Sally Ann Matthews has urged "Emmerdale" bosses to bring back Mathew Bose and Hayley Tamaddon.
The "Coronation Street" star would love to see her pal Mathew - who played Paul Lambert on an off from 2004 to 2015 - back on the rival ITV soap, and she has also supported calls for Hayley to reprise her role as Del Dingle in the Dales.
She tweeted: "Absolutely @emmerdale should bring back @mathewbose! x (sic)
Sally has warned show bosses she will send them a "death glare" if they do not sign Mathew back up for the soap.
She wrote on Twitter: "Woe betide you if you let me down .... x
"You know your stuff. I'll death glare them if @emmerdale don't see sense x (sic)"
In response to a fan who called for Mathew and Hayley to return to the soap, Sally wrote: "That's my Christmas present right there @emmerdale!! (RT the fudge out of all of this tweeps. Ta) x (sic)"
Nicola Wheeler, who plays Paul's half-sister Nicola King on the show, also joined the social media campaign to get Mathew back on the soap, admitting she "concurs" with Sally.
Sally - who plays Jenny Bradley in "Corrie" - then wrote: "I double, triple, quadruple concur @emmerdale! He's her brother and as a loyal viewer I NEED to see that story!!!!! x (sic)"
The 47-year-old star's comments come after TV presenter Lorraine Kelly suggested the "ridiculously handsome" Mathew - who initially played Paul from 2004 to 2009 - should be welcomed back to the soap "with open arms".
She wrote: "I'm sure you recall Emmerdale's Paul Lambert, who made a huge impact during his five years in the Dales.
"Paul was played by the ridiculously handsome Mathew Bose, who must have a painting in the attic because he hasn't aged a day since leaving school.
"Surely his return is long overdue. His family are still in "Emmerdale", including dad Rodney Blackstock, auntie Diane Sugden and his half-sisters. There are lots of layers to Paul, too.
"His alter-ego is drag queen Thelma Louise, while he and his boyfriend Jonny were the first characters in a primetime drama to have a civil partnership, back in 2008.
"Surely such an interesting character should be welcomed back to "Emmerdale" with open arms."