Trisha Goddard is reportedly in talks to bring back her chat show.
The 59-year-old presenter is said to be "desperate" to make a return to television screens full time after she made her debut on the "Big Brother" spin-off "Big Brother's Bit On The Side" earlier this week and is hoping bosses decide to reboot her morning programme "Trisha".
A source told The Sun Online: "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."
"Trisha" initially aired on ITV from 1998 until 2004 before it moved to Channel 5 until 2010. She then took it to the US but it proved a flop with viewers and was cancelled after two series.
Trisha recently admitted that she never imagined she'd still be "alive" now after she was diagnosed with breast cancer and battled with drugs and depression.
She said at the time: "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 b****y glad I'm still alive. 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."