THINGS are about to get shaken up in Neighbours when Toadie's ex-wife Dee Bliss comes back from the dead.
But she might not be the only classic character to return to the soap, according to show star Olympia Valance.
The 23-year-old revealed she thinks her sister, now known by her married name Holly Candy, would almost certainly reprise her role on the hit Aussie show.
Holly hit our screens as Felicity Scully in 1999 before she left the show in 2002 to launch her pop career.
Younger sister Olympia joined in 2014 as the love child of Lauren Branning and Brad Willis.
"A Flick return would be good," she told The Express. "It would be so much fun because Steph's on the show, so she should come back and see her sister.
"She probably would do it for me. I mean she's in London doing her own thing. It wouldn't be for money that's for sure, but maybe to work with her sister."
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This isn't the first time that Olympia has teased fans with a Flick return.
Speaking to The Daily Star, Olympia said: "Holly isn't completely against doing it. Our characters aren't related in any way, but Steph Scully is on the show. Who knows, it could happen."
Adding: "I know Holly is busy with her baby at the moment but it would be amazing if she did a couple of episodes."
Actress and model Olympia is in London ahead of next week's dramatic disaster on the show.
Just months after blowing up the Lassiter's Hotel, convict Jacka plans to sabotage Lauren's hen party with dire consequences.
The party goers take to the sky in a hot air balloon but its not long before it plummets to the ground.
And one favourite character doesn't survive the crash.
Watch Neighbours Monday-Friday on Channel 5 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm.
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