Melissa George isn't ruling out a return to Home and Away.
Despite previously trying to distance herself from the Australian soap, the actress shared that she has been approached – and even suggested that she wouldn't be completely opposed to popping by Erinsborough again.
"They have offered, but I don't know," she told Daily Telegraph Australia.
"[Being associated with the show] is a hard thing to shake, and at one point I tried to shake it, but there is no point."
Back in 2012, George was criticised after she slammed an Australian TV show for focusing so much on her Home and Away past.
"My next call will be to Home and Away to ask them to pay me, because nobody does more promotion for that f**king show than me," she said at the time, which led to Prison Break star Dominic Purcell (who appeared as Constable Rogers in three episodes in 1991) to describe her remarks as "uncalled for and immature".
But since then, she's looked back at her time on the soap more fondly.
In 2016, she shared a throwback picture of her character Angel Parrish with love interest Shane (Dieter Brummer).
"I just thought it was really beautiful," she said later of the snap. "It was just a really beautiful photo.
"I went through a bit of my resume, I put up pictures of Hunted, In Treatment, little things like that, then came across that [Home and Away] one and thought, 'Oh, I remember that day so well'.
"I fell in love with acting that very day."
Home and Away airs on Channel 5.
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