Oh Dear! The last time we saw gold-digging Vanessa was when she was sheepishly hiding in the back of Eddie Moon’s warehouse after passionately locking lips with Albert Square’s nice guy just as Carol makes an appearance telling him she loved him! But hang on, is the cunning fox really a nice as he’s making out?
It really looked like Vanessa wasn’t going to to fall for evil Michael Moon’s wicked plan to pay the blonde bombshell to break his fathers heart on the anniversary of his mums death, but it’s been a tough time for her, she’s been cruelly dumped by former lover Max, made homeless and now under extreme pressure to give daughter Jodie the wedding of her dreams.
So in true V survival style, she backcombed her locks, puts on her war paint, slips into one of her sexiest frocks and steps up the pressure big time to trap her victim.
And it looks like the silver haired fox has fallen for her charms rewarding her with a lingering kiss, but in a massive soap plot turn around viewers are going to see cold hearted Vanessa fall for Eddie Moon’s charismatic charms and just when it appears she’s leaving Walford and off to pastures new with her new fella to start their new life together, her plan suddenly falls apart.
So where did it all go wrong for temptress Vanessa Gold?
I definitely smell a rat especially when you see the bag of money being thrown at Eddie in the car by a desperate Vanessa (and we all know where that bag of money came from it’s her payment for services rendered from plotting Michael)Â to which a very calm Senor Moon removes her worldy luggage out of his car, hands her a few notes to being getting along with and then drives away leaving her abandoned hopelessly in the street.
I’d say poor old V’s plans for a new start with Eddie have definitely gone pear-shaped but I’ve a sneaking suspicion that Michael Moon isn’t far away from her downfall and number one suspect in double crossing her by using his dear old dad. Let’s face it I think there’s a lot more to Eddie Moon than meets the eye and between the two of them V is left once againÂ friendless, homeless and skint.