EastEnders fans baffled as they spot something VERY wrong with Kat Slater at Big Mo's leaving party

EASTENDERS fans were left baffled as they spotted something VERY wrong with Kat Slater at Big Mo's leaving party last night.

The cleaner – played by Jessie Wallace in the BBC soap – threw an epic party to say goodbye to her nan because she's jetting off on a cruise around the world with fat Elvis.

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Kat, Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) and Mo (Laila Morse) decided to dress up, decorate the front room and get extremely boozy for the occasion.

There was lots of hilarious dance moves, "one too many pina coladas," and banter flying around the room between the three.

However, viewers of the hit show were left scratching their head over how quickly Kat has managed to be up on her feet after being in a serious accident.

Just last month Kat was left hospitalised after she was brutally hit by Whitney Dean's car as she tried to kill Phil and Ben for the death of boyfriend Kush Kazemi.


Many took to Twitter to share their confusion.

One wrote: "Kat seems to have recovered quickly from her accident #EastEnders."

Another said: "How the f**k is Kat moving herself about like she didn’t get whacked by a car a week ago #EastEnders."

A third said: "Kat has recovered well after being hit by a car going 50mph #Eastenders."

Meanwhile others pointed out how much fun the trio looked like they were having.

A fourth tweeted: "Hahah Slater party looks well fun! Drunk Kat is brilliant! #EastEnders."

Another wrote: "Jean, Kat and Big Mo are giving me life. Omg I love them #Agadoo#EastEnders."

A sixth said: "Kat, Jean and Mo are a great trio #eastenders."

Fans were also left in tears as Mila confronted her mum over her FGM pain.

In recent weeks the barmaid – played by actress Ruhtxjiaih Bellenea – has been worried about her sister going through the same thing as he and has tried to keep her safe.

Last night she bravely confronted her mum for putting her through the horrific ordeal of female genital mutilation when she was a child.

Catch the next episode of EastEnders on Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One

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