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Neighbours spoilers follow for UK and Australian viewers.
Neighbours' Terese Willis will face strong opposition from Melanie Pearson after she makes Glen Donnelly a huge offer.
In scenes airing later in January, Melanie (Lucinda Cowden) will notice Glen's intense behaviour after Terese (Rebekah Elmaloglou) discovers her missing wedding ring, which had been found by Glen (Richard Huggett) back on the beach in Queensland.
Glen secretly kept hold of the ring, hoping to keep Terese and her estranged husband – and his half-brother – Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) apart, although his secret will come under threat from Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) this week.
When Melanie also begins to ask questions, Glen's feelings of guilt will be piqued, but he denies to Melanie that he has any feelings for Terese.
Melanie, however, doesn't buy it and she only grows more suspicious of Terese and Glen's budding connection.
The next day, Glen feels thrown when Terese suddenly offers him a room at her home and asks him to be her sober companion.
When Melanie hears Terese's offer, she strongly urges Glen to turn Terese down as he obviously has feelings for her, and moving in with her will only make the situation even more complicated.
But will Glen heed Melanie's words, or will he take the plunge and get even closer to Terese?
Whether Terese and Glen do end up becoming a couple remains to be seen, but actress Rebekah Elmaloglou has previously told Digital Spy that the pair certainly have a lot in common, not least their shared alcohol addiction.
"It would certainly shake things up [if the two characters got together], which would be fun to play," she teased.
But is Terese and Paul's marriage really over? The actress confirmed that Terese is still feeling "incredibly angry" with Paul about everything that has happened.
"Over their relationship, they have developed deep feelings for each other so when Paul does something that hurts her, she really feels it," she explained.
Neighbours airs these scenes on Thursday, January 13 at 1.45pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Monday, January 17 at 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).
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