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Kylie Minogue to make a comeback with iconic TV series ‘Neighbours’

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Singer-actress Kylie Minogue took her fans back to the eighties by returning to play her iconic "Neighbours" character Charlene Robinson.

The 51-year-old played the daughter of Fred Mitchell and Madge Bishop on the long running show between 1986 and 1988.

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Minogue has again slipped back into her dungarees and picked up a wrench to reprise her character in an advert for the Australian tourist board, reports mirror.co.uk.

The three-minute advert, which also stars comedian Adam Hills and features cameos from cricketer Shane Warne and swimmer Ian Thorpe, sees her singing about the advantages of visiting Australia.

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The star also recreates her iconic "Slow" music video – showing herself laying beside a swimming pool.

"Phew! I can finally talk about this now. It has been so hard keeping this a secret," She said after the video went live.

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"That was done with nothing but pure love and we hope to see you Down Under real soon," she added.

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