She left the street in the most dramatic fashion six years ago, but Corrie favourite Michelle Keegan was delighted to be back on the famous cobbles.
Michelle, whose character Tina McIntyre was killed off after she plummeted from the balcony of the builders' yard, walked the most famous street in the world once again.
The actress from Stockport shared a video on her Instagram Stories, the camera panning around to show much-loved features including The Kabin and Dev Alahan's shop.
"Look where I am," she said.
"Feels like yesterday I was on these cobbles."
Michelle didn't reveal why she was back on the street to her followers, but the soap is gearing up for its 60th anniversary celebrations this December.
The 33-year-old went on to play army medic Georgie Lane in the BBC drama Our Girl and Tina Dean in Tina and Bobby, the love story of England footballer legend Bobby Moore and his wife.
She now lives in Essex with her husband of five years Mark Wright.
Her character tragically died after she was pushed off a balcony by Rob Donovan.
He shoved her when she threatened to report him and Tracy Barlow for selling illegal stock.
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Thinking she was dead, he was shocked to find Tina was still alive.
In order to silence her, Rob picked up a nearby metal pipe and repeatedly beat her with it.
Barmaid Tina was found by love rival Carla Connor, who had just found out she'd had an affair with her husband Peter Barlow, and she was rushed to hospital where she had an operation to reduce swelling on her brain.
Sadly Tina suffered a heart attack and attempts to resuscitate her failed.
Michelle is back up north playing Erin in the Sky comedy Brassic which is currently filming its third series in Lancashire.