The Australian teenager who threw a party while his parents were away causing thousands of dollars of damage says he is turning professional.
He said it was the best party ever. Now he wants to do more
Corey Delaney, 16, told Australian television he was giving up plans to become a carpenter, and would DJ and host parties instead.
Corey shot to international fame last week when 500 teenagers attended a party at his home in Melbourne.
Police who came to investigate noise were driven off by drunken guests.
By the time reinforcements arrived with dogs, the revellers had reportedly caused A$20,000 ($18,000; £9,200) of damage.
An unrepentant Mr Delaney - who is also known as Corey Worthington - said at the time that any other teenager wanting to host a home-alone party should get him to organise it.
"Best party ever, that's what everyone's saying," he said.
Now he is putting his own advice into practice.
"Working on a building site was pretty hard. Now I've got a manager, life's good," he said.
The manager, celebrity agent Max Markson, said: "He did a great party in the wrong place.
"We're going to put on a great party in the right place."
Mr Delaney had originally hoped to keep the party a secret from his parents, but the world-wide publicity it attracted put paid to that. He temporarily left home to avoid his parents' wrath.
Since then, Corey has polarised public opinion.
He has become something of a hero for many young people, with some reports describing him as a Generation Z poster-boy.
But other people have criticised him as an arrogant brat. A website inviting people to "slap Corey down the street" has had more than 700,000 hits.