Classic ITV daytime chat show making a comeback?

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Chat show host Trisha Goddard is in talks to bring her daytime show back to our screens.

The 59-year-old is hoping to bring back the show after her appearance on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side last night.

The talk show was showed on ITV from 1998 to 2004.

Trisha is in talks of bringing back her show (Credit: FameFlynet)

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A source told The Sun: “Trisha would love to bring her chat show back and is just looking for the right deal.

“She’s had a few meetings and is going to mull over her choices.

“She’s not in a rush to make any rash decisions and will make sure it’s the best option for her.”

The presenter recently opened up about her struggles on Lorraine (Credit: ITV)

The presenter recently opened up about battling cancer, overcoming a drug addiction and battling depression.

She also admitted she didn’t think she would make it see her 60th birthday.

The star recently opened up about her addictions and mental health issues.

She said: “I never imagined I’d still be alive now, let alone make it to see 60.

“I can’t even think about what turning 60 actually means. I’m just glad I’m still alive.

Trisha’s talk show was a hit with viewers (Credit: YouTube)

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“And I can’t say the cancer won’t ever come back – I don’t know that, but I’ll do everything I can to help my health.

“The cancer drugs slowly but surely push your weight up and give you a fatty liver.

“But I’ve never been someone to say, ‘great, the cancer’s gone. Let’s hit the bottle and slob out.’ You’ve got to help the surgeons and the NHS. I think we have a duty to do what we can to help ourselves, so that’s what I’ve done – to improve my longevity’.”

Talking about her battle with depression she added: “My depression was so bad that the only thing tethering me to the planet was making the next breast feed for my girls.

“It was literally making that next small step and a psychiatric nurse called Elaine made that possible.

“God help me, that woman found a way to get me connecting when I couldn’t talk. Your mind dies but you’re kept mentally alive. And I’m now living life to the max.”