Thanks to Sheila! What a great girl!
She and Taranee became friends because they both share a passion for dancing. This caused tension with Cornelia and Irma who thought Sheila was a snob. This was further drawn out when Taranee cancelled studying with Irma to go to the dance academy with Sheila. Cornelia seemed to be on better terms with her as they worked together on the Sheffield centennial party with the others.
Taranee was shown to be jealous when she thought Sheila and Luke were on a date at the Cobalt Blue concert, but these feelings disappeared when she told Taranee that he had originally wanted to ask her to the concert.
Sheila was seen talking to Luke about how she was nervous about her audition for the Green Grass video. After Taranee got rejected for the part, she and Luke tried to comfort her, but she brushed them off since they got chosen for the part. Taranee continued to be jealous and when she rejected Sheila's idea about how to help Martin win the election, Sheila was hurt and ran off. Later at the dance studio, she and Luke tried to encourage Taranee as she practiced, but were called away to practice the Green Grass video. When Taranee's dance partner was injured, Sheila set up Luke to dance with her and for them to date. Irma apologized for not liking her after she helped Martin and the two became friends. She unintentionally spilled the beans on how Joel was the one to get Irma the signed CD and thought that the "mystery girl" and him will make a great couple.
Sheila was seen arm in arm with Karmilla. She, Taranee and Luke were selected to open the concert with a dance number. All three expressed their awe at this. She arranged for Irma to meet Karmilla.
- Issue 048: New Horizons
- Issue 049: Between Dream and Reality
- Issue 053: Dancing to a Different Tune
- Issue 054: One More Hug
- Issue 057: The Island of Memories
- Issue 062: Between the Pages
- Issue 063: Arrivals and Departures
- Issue 067: On Your Side
- Issue 069: Beyond Borders
- Issue 072: The Green Flash (cameo)
- Issue 074: At the Heart of It All
- Issue 075: You're Back to Who You Used to Be