George Hamilton once got paid £200,000 for one dance.

The 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' contestants were talking about their dream jobs yesterday (29.11.09) when the ageing lothario revealed the easiest way he has ever made money.

George - who has also previously appeared on US show 'Dancing With The Stars' - told the camp: "A guy calls me up and says I will pay you $200,000 if you will dance with my wife on her wedding on her sixtieth birthday.

"All I did was put on my tuxedo I did one dance with this lady he paid me $200, 000. I thought - 'this is the dream job'."

Meanwhile chef Gino D'Acampo said he was so moved by working for tenor Luciano Pavarotti at his last ever performance at the Opera House in London that he named his son after him.

He said: "It was a very successful evening. I was very impressed, I was married then so I named my first child Luciano after Luciano Pavaroitti."

Snooker ace Jimmy White and TV presenter Kim Woodburn both said they were most happy with their present careers. Former 'Hollyoaks' actor Stuart Manning said he'd most like to assume the iconic role of British spy James Bond.

He said: "Daniel Craig is brilliant at what he does but it's too new, I'd like to bring some of the old back to James Bond."