Leaked Neighbours script reveals detail about show's finale

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After a tough fight to stay on screens, Neighbours is set to finish up next month after almost 40 years with a leaked script revealing some key details about the finale.

It was recently confirmed, much to the delight of fans, that Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will reprise their roles as Charlene Mitchell and Scott Robinson more than 30 years after leaving the show in the late 80s.

Neighbours' Charlene and Scott
Just one month before Neighbours is set to end, a leaked script has revealed a few details about the show's finale. Photo: Getty

According to the latest newsletter by Popb***h, Kylie and Jason have already finished their scene for the finale, though the gossip site has suggested it may be a decoy.

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The newsletter revealed the leaked script "suggests Charlene and Scott don’t get much of a storyline, but do get the final scene of the series.

"The two of them pull up in a car, step out and bring the curtain down with the line: 'We’re home.'"

Kylie teases Neighbours return

Kylie shared a snap of what appears to be half a Neighbours script, with the name Scott seen on the front, "Oh. My. Gosh."

Jason shared the other half on his Instagram account, confirming the pair's reunion.

Neighbours also confirmed the news, sharing the new photos with a statement from the show's executive producer Jason Herbison.

The statement read: "Scott and Charlene are the ultimate Neighbours couple and it would not feel right to end the show without them.

Neighbours' Charlene and Scott get married
Apparently, Kylie and Jason will be in the final scene of the show. Photo: AAP

"We are thrilled that Jason and Kylie have come home to play a very special part in our series finale. It has been an emotional experience for them, for us and I'm sure it will be for our viewers."

It was announced in March Neighbours had been officially cancelled after 37 years and 9000 episodes, with the show ceasing in June.

"Following the loss of our key broadcast partner in the UK and despite an extensive search for alternative funding, we simply have no option but to rest the show," a statement on the show's Instagram page read.

"To our amazing, loyal fans, we know this is a huge disappointment, as it is to all of us on the team. We thank you for all your messages and support and promise to end the show on an incredible high.

"From here on, we are celebrating Neighbours."

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