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EastEnders spoilers: Whitney Dean in danger as Gray Atkins discovers she is with Kush Kazemi

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WHITNEY Dean risks serial killer Gray Atkin’s wrath next week in EastEnders as he discovers she’s dating Kush Kazemi. 

Whitney - who is played by Shona McGarty in the BBC One soap - rejected Gray last month when he asked her to move in with him in a sudden turn of events.

Whitney then got closer to Kush and ended up agreeing to a date on Valentine’s day, which ended with the lovebirds kissing.

Next week, viewers will see things heat up between Whitney and Kush as she remembers she’s supposed to be looking after Gray’s kids and rushes off. 

When Gray returns from work, Whitney tells him the kids are on a playdate with Raymond - much to Gray’s horror. 

Later, Gray apologises to Whitney for losing his cool with her and asks her for a drink to make things up to her. 

Whitney and Kush decide to go public with their relationship and Whitney visits Kat first to drop the bombshell. 

Later, Kush and Whitney get a drink at the pub and, when Gray appears, he discovers they’re a couple. 

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How will Gray react?

EastEnders bosses have confirmed Davood Ghadami will be leaving his role as Kush as part of an “explosive" storyline set to play out into 2021. 

With the BBC soap yet to confirm how Kush will be leaving the Square, could Gray be set to kill again?

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