We could be seeing a lot more of Holly Willoughby on our screens as Surprise Surprise is reportedly being lined up for a return.
Last year, ITV bosses confirmed Surprise Surprise was one of the shows that had been “rested” - along with Vernon Kay’s Family Fortunes and Phillip Schofield’s The Cube.
And now the host has claimed that ITV are planning to bring the show back to prime time.
She told the Daily Star: “We are trying to work things out with scheduling,
“I love doing Surprise Surprise so I’m hoping we’ll come back to do it again soon.”
Meanwhile, fans can tune in to watch Holly on This Morning, four days a week and on ITV's Play To The Whistle.
The light entertainment show was hosted by the late Cilla Black from 1984 to 2001.
If the show were to be revived again, it wouldn’t be the only show the late singer fronted to come back.
The 46 year old said of her role: “It’s an honour to be joining such an iconic show and to be working alongside my dear friend Paul.