Margot Robbie and Delta Goodrem will return for the season finale of ‘Neighbours.’

The last episode of ‘Neighbours’ will include Margot Robbie, Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer, Kym Valentine, and Carla Bonner.

The last episode of ‘Neighbours’ will include Margot Robbie, Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer, Kym Valentine, and Carla Bonner.

According to ‘Variety,’ Robbie appeared as Donna Freedman in the long-running Australian serial from 2008 to 2011 and has since gone on to play in major Hollywood films such as ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ ‘I, Tonya,’ and ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.’

According to ‘Variety,’ Robbie’s return to ‘Neighbours’ will be in the form of a “minor cameo appearance.”

Delta Goodrem, winner of an ARIA Award, will also return to bid farewell to the programme.

From 2002 to 2003, Goodrem played Nina Tucker on the programme. When she sang her breakthrough song from ‘Innocent Eyes,’ ‘Born To Try,’ in an episode, it helped establish her mainstream music career.

According to ‘Variety,’ the song began at No. 3 and peaked at No. 1, while the album lasted 29 weeks at the top of the charts.

Billy and Libby Kennedy, as portrayed by Jesse Spencer and Kym Valentine, will also appear in the finale.

The two first appeared on the programme in 1994 as the children of Susan and Karl Kennedy, who are still present.

Carla Bonner, who first appeared on Network 10 as Stephane Scully in 1999, is also returning. She has been on the show many times to repeat the part.

Network 10 has been slowly revealing details about its last episode, having previously disclosed that Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will be returning to continue their character arcs from the 1980s.

It then posted photos of the two together on set.

The return of the big-name performers as their original characters will help ‘Neighbours’ bring its 37-year run to a close.

The show’s problems began when Network 10 and its producer, Fremantle Australia, were unable to find a UK production partner when Channel 5 opted to withdraw its cooperation and finance.

Beverley McGarvey, chief content officer and executive vice president of Network 10’s parent company Paramount ANZ, earlier voiced optimism for the show’s continuation, but it is currently in its last week.

The last 90-minute show will air on its new home, multi-channel 10 Peach, as well as the principal Channel 10 on Thursday, July 28.

McGarvey said that ‘Neighbours’ is an iconic show, and the Australian film production industry would suffer as a result of its loss.

“It’s a tragic loss for that skill development.” “And folks frequently get their start on the major programmes,” she said.

“No matter how you slice it, ‘Neighbours’ is still a loss, and we’re devastated.” We were sincerely hoping that wouldn’t happen.”

According to Daniel Monaghan, senior vice president of content and programming at Paramount ANZ, ‘things haven’t gone as planned.’

“When Fremantle informed us they wouldn’t be able to obtain the financing out of the UK, we needed it.” To keep the show running, everyone required that UK partner. It was a huge letdown. On 10 Peach, it performs well. It has a huge fan following. It’s been around for over four decades. It’s a pillar.

“However, when they couldn’t locate a partner, it became clear that it wasn’t a realistic option for us.” And for a long time, we were really optimistic… But everything hasn’t gone as planned.”

More former ‘Neighbours’ actors are anticipated to appear on Thursday night’s last show.

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