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Which Walford wedding rings your bells?

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Lou | 12:55 UK time, Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Can you hear church bells? NO!? But Ronnie, Jack, Kat and Alfie are soon-to-be-married!

Oh. Yeah. They're WALFORD weddings.

EastEnders' will-they-won't-they nuptials often end in tears (with revelations, rows and perhaps a visit from the old bill). BUT not always!

EastEnders: The Greatest Weddings is a two-part series on 11th and 12th November, counting down from the top 50 weddings in the show's history!

Watch these FIVE wedding clips from the top 50. Can you guess where they fall in the countdown?

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Don't let our random running order fool you. Here's a reminder of the five featured videos:

1. Lofty and Michelle married in 1986 on their second attempt - the first Walford wedding.

2. Ian lost out on gaining wife Mel for being a total liar. The fool.

3. Hev and Minty wed for a competition prize, but later divorced.

4. Janine wed David under a false guise. He died that day.

5. Phil almost wed Stella until he found out she was a torturess. She jumped off a roof. She died. 

Such happy, happy times!

What order do you reckon these five weddings fall in the countdown? It's a toughie.

Also, I'd luuurve to know which wedding over the last 25 years rings your bells... 

... I'm off to buy some confetti, a shocker frock and a humongous hat... and wait patiently for an invite.

Important show info:

EastEnders: The Greatest Weddings is on BBC Three at 8pm on 11th and at 8.30pm on 12th November, featuring interviews with Martine McCutcheon, Tamzin Outhwaite, Patsy Palmer, June Brown and Shane Richie and many more. The lovely David Walliams narrates the show too.

The countdown has been decided by a panel of EastEnders gurus so get your tissues on standby when you see which wedding is the one to beat.

While I'm at it, check out this video of An East End wedding checklist. After watching it, you can't go wrong when an invite plops on your doormat.

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