'Never say never' - Fair City's Rory Cowan open to Mrs Brown's Boys return



Fair City star Rory Cowan has admitted he's open to returning to Mrs Brown's Boys in the future.

Rory left the comedy back in 2017 after his mother became ill and he was unable to return from an Australian Mrs Brown’s Boys tour to visit her.

After finding further success on Fair City and in various pantos, Brendan O'Carroll revealed this week that the door is open for Rory to return to the show.

'His mother’s passing really took it out of him. She had Alzheimer’s as well as cancer. He was trying to deal and cope with that. She’s passed away and he’s now recovering, so we’ll see what happens. Never say never,' he told the Mirror.

Fans will be delighted to know that after hearing his former boss' comments, Rory is no longer ruling out a return to the show that made him a household name.

'Brendan is right. My mother dying was the reason I left Mrs Brown. But she’s gone three years now and I am over it.

'I haven’t spoken to Brendan but if he is thinking along these lines, it would be nice to meet up with him because I’ve fond memories of working with and being in Mrs Brown.

'I haven’t been thinking about this much. But now Brendan has put it out there, if the fans wanted me back, I’d never say never,' he told the Irish Sun.

Insisting that he and Brendan never had a falling out, Rory added that no matter what happens he will have to make sure it's okay with his Fair City commitments before making a comeback.

He explained: 'If ever I was to go back to Mrs Brown, I’d just walk in on Agnes and say, "Mammy, I’m home", and not say another thing. Now that would be funny!

'But right now, I am very happy in Fair City. I couldn’t do anything without checking with RTE or Fair City, who I am contracted to. But I never had a row with Brendan and agree with everything he says about our time on the show.

'I’d fully agree with Brendan. I’d say never say never. You don’t know what’s going to happen.'

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