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Neighbours'Rebekah Elmaloglou promises big story for Terese

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Neighbours spoilers follow.

Neighbours actress Rebekah Elmaloglou has teased a second major storyline for her character Terese Willis.

Regular visitors to Ramsay Street will know that she's currently relapsing back into alcoholism, but according to Elmaloglou, the soap's writers are keeping another "exciting plot" in their back pocket.

Photo credit: Fremantle / Gina Milicia - Channel 5
Photo credit: Fremantle / Gina Milicia - Channel 5

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"For well over a year, Neighbours bosses have been telling me that they've got two massive storylines coming up for Terese," she recently told Inside Soap.

"So I've been hanging around in the background of everyone else's plots for a while, and now that this storyline has come, it's hit me like a ton of bricks! And there's still another massive, exciting plot which they keep putting off for various reasons..."

Those reasons were left unsaid, but further along her interview, Elmaloglou weighed in on portraying the "vulnerable" aspects of Terese: "I find it quite difficult. It's showing a really vulnerable side to her, so that's far more tricky than playing her just normal and going to work. It's very raw and emotional – but I enjoy the challenge.

Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5
Photo credit: Fremantle - Channel 5

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"This story just goes to show that temptation is always there," she reflected. "It's all down to what's going on in your life, and how the stresses you encounter can pull you back.

"Awful things happen, and Terese fights it – but it's always a massive struggle."

Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 6.30pm on 10 Peach (Australia).

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