Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan are back on set together 37 years after the soap Neighbours

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Great news for 80s nostalgics: Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan they are ready for one reunion 37 years later from neighbors, soap opera in which they played Charlene and Scott. The two returned to the set for a special episode of Ghosts, hit BBC sitcom. The purpose of the reunion was to participate in this year’s Comic Relief fundraiser.

The return to the set of Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will not play the roles of Charlene and Scott in the one-off special of Ghosts, this is a certainty, but no further information has been given on what their characters and their commitments will be. Not that the details are still being defined, since the everything has already been filmed and there are now only a few days left until the airing, which was scheduled for next March 17th. The return of the couple to the set is also a big surprise for their fans, given that the two have also had a relationship in the past. Their relationship has evidently remained excellent throughout this time and they have had no problem showing themselves together again to the general public. The only detail that has so far been known about the matter concerns a detail that their fans will not be able to fail to grasp and appreciate: in the episode there will be a nod to the musical career of the twoespecially theirs will be present iconic duet from 1988, Especially For You.

The words of Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan at the end of Neighbours

Last year, Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan returned to the set of Neighbours in occasion of the series finale. “It was beautiful, surreal and really emotional. We worked with the director we had collaborated with in the 80s, there were some familiar faces. The same houses, the same street, there’s no simple answer, just a mix of emotions, but I’m really happy and aware of the moment,” said the actress. She echoed Donovan: “So many memories. And sometimes you have to ‘scream’ what you feel, and it’s one of those situations, so we’re really aware of the meaning. We are aware of what the show has given us, the cast, the writers, the directors, the country, the way it portrayed Australians around the world. She changed a lot of things for a lot of people and now is the time to celebrate that.”