Rob Mills is set to make a return from SHOCK to Neighbors … after his character drowned
Former Neighbors star Rob Mills is set to make a shock return to the longtime series.
According to a Herald Sun report, the 38-year-old, who played Finn Kelly, will reprise his role from March 2 after his character drowned.
“This is only a short resurrection, no witchcraft is involved,” he told the publication.
Back to Ramsay Street! Rob mills [pictured] is set to make a mysterious return to longtime Soap Neighbors … after her character drowned
He then added: ‘It was so good, the way it was written and shot. Finn has some pending business.
Rob’s return will be tied to Susan Kennedy, played by Jackie Woodburne, who is currently writing a book on the series.
While Ms Vanity’s hitmaker initially found it odd to be back in the fictional suburb of Erinsborough, he found himself adjusting in no time.
“ It was weird to be back on set but also nice to see their happy faces and I love working with the cast and the crew, ” Rob said.
Comeback: ‘It’s just a short resurrection, no witchcraft involved,’ he told the publication
“ I am delighted that they continued to film throughout. I love that my character never really left and haunted people. ”
In addition to his gig with Neighbors, Rob will then be seen in Chess The Musical.
He will play alongside former Neighbors alumnus Natalie Bassingthwaighte and I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! star Paulini.
Rob gained instant fame by entering the Australian Idol top 5 in 2003.
Happy: “ It was weird to be back on set but also good to see their happy faces and I love working with the cast and the crew, ” added Rob
Now that the hit show is set to return in 2022, Rob has revealed that he would like to host the new series.
“ I think any platform that showcases Australian talent is a big show, ” the artist told the Daily Telegraph in November.
Rob went on to criticize Australian radio stations for their poor support for local talent.
“To be honest I think our radio stations do a horrible job of promoting Australian artists – do you know what time they play Australian music? From midnight to 6 a.m., he said.
Local Talent: “To be honest I think our radio stations do a horrible job of promoting Australian artists – do you know what time they play Australian music? From midnight to 6 a.m., he said