The presenter, who works with Olly on ‘The Voice’, admitted Olly is a “superfan” of the Channel 5 reality series and is desperate to be a housemate.
The only thing stopping him is his management, who have put a block on him appearing.
Speaking to HuffPost UK at the press launch of ‘The Voice’, Emma said: “Olly has watched it since the day it started. Every episode - he’s a bit of a superfan like me.
“I didn’t know this until about half an hour ago and he said ‘I want to go in it. I just want to go in it and my management won’t let me go in.’
“I said, ‘And I’m not surprised!’.”
She continued: “Tom was nearby and said, ‘What you talking about, it’s just a bunch of people in a house, isn’t it?’. Then someone said, ‘You should go in, Tom’.
“If he went in, he would just walk it in a heartbeat. Just an amazing man.”
Asked how Olly and Tom would fare will the current all-female line-up, which includes the likes of former Tory MP Ann Widdecombe and Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel, Emma added: “They are just two lovely boys. They’re both very smooth, and they both love women so they’d have a dream in there.”
Olly is a new addition to the ‘Voice’ coaching line-up this year, after jumping ship from ‘The X Factor’, where he originally found fame as a contestant in 2009, before going on to host the show in 2015.
And it seems he is proving to be a more natural coach than he was a presenter, with Emma telling us: “I think Olly brings a fantastic energy - he’s so excited and so into it, and he really wants to prove himself.
“He’s been quite cheeky on camera and on set, and a little bit flirty with a couple of the contestants, but he’s been fabulous.”
‘The Voice’ returns on Saturday (6 January) at 8pm on ITV.