Perrie Edwards wants to be a TV talent show judge.
The Little Mix singer - who shot to fame in 2011 when her band won 'The X Factor' - has admitted she'd love nothing more than to bag a panellist position on a singing series in the future now that she's gained her own experience in the industry.
Speaking to 1883magazine.com, she said: "The trouble I had growing up was I never had a plan B. Yeah I'd toy with the idea of being a teacher, or wanting to be a vet. But nothing ever felt right other than singing. It's all I've ever done and ever wanted to do. It will ALWAYS be my passion. In the future I'd love to get into movie voice overs/acting, maybe being a judge on a talent show, but singing is my first love!"
The 24-year-old beauty is usually busy globe-trotting with her band mates - consisting of Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - working on new music in the studio or performing to their adoring fans, but she has admitted there's nothing she loves more than to go home and spend time with her family.
She explained: "I just love being around family and doing absolutely nothing! Any chance I get to relax I grab it with both hands. I love a spa day.. I love shopping. Sunday fundays are my favourite! Good Sunday dinner... maybe some activity's like go karting or trampoline parks. I'm literally a big child."
Meanwhile, Perrie wouldn't be the first pop star to secure a judging position on a talent show as Olly Murs - who came second on 'The X Factor' in 2009 - is now a mentor on 'The Voice' alongside Sir Tom Jones, Jennifer Hudson and Will.i.am.
Cheryl, Dannii Minogue, Nicole Scherzinger, Mel B and many, many, more have also been snapped up for the panel on 'The X Factor' at one time or another, while Alesha Dixon, who shot to fame in Mis-Teeq, judges on 'Britain's Got Talent'.