Shane Jenek wants to see more community spaces for LGBTQ people.
The Australian drag queen - who is also known as Courtney Act - would love to see more spaces around the country for the queer community to go to.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at the Attitude Pride Awards at the Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge, London, he said: "So there's an LGBT Plus centre that has just been funded through crowdfunding. They raised £100,000 pounds but the award I'm presenting is about community spaces.
"It's challenging to find spaces for the queer community that aren't about alcohol and bars and stuff like that. I think it would be really cool if there was general support but even some non-alcohol nightlife-based places for people to go. I think it would be really cool to have som - not a queer bowling alley, that's for straight people - I want whatever the queer adjacent to that would be."
The 'Celebrity Big Brother' winner has a busy summer ahead and is trying to get to as many pride celebrations as possible.
He added: "I'm going to the Edinburgh Fringe; it's my second time there and I'm really excited about that. I'm doing my show 'Under The Covers' and just got to London on Monday and just lots of prides. There's Pride tomorrow. I'm going to go to Black Pride on Saturday and then Glasgow Pride and Bournemouth Pride and Liverpool Pride and all sorts of Prides around the UK. My life is one big Pride really. It's pretty fun because when you've done like this hemisphere then you go to the southern hemisphere and they have summer and it's Pride again."