It’s not unusual to see actors from soaps make an appearance in another weekly drama, with several characters departing their worlds to appear in another.
Former Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas, 34, who played Jason Grimshaw in the ITV soap is one notable example of an actor who made the switch.
The Celebrity Big Brother winner played Rafael Humphreys in the Channel 5 soap and although his time was brief, the character made a lasting impression. Could Bonnie make the same bold move?
Asked if she would ever appear in a British soap, Bonnie told Express.co.uk: “We’ll have to see.
“I am enjoying acting. Acting is very new to me but I love it and I defiantly want to do more of it,” the actress continued.
Could Bonnie arrive in Weatherfield to reconnect with a long-lost family member? Possibly an accomplice for Hannah Gilmore (played by Hannah Ellis Ryan) in her scheming plot against Liz McDonald (Beverly Callard) and Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley)?
Hannah is tricking Liz out of her savings by pretending to be her dead daughter Katie, in cahoots with Jim McDonald (Charles Lawson) in an act of revenge against his ex-wife.
The scheming couple have spun a lie, telling Liz Hannah/Katie was swapped with another baby in the hospital and has since been living in Australia.
But could Bonnie arrive to oust the truth and reveal Hannah’s true colours?
Before making her Neighbours debut earlier this year, Bonnie rose to fame in 2007 after winning Australia’s Got Talent.
Bonnie’s character Bea arrived in Erinsborugh as the younger sister of Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta), with the nieces of iconic Neighbours character Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburn) reuniting after years apart.
If she did make the swap, Bonnie would be following in the footsteps of Neighbours legend Anne Charleston, 75, who played Madge Bishop on the Australian soap.
Anne appeared in Emmerdale between 2006 and 2009, playing Lily Butterfied, the sister of Dales regular Edna Birch (Shirley Stelfox).
Bonnie made an appearance on Loose Women easier this year alongside Anne and several other cast members of Neighbours past and present.
Speaking about sitting alongside popular characters such as Susan and Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) and Harold Bishop (Ian Smith), Bonnie admitted the situation was very surreal.
The actress said: “That was honestly a real cool moment for me. I never thought I would do something like that.
“I get to work with Susan and Karl every day and it’s an absolute dream. I adore them,” Bonnie continued.
Next week, the ITV soap is lining up action-pack episodes which leaves lives hanging in the balance.
Amongst the drama, Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) will be making his return to the cobbles after over a year away from Weatherfield.
Coronation Street continues tomorrow night at 7.30pm on ITV and Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm with a repeat at 5.30pm on Channel 5.