Here's How Much I'm A Celeb Campmates Are Rumoured To Be Being Paid
Now I'm A Celebrity is back, and the contestants in the jungle are embarking on a heavy three weeks - it's important to remember that they won't be sitting in ditches of spiders and eating kangaroo balls for free.
But how much have each of the contestants been paid? Well, of course it varies dramatically, with Caitlyn Jenner unsurprisingly raking it in, with a reported £500,000 fee.
If it's true then it would make her one of the highest earners in the show ever, with Noel Edmonds rumoured to have been paid between £500,000 and £600,000 for his appearance last year.
But that might not be an accurate figure, with Ant and Dec referring to it in the opening section of the first episode on Sunday night.
Introducing the show, Dec said: "We've got reality TV royalty Caitlyn Jenner. Most people come into the jungle to lose a few pounds," with Ant adding: "But she's going to be gaining 500,000 of them according to the papers."
Dec then responded, telling Ant, "Don't believe everything you read in the papers, Ant. You know that," suggesting that Caitlyn might not be earning quite so much.
Ant and Dec carried on the joke, saying, "I'm A Celebrity 2019 can only have one winner. Caitlyn Jenner's agent by the sound of it."
Other rumours for the celebrity fees include Ian Wright, who is said to have agreed a £400,000 pay cheque followed by ex-Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, who will apparently be paid £250,000.
Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway and former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa are reportedly getting a sweet £75,000 each.
Both rugby start James Haskell and Radio 1 DJ Adele Robers are said to be getting £50,000 each for their appearances.
Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp is rumoured to be on a £40,000 fee, while Myles Stephenson, who sings in X Factor winning band Rak-Su is earning £25,000.
It's not known what Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell will be paid.
And apparently, even if they decide that the jungle life isn't for them, they still get paid their full paycheck - well, if history is anything to go by.
When The Only Way Is Essex's Gemma Collins dropped out of the jungle in 2014's series after just three days, she reportedly got paid her full fee anyway.
LADbible has contacted ITV for comment.
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