The presenters head to Las Vegas to investigate the outrageous lifestyles of the super-rich in the last episode of Eamonn & Ruth Do Vegas
With apartments containing their own basketball courts and casinos sending private jets to collect their best customers, the extravagance is on an extreme scale.
Eamonn even gets to pick the music for the famous Bellagio fountains to ‘dance’ to, a privilege for which people happily pay $250,000.
‘The extraordinary becomes the ordinary,’ says Eamonn. ‘Everything is gold-plated, the service is seven-star and the limos are bigger than anything you’ve seen before.’