Margot Robbie played Donna Freedman in Neighbours back between 2008 and 2011.
The character came on to the soap completely obsessed with Ty Harper (Dean Geyer) and eventually managed to wangle herself into his band.
Donna was a kooky yet obnoxious character who eventually settled in to her loveable nature when she found friendship with the teens of Ramsay Street.
One of her main storylines was a relationship with Ringo Brown (Sam Clark).
Their turbulent relationship ended in disaster after Stephanie Scully (Carla Bonner) ran Ringo over with her motorcycle.
Following his death, a devastated Donna moved to America in an attempt to get over her lost-love.
Now, it seems that Margot, 27, is up for a return to Erinsborough.
When asked by Australian publication WHO if she would like to reprise her role as Donna, the Hollywood starlet seemed keen.
“Yeah, I think I would, totally,” she revealed.
The Wolf Of Wall Street actor added: “We could get the whole gang back together. I’d be in.”
Just yesterday, it was announced that Margot had been nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars.
She plays Toyah Harding in I, Toyah, which is yet to be released in the UK.
The real life story and controversies are laid bare in the film which has already gained lots of buzz from film critics.
Margot celebrated her first ever nomination at the premiere for the film.
She admitted that she shed a tear along with her mother when she bagged the recognition.
Neighbours airs weekdays on Channel 5 from 1.45pm and is repeated at 5.30pm.