Jamie Oliver wants EastEnders role
Jamie Oliver wants to star on 'EastEnders' as a kebab shop owner.
The 41-year-old celebrity chef has confessed he would love to make an appearance on the BBC One soap as the manager of one of the local community's eateries.
He quipped to The Sun Online: "Do they need a kebab shop? I would run the kebab shop heavy on the chilli all night long. Seriously, nobody has ever asked me but can you get me the job?"
Jamie has been really busy as of late after he and his wife Jools Oliver welcomed their fifth child River into the world six months ago.
Asked if he wants to add to his brood, he said: "I really don't think so. Personally, I never thought I'd have more than two kids, but our family feels very complete now. I'm grateful that Jools is such a brilliant mum."
However, Jamie won't be having a vasectomy any time soon.
He quipped: "The problem with being a celebrity is that ... when you have your balls out to have the operation, there's going to be seven people there and I'll get a bit shy, funnily enough. And it scares me a little bit! And I don't want it on Snapchat so I don't think I'll be doing it. But definitely I need to be, er, restrained."
And Jamie previously confessed he was "shocked" to find out his wife - with whom he also has Poppy, 14, Daisy, 13, Petal, seven, and Buddy, six - was expecting their fifth child.
He said at the time: "This was not expected, I can't even believe I'm saying it. I think my own family were like 'really?!' But we're all tuned in to kids, it's good, it's carnage!
"It would be nice to balance it out a bit [with a boy]. A bit more testosterone would probably be a good thing, but do you know what, I'm just grateful for whatever I get if it's healthy, and I mean that."