Singer Cheryl Baker says she would love Bucks Fizz to get back together for a one-off gig to mark the UK hosting Eurovision.
The band - including Cheryl from Tunbridge Wells - won Eurovision in 1981 with their smash hit 'Making Your Mind Up'.
There is one hurdle yet to overcome if they are to stage a reunion next year, though - that's getting all the band members to agree to it.
“It was our 40th anniversary last year and we did ask Bobby G if he’d like to come back just for one gig - but he said no,” said Cheryl.
“Perhaps for next year for Eurovision, he would reconsider.
“I’d love that to happen. There’s been a lot of messy water that’s gone under the bridge but we have a big history together."
“I think it would be really nice to get together for that big occasion,” she told The Mirror.
Bucks Fizz – comprising Bobby G, Cheryl, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston – formed in January 1981 specifically for the contest.
They had three number ones, their Eurovision winner and then with The Land of Make Believe and My Camera Never Lies.
But while they have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, the group’s line-up has changed over the years - most famously when Jay quit the group in 1985 and was replaced by Shelley Preston.
There are now two versions of the band.
One includes original member Bobby G, still using the name Bucks Fizz, while a second is made up of the other three original members - Cheryl, Mike and Jay - performing as The Fizz.
The UK will host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest after an agreement was made due to the ongoing war between Ukraine – who won this year's contest – and Russia.
Usually the competition is held in the current winner’s country. The UK’s Sam Ryder came second in May’s contest with his song Space Man so it is the UK which are due to fill in.
Cheryl said it was great news the UK had stepped in to host it.
The 68-year-old said: “What’s happened this year is that Sam Ryder has instilled a new enthusiasm.
“The UK was becoming blasé and a bit tongue in cheek, with some questioning if we really want it, or should we pull out.
“But he did amazingly – and suddenly it’s coming to the UK next year, and it’s a hot topic. He did a world of good.
“He’s turned it around to, not only being credible, but everyone is excited about it again. I think he could represent the UK again and win it.
"I'd love it to happen. There’s been a lot of messy water that’s gone under the bridge but we have a big history together."
“He’s a smiley man and he’s never been ashamed to say he loves Eurovision and he’s turned it around to a fun event that everyone should enjoy.”
Cheryl, who helped open a Demelza charity shop in Sevenoaks this April, is amazed how Eurovision has grown since her Bucks Fizz triumph.
She said: “Some countries take it very seriously, some have novelty acts. But that’s the beauty of Eurovision, it has a little bit of everything.
“It has amazing lighting and special effects and the crowd is phenomenal.
“When we did it, the audience was full of white shirts and they were only there for the free glass of wine afterwards.
“But now, they do it in massive arenas and the true Eurovision fans are there, waving their flags and cheering everyone on.”
She insists, while the UK will be the host venue, Ukraine will run the show. But she still hopes to return to read out the points even if Bucks Fizz do not reunite.
Cheryl said: “Ukraine will host it, it’s just we will be the host venue.
“I think there will be Ukrainian presenters, and possibly a Ukrainian production team. It’s just that we are letting them use our facilities, for obvious reasons.
“I think Ukraine will be very involved.
“And they should be, because they won it!”