Celebrity Big Brother bosses supposedly asked Stephanie Davis back in the house.
Which sounds fair enough what with the 'All Stars' twist next year.
Only they apparently wanted her newborn baby to join her.
Pregnant Steph, who rose to fame in Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks, is due to give birth in the new year.
And Big Brother producers reportedly hoped the baby could be a part of the show.
"Big Brother producers have asked Steph to go on the series in January for three days with her baby," a source told The Sun newspaper at the weekend weekend. “They think it would make a great story as if the baby definitely is Jeremy’s then it is all a result of their appearance on CBB last year."
Despite the frankly bizarre idea, Stephanie "would love to do it" according to sources.
“It is just a matter of working out logistics and whether they can make it work," the insider claimed.
Stephanie and Channel 5 declined to comment when asked by the tabloid.
However on Twitter, she wrote: "Come on now.. I will not be taking part in CBB 2017. It was lovely to be asked but my priorities are my son and being an amazing mummy xx"
Channel 5 last week did confirm that the new series will - as widely rumoured - see a mix of former Celebrity Big Brother housemates as well as new faces.
New stars rumoured include recent I'm A Celeb winner Scarlett Moffatt, TOWIE's Danielle Armstrong, reality TV regular Bianca Gascoigne and snooker ace Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Meanwhile, past 'all star' housemates who are rumoured to be returning include Jedward, Angelique 'Frenchy' Morgan, ex Strictly pro James Jordan, Katie Price, Nicola McLean, American couple Speidi - Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag - and model Jasmine Lennard, as well as most winner Stephen Bear.
Celebrity Big Brother 2016 begins in January on Channel 5 on January 3.