing down when Billy inadvertently admitted to being unfaithful on the night of their daughter Janet’s accident.
But Emma Barton’s character was given some more heartbreaking news when Tina accidentally confessed that she was the one who was behind the wheel of the car who knocked Janet over.
As the episode came to an end, Honey was seen cutting up her wedding pictures, seemingly putting an end to any chances of a possible reunion.
EastEnders spoilers: Honey held up the corset she believed to be Tina Carter’s [BBC]
EastEnders spoilers: Billy tried to get through to Honey [BBC]
However, it appears Honey might not be alone for long after fans called for the character to get involved with Scott Maslen’s character.
Since Ronnie Mitchell’s death, Honey supported Jack as he struggled to come to terms with his loss.
Believing that the two characters are made for each other, one fan commented: “Looks like #Jack and #Honey will get together now that Honey and #Billy have broken up. #EastEnders.”
While another added: “Billy cheating on Honey… you know what to do #Eastenders writers… Honey and Jack @bbceastenders.”
EastEnders spoilers: Fans want Jack and Honey to get together [BBC]
“Honey and Jack should be an item #EastEnders,” a third user of the social networking site agreed.
A fourth predicted: “Honey and Jack will happen…calling it now #EastEnders.”
Others advised Honey about what she should do when they tweeted: “Honey should start an affair with Jack, those two would be perfect together #EastEnders.”
EastEnders spoilers: Billy found out that Honey had cut up all of his clothes [BBC]
“#Eastenders #Honey should kick cheater #Billy to the kerb and get with #Jack @bbceastenders,” added another.
EastEnders continues on BBC One, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8pm.