Graham Norton has said his next novel “will be page after page of bum sex.”

The author has revealed that his next novel will make up for the lack of gay people in his first novel, which is due for release on the 6th of October.

In an interview with the Sunday Times the talk show host revealed that he felt people would “reach for the gay bit.”

Norton was also concerned that people wouldn’t be able to forget it was him writing the words.

In his next novel readers can expect to see a more diverse range of sexuality, with Norton confirming that more gay characters would appear.

Norton joked: “There’ll be nothing but gay people in it. Page after page of bum sex. But in this -as a first outing… or inning – I thought I would avoid it.”

Holding follows the state of disarray that the village of Duneen falls into when a mystery corpse is unearthed.

The next series of his show is set to return on September the 30th with a star studded line up.

The talk show host also spoke about how he was surprised he hasn’t gotten into any “deep trouble” for some of the things he has said on the show so far.

The star previously quit twitter, calling it an unhappy world.