The Block host Scott Cam lifts the lid on retirement

Alicia Vrajlal
Entertainment Editor
Scott Cam is the host of The Block. Photo: Getty

He’s the host with the most that fronts popular renovation show, The Block.

But Scott Cam says he’s envisioning a time when he won’t be the face of the Channel Nine program.

“I might be in trouble – another three years and I will be 60,” the former Gold Logie winner has told TV Week.

Hanging up his tools from The Block is one thing, but could retirement from TV be another option for the beloved personality?

“I was thinking about it the other day, 'What is going to happen next?’,” he told the publication.

The 56-year-old TV host has spoken about the prospect of retiring. Photo: Instagram/scottycamofficial

However, it appears there’s one more show on his bucket list that he’d like to tick off.

Ideally, it would be a program about “cooking in Australia, travelling in Australia and the Australian myths and legends”. That sounds fair dinkum to us.

Meanwhile last month the TV star had some exciting news to share with fans.

Taking to Instagram, he revealed he recently welcomed Frankie, a black and tan KelpieX into the Cam family.

Scott, who has been married to his wife, Ann, for the past 26 years, is a proud dad to 20-year-old twins, Sarah and Bill and 24-year-old Charlie.

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