She’s the singer turned actress turned Bachelorette who has come a long way since starting her career with girl band Bardot.
But Sophie Monk has left the door open to the possibility of revisiting her roots, by having a reunion ‘backyard gig’ with her former bandmates.
The 37-year-old refused to shoot down the idea of a Bardot revival when asked on The Project on Sunday night.
Get the band back together? Sophie Monk leaves the door open to a reunion with her former girl band Bardot
‘I don’t know, people keep asking me [if we would get back together],’ the pretty blonde told show co-host Tommy Little.
Tommy suggested other members would be more desperate for a reunion as Sophie has ‘other stuff’ on.
‘Yeah, I just don’t know really. I don’t know how to answer that question,’ Sophie said while struggling for words, before quickly changing the topic to the weather.
Sophie’s comments come just days after fellow former band member Chantelle Barry had a very awkward interview on The Morning Show.
Almost two decades ago, she stole money from Sophie that caused her to be unceremoniously booted from the group.
Reunion on the cards? The 37-year-old refused to shoot down the idea of a Bardot revival when asked on The Project on Sunday night
Due for a catch up? Tommy suggested other members would be more desperate for a reunion as Sophie has ‘other stuff’ on
Although Chantelle only confessed that she did pilfer cash from Sophie just weeks ago, the now actress said she’s sick of talking about it.
Unperturbed, host Larry Emdur asked her on Wednesday: ‘Do clear up the story, what is the answer?’
Becoming visibly awkward, Chantelle tried to evade further questions on the incident she referred him back to the magazine interview in which she’d made the confession.
‘It’s in Woman’s Day, you can read it there,’ she said.
‘I just want to put that to sleep!’ Sophie’s comments come just days after fellow former band member Chantelle Barry had a very awkward interview on The Morning Show
Not to be put off, Larry continued to probe the brunette telling her she had to ‘talk about it a little bit.’
‘I’d rather move onto the next chapters of my life right now,’ she retorted.
However, Chantelle quickly backtracked and said: ‘You want to know what people are talking about. It was about stealing money from Sophie Monk. It’s about whether you left or if they sacked you.
‘I did leave, I did leave. After I left it was radio silence from everyone. I was done with. They didn’t talk to me,’ she added.
Over it: Athough Chantelle only confessed that she did pilfer cash from bandmate Sophie Monk just weeks ago, the now actress says she’s sick of talking about it
Chantelle, along with Sophie, Katie Underwood, Belinda Chapple and Sally Polihronas, was one of the original winners of reality show Popstars until her time with the band ended in disgrace in 2001.
She was quickly replaced with Tiffini Wood.
Chantelle gave an interview to Woman’s Day at the beginning of October, in which she confessed she had stolen money from Sophie while on the reality TV show.
The reality TV star was forced out following the incident, with management giving her $1,000 to exit the band quickly and quietly.
Chantelle recalled that Sophie said she’d forgive her but she still ‘felt terrible’.
Water under the bridge: Chantelle recalled that Sophie (pictured) said she’d forgive her for stealing the money but she still ‘felt terrible’