Rylan Clark-Neal is hoping to host a new politics show.
The 30-year-old TV presenter - who won Celebrity Big Brother's 11th series in 2013 and hosted 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side' from 2013 to 2018 - is keen to front a programme which will explain what is currently going on in the news in simpler terms.
Rylan is quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: "People have been saying, 'You should do a politics show that is normal.'
"Not everyone is sitting around in suits discussing the Northern Ireland backstop, but a politics show a bit like 'Bit on the Side', where you explain what the backstop is.
"It's the way you communicate it - I think there is an outlet for it."
Rylan is captivated by the latest news and is currently hooked on getting Brexit updates from BBC Parliament.
He said: "It's my new favourite reality show.
"Genuinely, BBC Parliament is my favourite. Now Brexit has changed to Halloween, which is laughable. I love it, it's brilliant."
And when asked if he would like to run for prime minister himself, the former 'X Factor' contestant would "have a crack at it".
He said: "Maybe I should leave it to the big boys, but who knows what might happen in the future?"
Rylan previously admitted a career highlight for him was when he won the celebrity version of the Channel 5 reality show because it gave him a chance to show everyone his true personality after appearing on 'The X Factor' in 2012.
He said: "My proudest career moment was when I won 'Celebrity Big Brother' because after what I'd been through on 'The X Factor', 'CBB' gave me the chance to show everyone who I really was."