Mr Motivator is raffling off his US$2.4Million Jamaican mansion complete with paintball course and zip wire for US$30 a ticket to his fans
The former GMTV star, whose real name is Derrick Evans, is raffling off the incredible US$2.4million complex, saying he hopes it will go to an “ordinary person”.
Mr Motivator is raffling off his huge mansion for just US$30 a ticket.
The winner will not only get the 28-acre retreat, which includes several buildings, but a US$40,000 cash sum to help them get started.
Plus, Mr Motivator himself will be on hand to guide the lucky victor through the first few months, so they will have an amazing property and be in great shape, too.
The pad contains a fully-functioning zip wire that can thrill up to three people at a time, plus a games room with giant snooker table. It also comes complete with its own ink-spattered paintball zone.
The brightly-coloured property is full of incredible artworks, most notably a large bronze bust of the TV star that greets guests with a quizzical gaze.
Mr Motivator, 65, bought the lush green plot in the north side of Jamaica in 1997.
He turned it into an eco-tourism resort in 2003 after moving back to the Caribbean island with his wife, Sandra, and daughter, Abigail.
However, he now wants to return to the UK, where he made his name performing live workout sessions in brightly-coloured spandex, to be near his family.
The star, who moved from Jamaica to the UK in the 1960s, was a breakfast telly fixture throughout the 1990s. However, he returned to the Carribbean in 2000 because his daughter had breathing problems. He continued to jet back to the UK on a regular basis for work and personal appearances.
In 2009 he met then prime minister Gordon Brown as part of his work for NHS fitness campaign Change For Life.