Lucy Killer Clue Shown At NTA's Tonight!

With the National Television Awards on tonight the BBC have announced that a clue as to who Lucy's killer is will be revealed during the awards ceremony.

The mystery isn't set to be resolved until the show's 30th anniversary in 4 weeks, and the suspects were narrowed down over the New Year.

Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale in EastEnders
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Hetti Bywater as Lucy Beale

This evening's event at London's O2 will see all the suspects attend, with a "major clue" being unveiled during the ceremony.

"EastEnders are keeping their cards close to their chest, not even divulging the information to NTA execs," read a statement.

"The clue will remain under lock and key, guarded by tight security until mid-show, when BBC security will bring the clue on stage, to be revealed live on air."

The identity of Lucy's killer will be officially revealed on Thursday, February 19 and will be one of the highlights of the big birthday week, which kicks off from Monday, February 16.

A special flashback episode will also air next month alongside the anniversary celebrations as viewers finally discover what really happened on the night that Lucy died.

The National Television Awards will be broadcast live on ITV from 7.30pm tonight.

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