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    Neighbours star April Rose Pengilly reveals Chloe and Nicolette’s scenes were changed

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    April Rose Pengilly, who plays Chloe Brennan on Neighbours, has stated that Chloe Brennan and Nicolette Stone’s amorous moments this week had to be adjusted.

    After mending their friendship, Chloe and Nicolette (Charlotte Chimes) debate whether to become a couple again in a new narrative.

    The two attended an event in the city together and later shared a kiss, sparks flowing between them once more.

    Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy about the story, April explained: “They were meant to go to the city and it was three scenes of them reconnecting.

    “Then we couldn’t film on-location in the city, so it was condensed to one scene just in the studio.

    “After enjoying the concert together, we still saw them bond a little bit.” Because Nicolette was still cautious and defensive, it helped to break down the barriers a little.

    “Chloe has been really eager to fix matters and show that she cares for Nicolette. She hasn’t wanted to be too pushy, however, because she recognizes Nicolette’s need for space.”

    “Charlotte and I were extremely sad that the kiss wasn’t scripted to occur in the city because it would have looked so beautiful,” April remarked on the two characters’ recent kiss.

    “It was sort of underplayed. It was about their connection and their intimacy together, as it happened in the Tanaka house.”

    Chloe and Nicolette take a walk together to discuss their future in Thursday’s show on Channel 5 (December 2).

    While Chloe is optimistic, she’s in for a shock when Nicolette reveals what she wants.

    “Nicolette says the kiss was wonderful, but it didn’t mean more for her,” April explained. She doesn’t think they’ll ever be able to be together.

    “Chloe is astonished and heartbroken since she had been led to assume that this physical gesture meant they were back together, but Nicolette claims that is not the case.”

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