Lydia Bright could return to "The Only Way is Essex".
The 27-year-old star recently quit the show that made her famous, but she insists she isn't necessarily walking away for good, and could be tempted back if some other old faces were to return.
Speaking to Closer magazine, she said: "I'm taking a break but I'd never say never to a return. We will see how things go. I just want to focus now on other things. If I had more friends on the show and more time, I would never rule out going back."
One of the people Lydia thinks should make a full-time return to "TOWIE" is Lauren Goodger.
She said: "Lauren looks incredible. She's put in the hard work and I'm so proud of her.
""TOWIE" needs her back full time with old favourites Lucy Mecklenburgh and Sam Faiers. They could have a huge squabble."
While Lydia has drawn a line under her on/off relationship with James "Arg" Argent, she insists they are still friends and she will always cherish their time together.
She said: "Even though it didn't work, we had some good times and I've learned a lot.
"I look back and think, "We became famous together."
"We're friends but not overly friendly. I can't hold on to anger.
"You're never going to move on with that, it's bad energy."
Lime Pictures - the production company who produce the show - previously confirmed they would welcome Lydia back to the show in the future if she wanted to go back.
They said in a statement recently: "Lydia has decided to take a break from "TOWIE" and this decision is fully supported by Lime Pictures."
This isn't the first time Lydia has walked away from the programme as she decided to take a break back in 2013 after she struck up a relationship with Tom Kilbey.