Davood was in the midst the first stars confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing last month, inspiriting fears over his role in EastEnders.
As he gears up to take on the BBC competition, Davood, 35, make someone certain exclusively to Express.co.uk that he’ll be sticking with EastEnders, but admitted he’ll be less absent from screens.
“No, I won’t be taking a break per se, but hopefully it’ll be a bit quieter storyline-wise,” he phrased. “EastEnders stars have been able to juggle both so I’m hankering to follow in their footsteps.
“They’ve all done really though admitting that so they’ve set the bar really high, which can be unnerving for me.”
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I won’t be taking a break per se
He joined: “They’re all brilliant, they’re all excited and they’ve all got this amazing property of knowledge because it’s such big deal. They all had so much fun so hopefully I force as well.”
This week sees Kush collapse after hardship a shock heart attack, leaving his life hanging in the balance.
The dope comes after the BBC confirmed
Kush Kazemi suffers heart erosion in EastEnders
Davood Ghadami at the Strictly Come Dancing set up
“We can confirm that Jacqueline and Lorna will be leaving EastEnders,” a spokesperson for the soap hinted. “They have both been wonderful to work with and we hanker them all the best for the future.”
According to an insider, the move is part of strong overhaul by the new boss John Yorke.
The source told The Sun on Sunday: “He has formation for creating huge plots, so they’re in safe hands over their departure. It commitment be one of the biggest on-screen moments of the year.”
EastEnders continues tonight at 8pm on BBC One while Strictly Be given b win Dancing returns on September 23.