The former copper quit the force to take part in the show, and confided in Wolfy (of all people) he was taking a big risk in his career.
Dan previously confessed he'd love to be actor, having accused everyone else of playing up to the cameras, and spoke to Gina about joining forces with her agent.
“I gave up everything to do Big Brother, crazily," he told the girls. “I’ve suppressed the creative side of my personality.
“I feel Big Brother is the push I need to get out. It’s exciting, very daunting, but I have to believe I can do well.”
"I see you in the papers. I see you being papped all the time," Gina told him.
“Does your agent have men on her books? I wonder what she will do with me?” Dan replied.
However a source told the Daily Star newspaper that Dan's background would no doubt work against him.
They commented: “It would be extraordinary if a Yewtree policeman was making money on the back of this when so many people have seen their lives put on hold.”