Graham Norton is worried he is “overexposed” on TV.

Graham Norton is worried he is 'overexposed' on TV.

Graham Norton is worried he is 'overexposed' on TV.

The 60-year-old TV star, who hosts his own chat programme ‘The Graham Norton Show’, has been a staple on screen for years, appearing in the likes of ‘Eurovision’ and ‘Wheel of Fortune’ but worries the public will get fed up of seeing him as frequently as they currently do.

In an interview with Attitude magazine, he said: “I feel overexposed in that suddenly all these things are happening at once. It’s like, ‘Will [he] ever get off my TV?’

Graham also appears in ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ as a judge alongside Olympic diver Tom Dailey, ‘Saltburn’ actor Richard E. Grant, comedian Katherine Ryan, singer Kim Petras and fashion model Adwoa Aboah, and has insisted he is keen to stay on the programme for as long as possible.

When asked how long he wanted to be a judge on the show, he said: “‘Indefinitely’ makes it sound like me and Ru will be skeletons behind the desk! I’m still enjoying it, and they’re still asking me to do it.”

The presenter then revealed he preferred the UK version to that of the American counterpart, and argued that the original series across the pond has been influenced by its British spinoff show.

He said: You know, it was interesting when the show started here. I adored the American version, and you didn’t know what it was going to be like here. Can UK queens really come up with all those looks?! But I’ve been so impressed with them.

“In lots of ways, I prefer the UK version. I think it has informed the sorts of queens they’re casting in America. This new series, I think the casting has been influenced by the UK.”

Despite loving his TV career, Graham admitted he was “always nervous” to agree to new programmes.

He explained: “I’m always nervous saying yes to new jobs. No matter how strong the format, you just don’t know what the experience will be like, if you enjoy working with new people, the contestants. There are a lot of unknowns.”