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EastEnders’ Ross Kemp set to delight fans with return to BBC before taking on fight against plastic pollution

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HE'S fearlessly faced violent gangsters and explored dangerous territories across the world - but TV tough guy Ross Kemp is preparing to take on his toughest challenge yet.

His career spanning more than three decades has seen Ross, 58, turn from soap actor to hit documentary-maker and presenter. Now he's set to delight fans by making an epic return to the BBC where he'll host the second series of Bridge of Lies.

It follows a stonking debut hosting his very own quiz show in a surprise career twist. But proving he's still determined to push himself out of his comfort zone, the EastEnders legend has joined forces to tackle the global plastic pandemic with "James Bond-style" technology created by Lyfecycle.

Ex-rugby player Ross will reveal the unique "self-destructing" cups in front of 82,000 rugby fans at Twickenham on Saturday, saying "it's like something out of 007".

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