Kylie Minogue has admitted there have been tears as she stated a final goodbye to her Neighbours character through the Australian soap’s final episode final week.
The singer made a much-hyped return to the present to assist have a good time the top of its 37-year run alongside former co-star Jason Donovan, reprising their roles as 80s energy couple Scott and Charlene Robinson.
Paying tribute to the cleaning soap with a montage of pictures from her time enjoying Charlene, Kylie wrote on Instagram: “Yep, there have been tears!
“Congratulations to the @neighbours crew for the heart-warming and celebratory finale. You’ll be in my coronary heart all the time!!!”
The ultimate episode noticed Scott and Charlene drive again onto Ramsay Avenue after 34 years to make a journey down reminiscence lane previous to a road occasion kicking off.
Nevertheless, followers had lots to say about Kylie’s much-anticipated comeback particularly, remarking on the very fact she solely had 5 phrases of dialogue: “Residence, candy house”, “Jane!” and “Harold!”.
Neighbours boss Jason Herbison later defended Kylie from criticism and defined why she had so little to say within the episode.
Chatting with Australia’s TV Tonight, the chief producer stated: “Our discussions with Jason and Kylie had been all the time about making a small look. They didn’t wish to overshadow the present solid or make the finale about them.
“We additionally filmed their scenes earlier than I’d written the episode, so no matter we filmed had to slot in with that.”
He added: “I hate to see Kylie copping any criticism – she was nothing in need of wonderful on the day.”
The Neighbours finale noticed Kylie and Jason’s former co-star, Hollywood’s Guy Pearce, take a extra central function, as he returned to Ramsay Avenue to reunite with teenage sweetheart Jane Harris, performed by Annie Jones.
Many different faces from the cleaning soap’s 37 years additionally made appearances, together with Margot Robbie, Natalie Imbruglia and Holly Valance, in addition to Anne Charleston because the ghost of her character Madge Bishop, who died in 2001.
Neighbours: The Finale is out there to look at on My5.