Robert Rinder wants to host a dating show.
The 'Judge Rinder' star is known amongst his friends for being an excellent match-maker - having had five of his pals successfully tie the knot with people he has set them up with - and he's said he would love to turn his skills into a TV show, but knows it would end up "too filthy" to broadcast.
He said: "I would like to host a dating show but the difficulty is, the questions I want to ask are too filthy and they simply wouldn't broadcast them. I would just want to ask the things everyone wants to know."
And although he's got a knack for setting his friends up, he admits it's a different story in his own love life, as he has "no capacity to be normal" in front of people he's "attracted" to.
He added: "My thing is that if I'm in any way attracted to somebody, I have no capacity to be normal. I'm like Hugh Grant in 'Four Weddings And A Funeral' - on acid."
The 41-year-old star has had plenty of embarrassing encounters with other stars, too, including Taron Egerton and Russell Tovey.
He said: "The person I know I couldn't meet is Taron Egerton. I was on a plane going to Los Angeles and he was with an aunt.
"I was desperate to go to the loo and I couldn't go because he was going to know I was looking. So I had to spend three hours holding it in.
"[I saw Russell Tovey at a recent premiere and] my friend said to me, 'Don't go and speak to him it's not going to go well. There's just no point'."
Rob is starring in a new Channel 4 show 'The Rob Rinder Verdict' in which he casts an eye over topics such as masculinity, living off-grid and "straight pride", and says his verdict on his own love life is that it's "useless".
Speaking to The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column, he said: "It'd be the equivalent of being sentenced to life, but not in a good way. Put it this way - useless. It has the same range and joy as an airline salad."