Kelly Brook was the subject of a real-life 'indecent proposal' at the Cannes Film Festival this week, when a French businessman offered her $1 million to spend the night with him. Brook, 32, was attending a photo-call session at the Majestic Barriere hotel when she was offered a cheque for $1 million by a Frenchman named Frederic, reports the UK's Daily Mirror.
She had initially blamed Keith Lemon for the proposal, accusing British comedian Leigh Francis of setting up the prank, though it turned serious when the businessman reportedly tried to grab the model. As a bodyguard came to the rescue, the man was heard to shout "Just one night! Please, one night! I have money", before being ejected from the hotel. Brook turned down the offer and put the incident behind her as she wowed onlookers at the premiere of 'Vous N'avez Encore Rien Vu'. She later spent time posing for photographs with the Israeli model Hofit Golan, who also looked stunning in a floor-length gown which certainly rivalled Brook's dress.
Brook shares a night of passion with Keith Lemon in his new movie, 'Keith Lemon: The Film', which the pair have been promoting this week. Describing the movie, Brook joked, "It was probably the most disgusting, offensive script I've ever read".