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Entertainment Neighbours' Sheila Canning reaches turning point over Clive

22:50  01 february  2021
22:50  01 february  2021 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.

Neighbours' Sheila Canning finally reaches a turning point over her ex Clive Gibbons on UK screens next week, as her latest scheme backfires.

Sheila has been trying to win back Clive for months now, with some of her plans involving Des Clarke and Melanie Pearson.

In upcoming scenes, Sheila (Colette Mann) continues her mission to break up Clive (Geoff Paine) and Jane Harris (Annie Jones). She is assisted by Des (Paul Keane), who doesn't believe Clive's feelings for Jane are sincere.

a woman holding a plant in a garden: Sheila Canning in Neighbours © Fremantle - Channel 5 Sheila Canning in Neighbours EMBARGO 01/02/2021 Clive Gibbons and Jane Harris in Neighbours © Fremantle - Channel 5 EMBARGO 01/02/2021 Clive Gibbons and Jane Harris in Neighbours

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Neighbours' Sheila Canning makes upsetting discovery over Jane and Clive

  Neighbours' Sheila Canning makes upsetting discovery over Jane and Clive Sheila finds out the truth.

Des comes up with a plan to uncover Clive's true feelings – it involves Des and Sheila having a fake date in front of Clive.

But their scheme to make Clive jealous goes horribly wrong and causes Des' friendships with Jane and Clive to fall apart.

Sheila, guilty over what's happened, meets up with Clive and Jane to apologise. This includes an apology over the way she's acted towards Clive and Jane.

The friendships are back on track as Des prepares to return home and as Sheila finally accepts that it's over between her and Clive.

a group of people standing in front of a tree: EMBARGO 01/02/2021 Sheila Canning, Clive Gibbons and Des Clarke in Neighbours © Fremantle - Channel 5 EMBARGO 01/02/2021 Sheila Canning, Clive Gibbons and Des Clarke in Neighbours a man and a woman standing in front of a house: Sheila Canning and Des Clarke in Neighbours © Fremantle - Channel 5 Sheila Canning and Des Clarke in Neighbours

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Neighbours' Sheila Canning suffers worrying collapse in new row over Clive

  Neighbours' Sheila Canning suffers worrying collapse in new row over Clive Des Clarke's return doesn't go to plan.Neighbours' Sheila Canning is rushed to hospital on UK screens next week after she suffers a worrying collapse.

Following these scenes, the show will update the opening titles to move Clive next to Jane, reflecting their new romance. At the same time, Bea Nilsson will be shifted next to Levi Canning.

Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, February 8 and Friday, February 12 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.

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