Jacqueline Jossa screams and runs away from Celebrity Juice challenge as Halloween special leaves her terrifiedOctober 30, 2020
JACQUELINE Jossa screamed as she fled a haunted house dressed as a zombie Marie Antoinette on Celebrity Juice tonight.
Mum of two Jacqueline soon scarpered after a clown sprung from a box in the Halloween special – leaving her terrified.
The star was challenged to pump as many balloons as she could inside a creepy tent that was decked out with party bunting and circus memorabilia.
Show host Keith Lemon, who was dressed as Jack Nicholson from The Shining, and her Team Captain Emily Atack shouted encouragement from the sidelines as Jacqueline pumped air into as many balloons as she could.
But the star was soon left screaming her head off when a clown jumped out and popped her balloons and she sprinted from the house.
Later Jacqueline, who turned 28 today, slipped back into her EastEnders character Lauren Branning for an impromptu row with a ghost.
The star left Emily howling with laughter as she showed off her impressive acting skills and faced the "ghost of her dad".
Switching into rowdy Lauren Branning she yelled through fake tears: "Get out of here dad, go on get out! I hate you!"
Jacqueline teased her eventual return to EastEnders after Keith quizzed her about the soap that made her famous.
Jacqueline made a dramatic exit from the soap in 2018 during Lauren's sister Abi’s funeral.
And Keith asked the star if she'd ever return and if she missed it.
She replied: "When the time's right yes, the character needs to be missed before you can come back."
Jacqueline wowed tonight in the flowing green dress decked out with pearls, with a huge head of blonde curls pinned up with flowers.
Cream lace gloves and a blue-stone ring added a very regal touch while the I'm A Celeb winner's rosy faced make-up was spot on for Celebrity Juice's themed show.
Yet the telling splashes of 'blood' around her neck revealed her ultimate fate.
Marie Antoinette was beheaded in 1793, at the age of 37, after months of imprisonment.
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