'Gavin & Stacey' Star Joanna Page Says She'd Put Money On The Sitcom's Return
The 42-year-old actress teased she would "put money on" the hit show returning to screens in the future - and she's even got some ideas when it comes to the plot.
This year's seasonal special saw Nessa get down on one knee and propose to Smithy, in a romantic moment we'd all hoped for, but thought would never come.
But the episode cut off right before he could answer her heartfelt plea, leaving viewers at home on tenterhooks.
Quizzed by The Sun about whether the show would be back, Joanna said: "If I had to put a bet on it I would say yes - but I have no idea if it is coming back.
"I thought we would never do it again, I spent 10 years telling people we were never doing it again, then suddenly we did the special!
"But when I first read [the script] on my phone and got to the end I thought: 'What!! They can't leave it like that!!'
"I want to know if Smithy is going to say yes, so they've got to do one."
The actress went on to divulge that she would really like a "holiday special" - even suggesting that the cast should jet off somewhere like Spain.
We bet that would be a pretty good gig to film, eh?
Joanna isn't the only cast member who has confirmed she would return to the show, with Larry Lamb also speaking out on Lorraine and revealing he'd reprise his role as Mick Shipman if asked.
And apparently even James Corden is game.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain about the chance of a comeback, Oscar Hartland, who plays Neil "the baby" on the show, said: "I did ask James in the process of filming. He said it's just what the people want."
He continued: "Me, I would love it to happen. It really depends what other people think about it and whether they like it or not."
Given the success of the Christmas special, it's pretty safe to say the people want it, James and Ruth.
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