EastEnders fans convinced Tina Carter is still alive after spotting telltale clues following Gray 'murder'

EASTENDERS fans are convinced Tina Carter is still alive after spotting telltale clues following her 'murder' by Gray Atkins.

Diehard fans of the BBC soap are not convinced it's the last they've seen of Tina and believe she survived the vicious attack.

Viewers were left in shock on Monday night when the solicitor claimed his second victim in a shock twist after Tina discovered the truth about his wife Chantelle.

Following a furious confrontation, Gray (played by Toby Alexander Smith) murdered Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) and is seen talking to her lifeless body – before concealing it in wrapping paper and disposing of the body.

But fans have come up with several theories to prove she's still alive.

One said on Twitter: "Am I the only one who thinks Tina is still alive?"

Another had this theory: "Tina isn't dead. You see the strangulation marks on her neck. So sent to sleep but still alive.

"They also change the music at the credits normally when someone has died which they didn't."

A third said: "I’ve got a feeling Tina is still alive just unconscious."

While one viewer commented on the fact the soap did not issue a warning at the start of the pogramme like they did for Chantelle's demise.

They theorised: "A warning for Chantelle's death by Gray but not Tina.. yknow what that means? She's likely alive."

This is just the latest in theories surrounding Tina's exit, with some viewers believing she'll return to the Square in the new year and expose Gray.

One viewer tweeted: "I don’t think Tina is dead..watch her rock up on New Year’s Day or something alive & well ready to expose Gray #EastEnders."

Another fan said: "Why do I have a feeling Tina isn’t dead…#Eastenders."

One added: "I think Tina isn’t really dead. She’ll be back on New Year’s Day special episode I think … #eastenders."

Despite the theories, Bradshaw-White, 46, has confirmed she's leaving the award-winning soap after seven years.

One her character's end, Luisa said: "I’m happy with the fact that she can’t come back, so it’s a proper shut door. The final nature of it I needed.

"It’s an exciting storyline to get as an actor, so it was nice to play the drama of it all. But I’m really excited for the next stage."

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