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Claire | 14:45 UK time, Friday, 1 October 2010

OH. MY. GOSH. We were wondering what Stevie was on about when she tweeted, "oh my gosh oh my gosh oh my gosh". Stevie and Pippa??? Blimeyness. What will Olly think about his two ex-girlfriends getting closer?

Meanwhile the 'love triangle' just became a 'love pentagon '. Naz has attracted Sol, Asher, Ekin and now Fatboy?! He tweeted, "@badgal_naz looking boom today!" Could Naz be the next Mrs.Chubb? Ding dong!

Looks like that dream is ending before it's even begun. "Turkey here I come", tweeted Naz. Sol, what ARE you waiting for?? Get your act together and get your girl!

Tune in online next week for the final two episodes of #E20S2… Follow @manlikefatboy, @Stevie4Olly, @badgal_naz and @OllyManHall for the latest gossip in the Square.

Naz, Asher, Sol, Fatboy

 

 

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    All this user's posts have been removed.Why?

  • Comment number 2.

    i love e20 i even want to be in it what i like about e20 is that its funny and season 2 is way better than one this is what i like about the charecters [stevie bubbly and a good freind] [asher very sexy and chekky]
    [naz party girl always the one who wants one ] [sol shy boy and a good boy] [pippa weird] [olly weird and posh and so mean

  • Comment number 3.

    i know these twitters aren't run by the real actors but that is my point here. apparently all current EE actors are now banned from using twitter. there's loads of fakes out there & young fans will believe anything. i think its really unfair because no other soap producer has a problem. i know some of the younger actors might spoil something but what about this idea?

    they can get twitter accounts but they don't control it (ie theyre agent, friend/relative does) and then they do tweeting & reply sessions every now and again for fans?

    its really annoying to find fakes all the time and the amount of followers they have. something needs to be done

 

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