Hayley Tamaddon wants her Coronation Street character to return to the soap to take over Streetcars.
The 42-year-old star portrayed Andrea Beckett in the ITV soap from 2013 to 2015 and admits it would "a dream" to reprise her role, and thinks she could "cause a bit of chaos" for Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson).
She said: "It would be a dream to go back to Corrie, it really would.
"I see all my friends from Corrie all the time. I'm so close to them.
"It was lovely to go in the live [episode], it was such a celebration.
It would be a dream to go back to Corrie, it really would.
"But there's always a chance she could come back, cause a bit of chaos for Steve.
"Maybe she could run the cab company for a while?"
Streetcars owner Steve may not need much more chaos in his life as on last night's (May 22) Corrie double bill he caused one of his cab passengers to get run over by another car, just days after he accidentally acted as a getaway driver for a criminal customer.
The police have now told him he will have his cab driving licence taken off him.
As well as mixing things up for Steve, Hayley hinted she wouldn't mind reprising her role as Emmerdale character Del Dingle, admitting she should be at Zak (Steve Halliwell) and Lisa Dingle's (Jane Cox) wedding, which will air tonight (Thursday May 23), because her alter ego is part of the family.
Speaking on Lorraine, Hayley said: "Why am I not there? I should be [there] causing chaos."
Hayley played Del in Emmerdale from 2005 to 2007 before joining Corrie in 2013 for two years.
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