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How much Celebrity Big Brother contestants get paid as full 2024 line up is revealed

How much Celebrity Big Brother contestants get paid as full 2024 line up is revealed

Their salaries to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house may surprise you

Signing up to be a part of Celebrity Big Brother means you're likely a famous face and probably not short of a penny or two.

Yet still, heading to a reality show watched by millions and put through your paces by show producers and that booming Geordie voice means you're probably going to ask for a pretty hefty fee.

While the official salaries for this year's celebs has not yet been revealed - we haven't seen any payslips yet - we do have some idea of what they might be getting handed for taking part in the ITV show now it's made a comeback.

In the past, the amounts paid have varied - usually depending on the level of fame or if they've been involved in any major drama or controversy.

This means if you're a Love Island star, you might get a fair wage but probably a pittance compared to a Hollywood actor - even a retired one!

Some celebrity salaries in the past have been eye-watering. Ray J, who appeared on the show back in 2017, scooped up between £800k and £1 million for taking part. David Guest received £600k for his stint back in 2016, while Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt (aka Speidi) took home a massive £570k.

Celebrity Big Brother will air from March 4 on ITV.

Other top earners include Jedward (£500k), Katie Price (£400k) and Gemma Collins (£100k).

The salaries are also a pretty big contrast to those in the regular Big Brother house, who reportedly only get paid just £50 a week as they try and hang on and survive voting to win the ultimate prize money of £100,000.

The celebrities won't be getting a cash prize, which won't come as a surprise to many.

This year's line up has been confirmed according to The Sun, who revealed we will be seeing famous faces enter the house such as TV presenter Fern Britton, former X Factor judge Louis Walsh, Love Island winner Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Strictly Come Dancing pro Nikita Kurzman and Ibiza Weekender star David Potts.

Also expected to join them are Dragon's Den star Levi Roots, Heartstopper actor Bradley Riches, social media star Zeze Millz, actress Marisha Wallace, Coronation Street actor Colson Smith, Real Housewives of Cheshire star Lauren Simon and X Factor legend Sharon Osbourne.

Sharon Osbourne has been rumoured to be in this year's CBB line up.
Dave Benett/Getty Images

Whilst the above names sound like an epic line up and one that would definitely provide some hilarious and also drama filled moments, we do warn you not to get your hopes up.

ITV has told LADbible that viewers should take the line-up with a pinch of salt, saying: "Any names are at this point pure speculation and viewers will have to tune in to see who will be entering the Celebrity Big Brother house."

Viewers can catch this year's celebrity housemates entering the Big Brother house on 4 March at 9pm on ITV.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/Dave Benett/Getty Images

Topics: Celebrity, Celebrity Big Brother, TV and Film, UK News