Chloe Lanier might be done right now, but it looks like she’s not done for good. In fact, the blonde beauty recently admitted that she’s open to returning to General Hospital in the future to reprise her role as the villainous Nelle. She’s been on the highly-rated soap for two years now but is leaving in order to pursue other projects in the entertainment industry.
Chloe recently pointed out in a tweet to her fans that Nelle is not dead yet, which means that she can still return at anytime. In other words, her story is far from being over. The last that fans saw her, she was kicking way through the Port Charles Police Department while being restrained.
In a tweet to her fans, Chloe wrote, “Thank you to all of my passionate and lovely @GeneralHospital fans !!! I love you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for helping make the past two years some of the best of my life. Also…Nelle isn’t dead. She isn’t done.”
Thank you to all of my passionate and lovely @GeneralHospital fans !!! I love you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for helping make the past two years some of the best of my life. Also…Nelle isn’t dead. She isn’t done. ☠😺
— Chloe Lanier (@chloelanier) August 7, 2018
Now, whether or not viewers will see Nelle in the future remains to be seen, but it seems as though Chloe is already planning her comeback. Seeing how Nelle has managed to cause so much trouble in Port Charles for the Corinthos family, there’s a strong possibility that she will be back sooner rather than later for more. Of course, fans will just have to tune in to see what will happen next!
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