LONDON, May 4 (UPI) -- Graham Norton is refusing to tone down his outrageous British talk show, the BBC has reported.
Norton has said his switch to BBC One does not mean his act will be less risque, but he admitted the show will be aimed at a different audience when it starts up again later this year.
"I'm not going to tone it down. I'm making a different program for a different audience," he told BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs.
Norton told presenter Sue Lawley growing up gay in southern Ireland had made him feel like an outsider.
"There was no one to be gay with. I felt different. I felt 'other' when I was growing up in Ireland," he said.
Norton also revealed he had always wanted to be famous, even though he thought he had no particular talents.
"I can't sing, or juggle or do anything. Yet I'm doing my dream job ... and who knew that it was a job. You dress it up, you dress it up as you, wanting to be an actor, but the bottom line was that fame was my ambition," he said.