MTV host Ruby Rose has said she will not rule out a career in politics in coming years.

Rose used the launch of guerrilla music festival on wheels, Bustival, to talk a little bit about her plans for the future as well as the ideas behind the pop-up music concept developed by electronics company JVC.

While not quite the whistle-stop tour we’re used to seeing with politicians, Rose told news.com.au that she might consider giving the Bustival idea a political makeover.

“Next it’ll be Bustival, the politician version,” she told the website.

“We’ll have debates, live on the Bustival.”

Outspoken on bullying and marriage equality issues in the past, Rose said she may be interested in pursuing a political career in a few years.

“I‘m very interested in politics, I’m very much behind it, and I spend a lot of my time watching debates and I’m obviously very pro certain things and anti-certain things,” she said.

Rose conceded she’d be leaving it up to politicians for now, but that once she got a couple of years behind her, she’d consider it.

“If Arnie (Schwarzenegger) can do it, I reckon I can do something,” she said.

Bustival will debut in the summer months. For more information, keep an eye on: www.facebook.com/JVCAustralia

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