EastEnders Kim star Tameka Empson bombarded with saucy messages from horny soap fans

Fans are inundating Tameka Empson, an EastEnders star, with lewd comments.

She became a sex icon because to her role as effervescent man-eater Kim Fox in the BBC soap opera.

I frequently receive flirtatious messages, she claimed. The messages accumulate. As I read them, I find myself saying, “But I don’t even know your name, much less your phone number or whether we’re going out to lunch!”

“In real life, a few men have given me the eye. However, most males are really reserved around me. I have faith in them, but they must adopt the plan.

Tameka, who has played Kim for 13 years, is presently engaged to children’s performer Howie Danies in a television relationship.

Her comedic persona is so popular with viewers that she even got her own spin-off YouTube series, The Kimfluencer.

The actress adds that she enjoys it when people approach her for a talk.

“When fans see me in the street, they yell, ‘Kim, I love you, I want to go out with you,'” she continued. They’re beautiful.

They are constantly animated. I occasionally just want to go home and take a bath because I’m exhausted.

However, it’s still really pleasant to hear that from others.

“You don’t know how other people view what you do; you just do it. So it’s good when they speak to you directly.

Tameka has established herself as a true fan favorite on television after making appearances on Strictly in 2016 and Comic Relief Does The Apprentice to support Comic Relief and the Disney animated movie 101 Dalmatian Street.

The soap opera star recently made a hint that other well-known characters would visit Albert Square.

When she discussed impending EastEnders storylines on This Morning last month, she didn’t give any exact plot specifics but did hint that certain familiar figures would be making a comeback.

It’s absolutely excellent. She also indicated that several of the previous characters were returning.

Tameka talked about the newly introduced Baker family members and how they will get entangled in a dramatic plot during the conversation.

They’re flying, and there’s a significant storyline, she said.

After she made her acting debut in the LGBT+ romance comedy Beautiful Thing with soap star Linda Henry in 1996, devoted fans of the long-running serial recently posted an old photo of the film.

Shirley what a diva [applause emoji], wrote one person. Another concurred, saying, “Shirley now seems pretty dangerous. Lol.”

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