I’m A Celeb contestant fees explored as 2021 cast prepare to enter castle

It's no secret that I'm A Celebrity campmates rake in thousands of pounds for joining the show, but just how much are we talking?

The ITV show will return to our screens on November 21st, with the rumoured line-up already stirring up a good amount of excitement.

Frankie Bridge, Richard Madeley and David Ginola are among the names believed to be heading to North Wales and into the castle, not to mention Simon Gregson, Adam Woodyatt and Arlene Phillips.

With such big names booked for the new series, we couldn't help but wonder how much they are being paid to appear on the ITV primetime programme.

ITV never reveal the fees paid to celebrities to appear on I'm A Celebrity but there are often many reports surrounding how much each member of the show will bag.

According to the Mirror, stars can be expected to make anything from £30,000 to £500,000 for their time in the 'jungle', depending on how well-known they are.

The Sun have claimed that EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt signed a deal to be on the show for a whopping £250,000.

The publication also stated that Loose Women star Frankie Bridge signed a "bumper deal" with the reality TV show, although they did specify the amount.

GMB's Richard Madeley is estimated to be pocketing £200,000 from the show, as he takes a break from hosting duties.

Last year, Vernon Kay was reportedly the highest-paid member on the show, having cashed in £250,000.

Coronation Street's Beverley Callard is said to have made a pretty penny taking home £125,000 while Russell Watson made £100,000.

Victoria Derbyshire, Ruthie Henshall and Jessica Plummer were said to have secured deals for £75,000 each, while AJ Pritchard and Hollie Arnold took home just £50,000.

According to reports, Deal Or No Deal's Noel Edmonds is the highest paid I'm A Celebrity contestant of all time, bagging a whopping £600,000 back in 2018.

Coming in joint second place was Caitlyn Jenner, who appeared on the show in 2019, and Harry Redknapp, in 2018, who both walked away with £500,000.

I'm A Celebrity returns to ITV on November 21 at 9pm

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