EastEnders fans can vote for Jane and Ian Beale's wedding song

Published Thursday, Jan 29 2015, 10:47 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
EastEnders fans have been given the chance to choose Jane and Ian Beale's wedding song.

Ian (played by Adam Woodyatt) and Jane (Laurie Brett) will tie the knot again during the soap's 30th anniversary live week in February, and now fans can help to plan their special day.

EastEnders' Ian Beale and Jane get engaged - December 2014.


Soap bosses have revealed a shortlist of five classic songs, which fans can vote from via the EastEnders website:

'The Power of Love' - Jennifer Rush
'I Want to Know What Love Is' - Foreigner
'You're the Inspiration' - Chicago
'That Ole Devil Called Love' - Alison Moyet
'There Must be an Angel (Playing with my heart)' – Eurythmics

Jane and Ian rekindled their romance after a passionate kiss underneath the mistletoe, and on Christmas Eve Jane proposed to Ian. The happy couple set a wedding date for 19 February 2015.

As fans of the soap will know, this is not the first time Ian and Jane have exchanged vows. The couple previously tied the knot back in 2007, biut their doomed marriage soon ended with Jane leaving Albert Square.

It was also revealed earlier this month that Jane's brother Christian Clarke (played by John Partridge) will be heading back to Albert Square for the nuptials.

All the stops have been pulled out for EastEnders' 30th anniversary week, and not only will Lucy Beale's murderer be finally revealed, but former stars of the show will make a return.

Barbara Windsor, Jo Joyner, Hetti Bywater, Jamie Lomas and Tanya Franks have so far been confirmed to reprise their roles for the special episodes. Also, Richard Blackwood will be making his debut as Walford's new villain in the live episode!

EastEnders' live week will start from Monday 16 February.

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