Alison Hammond has become a TV favourite after her stints in reality TV, including Big Brother, I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, and Strictly Come Dancing.
As the This Morning regular, 46, looked back on her television career, she said she would consider going back on a dating show similar to Celebs Go Dating, which she says she loved.
"I might go back to a dating show like Celebs Go Dating," the bubbly presenter exclusively told OK! "I really enjoyed that. I loved going on dates.
"Plus, they pay for your dinner! I’d definitely do that again."
Alison then confessed she is a fan of Married At First Sight and would put her name forward to take part in the experiment if they offered a celebrity instalment.
"And I love Married at First Sight," she shared. "If they ever do a celebrity version of that I would absolutely do that. I’d get married – 100 per cent."
However, Alison wouldn't be as keen if the whole show would be based around matching celebs with celebs.
She continued: "But it would have to be celebrities with non-famous people. I don’t want to marry a celebrity.
"I want to be the star. I want to be the main attraction!"
The shows MAFS UK and MAFS Australia has seen plenty of their couples express their unhappiness over their matches when they met them for the first time at the altar.
And being a fan of the show herself, Alison went on to address what she would do if she realised her husband wasn't the one for her.
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"I’d give it a go because the experts have put them together with you so I’d give it a chance," she added.
"Even if I didn’t fancy them because there’s a reason why they’ve put me with that person. I’d love it."
It comes after Alison, who is mum to 16-year-old son Aidan, opened up on her regrets over not having more children.
"I wish I’d banged out two at the same time," she told OK!. "As soon as I had Aidan I went straight on contraception because the doctors encourage you to. I wish I hadn’t listened and just banged another baby out then."
She went on: "I’m so disappointed as I always saw myself with five or six kids, not one. I’ve got so much love to give, I need six to share it all around."
Despite this, Alison hasn't ruled out adoption as a way to expand her family. She revealed: "Never say never. But I’d want to do it with a partner and I’m not with anyone at the moment. You can do it on your own, but I don’t want to."
You’ve Got to Laugh: Stories from a Life Lived to the Full by Alison Hammond (Bantam Press, £20) is out now. Alison and Dermot are presenting This Morning daily from 18 to 22 October at 10am, on ITV and ITV Hub.
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