Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman has vowed to stay on the show forever (and ever).
The choreographer told the Daily Mirror this week that he couldn't get enough of the show, which he judges in both the UK and the US.
“Thank God all this came along later in life. If it had all come when I was 25 I would have been staggering out of a club with a couple of dolly birds on my arm," Len admitted. "I am glad it came along when it came along when I was sensible enough to appreciate it."
And he joked: “Don’t let the BBC know how much I enjoy it though or they’ll cut my wages. I feel almost a fraud.
"I AM sitting there doing something I have loved all my life and I’m getting paid. It’s a marvellous job.”
In an interview with the newspaper, the 68-year-old also revealed how everyone who has always come onto the show has been "charming and lovely"... even the Black Eyed Peas!
He explained: “I was in the studio car park and the band were walking towards me.
"Then Will.i.am starts shouting, ‘Len, Len my mum loves you, can I have a photo?’ I said yeah but only if I could have one with him."