ylan Clark-Neal would be "devastated" if "Big Brother" returned without him.
The 30-year-old presenter fronted spin-off "Big Brother's Bit On the Side" from 2013 until it ended this summer and while he hopes the programme will return eventually, he would be upset if he wasn't still a part of it.
Rylan - who won "Celebrity Big Brother 11" in January 2013 - told the new issue of OK! magazine: "Fingers crossed Big Brother will be picked up somewhere. I always said I would never leave Big Brother unless I was sacked or not wanted, so if it does go elsewhere and they want a new host then fair enough, but I'll be devastated.
"Big Brother changed my life."
In 2015, Rylan married his husband Dan, who had been a contestant on the 2014 series of "Big Brother" and he joked meeting his spouse is one of his best moments about the show.
Asked his highlights, he said: "Winning it and finding a husband from it. No, genuinely, my team. We're one massive family."
Two years ago, the former "X Factor" contestant and his husband stood in for regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on "This Morning" and though it was an "honour" to front the show, the couple have no plans to present together any more.
Asked if they would do it again, Rylan said: "Absolutely not, no. I loved it and we were really honoured to be the first same-sex couple to do that but I love the fact my relationship is private.
"We're working together on stuff but Dan does bits behind the scenes.
"Everyone knows we're married but I don't want to rub it in people's faces. You row, you love, you laugh, you cry. It's a normal relationship and exactly what I want."