As you may have heard, Australian soap 'Neighbours' will come to an end in August, after 37 years.

It will bow out with an hour-long special that will feature some characters from the past - although it seems that not all of them were ready and willing to return to Erinsborough.

Kylie Minogue has revealed that she felt under pressure to make an appearance in the finale in an interview with Seth Myers.

"When I was 19, I finished school and signed up for the dole, because I thought I was never gonna get a job - but I got this role in Neighbours in 1986.

She added: "There was quite a bit of pressure for me to come back, so I shot my scenes back in Australia,” although she did acknowledge what a springboard the show was for her music career.

The soap famously launched the careers of the likes of Kylie, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce and even Russell Crowe and Margot Robbie, who all went on to global fame. Minogue revealed that Guy Pearce has also shot scenes for the finale.

In the same interview, Myers asked her about a photo featuring her with Conor McGregor, which was taken after the recent premiere of Baz Luhrmann's 'Elvis' at the Cannes Film Festival.

"We look so happy there," she said. "My three nephews are 11, 13 and 16 - prime. So I get a message from them saying 'You met Conor McGregor?!' There are so many moments I don't think are gonna travel that far, but I was excited, and they were freaking."

She added, joking, "It's almost like we checked what each other was going to wear, there."

The 'Neighbours' finale will air on August 1st.

Watch the interview here: