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More contestants are set to face The Wall in the next episode of Danny Dyer’s hit gameshow.

The BBC reality series airs its next edition this Saturday (November 14), and it’s safe to say that emotions will run high and everything will be on the line.

In an exclusive clip, host Danny reveals that it’s time for the third and final question, before requesting the four possible answers.

With Angelina Jolie, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Henry VIII and Ian Beale from EastEnders being the answers, this week’s participant Alison correctly guesses that the question must be in relation to ‘How many times these people have been married.’

Alison decides to ‘triple up’, but will it all go as planned? Will husband Dan choose Henry VII like she hopes?

You’ll have to tune in on Saturday to find out!

Danny Dyer in The Wall

Danny reveals the next question (Picture: BBC)

A special EastEnders edition of The Wall is set to feature as part of Children in Need tonight.

Actors Tony Clay and Roger Griffiths — who portray Callum Highway and Mitch Baker on the BBC One soap respectively — take part.

Speaking about the experience, Tony exclaimed: ‘It was very, very enjoyable. It was made more enjoyable by the fact Danny was hosting it. It was a real surreal thing seeing him up there doing it, he really smashed it.

‘It’s great to raise money for charity and to do something for BBC Children in Need. We always try and help out where we can. I’m really excited that we won some money for such an important charity.

Danny Dyer, Tony Clay and Roger Griffiths on The Wall

(Picture: BBC)

‘Danny said to be calm and take it as you can. He’s so great and has a natural calming presence about him. It was really nice to do it with Roger too, he’s the calmest man in the game so that was lovely.

‘We were pretty good working together in the game, it was like our brains were connected. I think we did alright.’

The Wall continues Saturday November 14 at 8:40pm on BBC One.

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