He has a film called Streetdance, made with last year's BGT finalists Flawless and Diversity, which will be the UK's first major 3D movie.
Throughout all this, George has found comfort in his work.
Not that you could tell if you looked at him, but the teenager - who still favours baseball caps and wide-legged jeans - is a wealthy young man.
But he loves dancing too much to give it up - and it is funding his family's new lifestyle.
Aside from the new cars, George has been helping pay off his mother's mortgage, as well as regularly buying her designer shoes and handbags and treating the family to holidays in Barbados.
A casual visitor would immediately assume that having won fame and fortune on Britain's Got Talent, George Sampson had upped sticks from his boyhood home in Warrington.
Certainly his small, £120,000 end-of-terrace house has an air of abandonment.
The dancer, now 16, admitted he thought his home town was 'boring', and its residents hated him for abandoning them so quickly.
He was regularly booed in Warrington's clubs and he was once viciously punched while waiting for a bus.
Just before he went on BGT, his spinal nerves got trapped and he went temporarily blind in one eye.
Doctors have told him he should give up dancing as he could end up permanently disabled.
He is thought to have made at least £500,000 since he won Britain's Got Talent, regularly earning between £3,000 and £10,000 a show - and he can do several shows in a day.