FORMER lovers Jay Brown and Lola Pearce FINALLY confess their true feelings for each other and make a big decision about their relationship.
Lola threw a surprise birthday party for a thankful Jay and in Thursday’s episode the pair soon realised they are more than just friends.
In hospital, Lola was getting her broken arm treated after suffering an injury while being attacked by thugs who mistook her for Sam Mitchell.
She told Jay to go back to his party – but Jay confessed he would rather stay with her.
Billy encouraged them both to accept and admit their feelings for each other.
Back at the flat, Lola told Jay to close his eyes so she could give him her birthday gift – a kiss.
Jay then asked Lola: “Does this mean anything?”
Lola answered: “Well yeah, 我认同, if you want it too?”
Jay questioned whether they want different things as it never worked out in the past.
But Lola reassured him saying she has grown up since then now older and wiser.
She confessed: “I want someone who looks after me makes me happy. I want you Jay. And this time I’m ready. I won’t mess it up I swear.”
They both said “我爱你” at the same time before sharing a passionate kiss and Jay admitted that getting back together “is the best present ever.”
Fans were so happy for the former couple to be rekindling their romance.
上推特, 一个说: “Jay and Lola making me smile I’m an romantic, so nice to see them both have each other. #EastEnders.”
另一个写道: “Jay and Lola 🥺 I wanted them to reunite so much for ages but now it’s bittersweet. #EastEnders.”
A third penned: “Jay and lola got me again christ #EastEnders.”
然而, EastEnders bosses have teased Lola’s exit from the BBC soap in a harrowing storyline.
EastEnders is working alongside Brain Tumour Research and Macmillan Cancer Support to tackle an emotional brain tumour storyline for the character.
作为 The Sun exclusively revealed in June the storyline will follow Lola, played by Danielle Harold, as she and her loved ones come to terms with her diagnosis.
Speaking about taking on the powerful storyline, 30-year-old Harold said: “It means so much to be trusted with a storyline like this, one that’s close to many people’s hearts.
“Sadly many of our viewers will be able to relate to Lola’s story and it’s been heart-breaking to speak to the families affected by brain tumours and hear their stories.
“They’ve been so amazing in sharing their experiences with me, and I’m so lucky to have them.
“I wouldn’t be able to do this storyline without their support.”