Lucero is rumored to be returning to acting, but not with Telemundo. The 45-year-old actress is allegedly returning to her home, Televisa, where she has been part of some of the best telenovelas like "Cuando Llega El Amor," "Chispita," "Los Parientes Pobres," "Lazos De Amor," "Soy Tu Dueña" and many more. The singer of hits like "Tacticas de Guerra" and "Cuéntame" was last seen as host of "Yo Soy El Artista," a music talent show that did not fare well with U.S. audiences and was deemed a flop. Now "Todo Para La Mujer" reports that she is beign courted by two Televisa producers to star in their next project. Juan Osorio ("Mi Corazón Es Tuyo") has an eye on her to be the lead character of his next comedy about a single mother raising her children and the wacky situations she gets in. Carla Estrada is also set to return and produce telenovelas and wants Lucero to be the star of her next project. Lucero and Estrada have a long working relationship and it would be optimal for both of them to return to the genre with each other.

We all remember how Lucero ended up on Telemundo, right? After the scandal of her hunting exotic animals the telenovela actress was dropped by multiple gigs she had lined up like "Viña Del Mar" and Teleton host. The image we had of Lucero was tarnished and now we only saw an aggressive woman that liked to hunt and kill animals. Call us skeptics, but we think Televisa and Telemundo formed a truce. To let things die down, Televisa allowed Lucero to go to Telemundo and host that singing show. It wouldn't compete with Televisa's telenovela, which is how the network makes the bulk of its money. It would just be a show she hosted to allow her to move on past the scandal. Now that the show is over, people have already forgotten about all the drama and her coming back to the small screen in a melodrama would be an easier transition as there is some dirt over her dark past. Although in theory, Telemundo and Televisa are rivals, both networks actually have an alliance. Televisa buys Telemundo content and airs it on Gala TV. All of Telemundo's productions air on the Mexican network. So our theory is not too far-fetched.

When Lucero announced she was part of "Yo Soy El Artista" last year she said: “I am extremely happy to be the host of ‘Yo Soy el Artista.' It is a powerful reality concept with all the necessary ingredients to discover great new talent and develop them. I love that aspect of the show. These types of programs are attractive for the audience and very important for so many artists who are waiting for a great opportunity. I also am thrilled to work with such a great team of professionals who are fully committed to such an important project.” What do you think? Would you watch a telenovela starring Lucero if she returns?