Scarlett Moffatt wants to be known as a "TV presenter" instead of a "reality star".
The former 'Gogglebox' star is set to host 'I'm A Celebrity .. Get Me Out of Here!' spin off show 'Extra Camp', but the star has admitted her ultimate goal is to shed the titled of being only known for being on television and actually recognised for her work as a host.
Speaking to Metro newspaper, the 27-year-old said: "To be known as Scarlett Moffatt TV presenter, not 'reality star'. That's the dream."
Scarlett co-hosted 'Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway' with the comedy duo Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, but the star has admitted her contract to return to the programme has not been renewed yet, although she hopes it does.
Asked about her return to the shoe, she said: "I wouldn't go that far. A contract hasn't come through the door but I'm doing 'Extra Camp' show so I'm seeing them [Ant and Dec] on that. I love them. I want to be their third wheel. Doing 25 episodes of live TV will be a good learning experiences. Let's see if it lasts."
Scarlett has high hopes for a busy future in the entertainment industry and she would love nothing more than to be signed up for 'Strictly Come Dancing', although she knows she won't get the call because of her ballroom background.
She said: "I'd absolutely love to do it, but I know I never could because I've done ballroom and Latin dancing for 20 years. It's nice when you see people learn a new skill but with me it would be catching up."