Judi Love wants to host a celebrity version of 'The Traitors'.
The 43-year-old comedienne is best known for her appearances on ITV1's lunchtime chat show 'Loose Women' but revealed that she has become so enamoured by Claudia Winkelman's reality show - which saw strangers move into a castle in the Scottish Highlands to complete a series of challenges - that she is hoping for a celebrity version and would love to front it if the chance came up.
Writing in her OK! Magazine column, she said: "I loved The Traitors when it first came out, so I’m excited for the new series.
"What a show, and Claudia Winkleman was phenomenal! The drama, the fun and the lies people had to tell – it was unbelievable to watch.
"I was at the Baftas when it won an award; I was screaming because they deserved it. I’m waiting for a celeb spin-off and an aftermath show, where they interview those who’ve been kicked out. If they need a host, I’m here for it!"
The former 'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant also used her column to remind fans that while there is so much violence in the world at the minute, she finds laughter to be "healing" and wants others to find a "safe space" where they can process everything.
She added: "There’s so much going on in the world right now, from the war in the Middle East to youth violence, and people I know personally are suffering.
"Please find a safe space that brings you peace in it all. For me, that’s being on stage and connecting with people, laughing and having a moment that blocks out the devastation.
"We can’t take for granted how people who are seeing the suffering are feeling. We shouldn’t shy away from speaking out and saying how anxious we feel. For me, laughter is healing."