Neighbours fans are set for a dramatic week as the mystery surrounding Dee Bliss (Madeleine West)’s alive or dead status is finally cleared up.
The storyline has seen Dee’s husband Toadie Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) put through the mill after initially believing Dee, who apparently died on their wedding day, was still alive.
However the woman he believed to be her is actually an imposter called Andrea, who is posing as Dee in a bid to get money from the Bliss family.
Now that’s out in the open, it’s believed that Dee is dead after all – but is she really?
Here’s what’s actually going on…
Is Dee Bliss alive in Neighbours?
Just in case you’re not keeping up, the real Dee Bliss – who apparently perished in 2003 – is in fact alive and well.
While Andrea Somers had been posing as her, Dee is now set to make a dramatic return to the soap and confront her impersonator, in scenes to be aired this week.
There have previously been hints that Dee is still alive and living under the name Karen in Byron Bay – and her mum Heather is determined to find out the truth for herself.
Having tracked down the woman who claims to be Karen, she and Andrea are set to come face to face on a clifftop, solving this mystery once and for all.
Dee was presumed dead after Toadie drove their car off a cliff and into the sea shortly after they became husband and wife.
However her body was never found – while many have been led to speculate that the character could still be alive after West made a couple of one-off surprise appearances on Neighbours in recent years.
The soap’s official Twitter page has also dropped a few hints of late, with a trailer released at the end of May which they captioned: ‘Remember when Toadie’s new wife Dee went missing on their wedding day, after their car crashed into the sea?
‘Well, turns out, she might be a REALLY good swimmer…’
When is Neighbours on?
The show airs weekdays on Channel 5 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm.
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