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Lucifer’s Lesley-Ann Brandt films last ever scene with Tom Ellis and we’re not ready to say goodbye

Lucifer star Lesley-Ann Brandt has left fans heartbroken with a look behind-the-scenes of her final moments filming with Tom Ellis.

The South African actress has been playing the volatile sidekick to the Devil himself for the past six seasons, but as the show prepares to wrap, emotions are running high in real life.

After filming her final moments with Tom, who plays the Lord of the Underworld, Lesley-Ann shared her emotional goodbye to her co-star, and we’re really not prepared to let these two go.

With pictures of her hugging Tom, Lesley Ann wrote: ‘This. After our final Maze and Lucifer scene for the entire series. It’s raw and straight from the heart.

‘Thank you @joshstyle and [Chris Rafferty] for capturing this and thank you [Kevin Alejandro] for giving us freedom to just be present. Mostly, thank you [Tom Ellis] for being right there in it with me.

‘Always, Your Mazikeen.’

In the two photos, seemingly taken without Tom or Lesley-Ann’s prior knowledge, the devilish pair are seen hugging each other in costume, and then on the LAPD set away from the rest of the cast and crew sharing another emotional goodbye.

Currently in the series, Maze has been left hurt by Lucifer who doesn’t believe she has a soul because she’s a demon, and has joined forces with his twin brother Michael in retaliation.

Lucifer and Maze have been a dream team for six seasons (Picture: Netflix)

But with a season and a half still left to come to our screens, this could all change – and noone wants a soul and to be loved more than Mazekeen, whose time on Earth has seen her softer side emerge.

The second half of season five is due on our screens soon, but was postponed due to the coronavirus crisis.

Lucifer also had to have drastic writing changes after a last-minute hurrah saw Netflix announce more episodes of the crime-fighting devil show.

Initially, it was confirmed that the series would end at the end of season five, but halfway through production, they surprised fans by adding a season six.

Lucifer seasons 1-3 are available on Amazon Prime Video, and seasons 4 and 5 are available on Netflix.

Credit: Original article published here.

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