Emma Willis says she plans to host Big Bother for 'as long as she can'.
Dismissing rumours of a possible exit, Emma also said she hoped to be back on The Voice UK next year when it moves to ITV.
But as well as all that, Emma says she'd love to do more factual and documentary shows, with What Would Be Your Miracle? currently airing on ITV on Thursday nights.
Emma said: "Big Brother is something I’ve always loved. It’s addictive. The Voice is great, too – you want to help people live out their dreams in a very positive way because it’s what they want to do as a career.
"And this show [What Would Be Your Miracle?] is trying to see if people can live out their dreams in a life-changing way."
In a chat with the Daily Star newspaper, Emma continued: "My ambition is just to keep on going. I’d like to do more documentaries like What Would be Your Miracle? and I’d like to carry on doing The Voice, if they’ll have me.
"I’m going to carry on with Big Brother, too, for a little while anyway.
"People often ask me which job I wish I could do and the answer is that I have it already. I love my job and I’ve got a few shows that I really enjoy, and as long as I can continue with them that’d be lovely."
Emma is currently expecting her third child in-between all her TV work and confessed she was slightly worried about going into labour live on BBC One during The Voice finals last month.
She revealed: "I’d told my co-host Marvin Humes to be prepared! And I said to his wife Rochelle, who’s often in the audience, that she’d just have to get up and grab the mic if I went into labour.
"She said, 'Oh, let Marv do it on his own, I’ll come backstage and help deliver the baby!' So Marv and Rochelle were definitely ready to either deliver or take the reins."
Emma's What Will Be Your Miracle? airs Thursday nights on ITV at 9PM.