Towie original set for shock comeback insisting 'it's the right time to make a return' | The Sun

TOWIE legend Lauren Goodger is set to make an epic comeback to the Essex reality show – seven years after her exit.

TV star Lauren – who shot to fame in 2010 as one of the original cast members – is said to feel it's the "right time" for a return.

During her time on the show, viewers watched her on/off romance with former fiancé Mark Wright, before finally leaving in 2016.

Now, a source close to the reality star said Lauren, 37,“feels like it’s the right time to make a return”, adding, “She would consider going back this time.

“It would be a bit of a shock for viewers, but she’s getting a lot of love at the moment.

"It would be so exciting to see her on the show as she is now – as a single mum back out in the dating world," they told New Magazine.


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Just last months, pals of the star said that Lauren would make a great addition to the show.

A source told New Magazine: "Both shows have big audiences and cult followings.

"It would mark a big TV comeback for Lauren.

"She feels she is in a good place and is ready to take on different challenges after a difficult year."

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The insider went on: "Lauren isn't the same person people saw on Towie – she's now a mum and has changed a lot.

"It's really obvious to producers that she's in a completely different stage of her life and she's looking forward to showing a new Lauren."

"A woman who had different priorities than she did in her twenties."

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