Gaz Beadle's Geordie Shore future
Gary 'Gaz' Beadle wants to focus on his own business rather than reality television when he moves abroad.
The 28-year-old hunk's company is fast growing with a team of more than 70 people in the UK, but he has admitted he's planning to move it across to Australia when he leaves 'Geordie Shore' so he has something to "fall back on".
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he said: "I won't do 'Geordie Shore' until I'm 70 or 80 years old. I want to move abroad. I want to focus on the behind the scenes of my businesses. I've got like 70 staff, I've got offices.
"I went to one of my offices and I had like 45 people sitting there on a computer and I was like, 'This is getting intense. I'm your boss.' And I'm going in my tracksuit bottoms.
"I've had an amazing time on 'Geordie Shore' but when I leave I have this to fall back on. I'm just interested in the business side of things."
Gaz previously admitted he is hoping to be out of the country in a year, admitting he can't be bothered with reality television for much longer.
He said: "I'm 28 now so I've got another year of this and then I'm off. It's time I quit reality TV. I have been doing it for six years. I can't be a**ed with it any more. I always said I wouldn't be doing it when I was 30."
Meanwhile, the hunky star didn't have a great time during a recent trip to his future home country as he was "banged up in a deportation centre" in Australia for having a "battered" passport.
He explained: "I was due to go to New Zealand last Monday, me and Marty McKenna hit the airport, but I was told I couldn't fly because I had no visa. Once the flight had taken off, they found my visa and I was told I could fly the next day.
"After a night in the Crown Melbourne (I was already in Australia), I headed back to the airport. I'd heard Marty and my manager had both been held in customs for three hours, so by no means did I think it'd be a simple walkthrough to Queenstown airport to reach my suite at the Hilton.
"So, I get to NZ, and you guessed it, after seven hours sitting there, I'm told I'm not allowed in. To be fair, they had previously told me not to come back to New Zealand with my battered passport (which I didn't get changed), so I guess me and the team are to blame there."