Lowest paid I'm A Celebrity contestants

These are all of the lowest paid I’m A Celebrity contestants of all time

Toff was only paid £13k!

I’m A Celebrity 2022 has reportedly spent over two million pounds to fit the bill of all the campmates for this season, with Boy George being paid £500,000 to star on the show. Over the years, a lot of celebrities have been paid a staggering six figures to appear on the gruelling reality TV show, but some have settled for a lot less than that and have even gone on to win the show. From soap stars to well known singers, here is a ranking of the lowest paid I’m A Celebrity contestants of all time.

Owen Warner

Owen Warner has won the hearts of the nation for his one liners while starring on the show and he is the lowest paid celebrity of this year’s season. His fee has been reported to be £60,000 which means he is being paid just a fraction of what Boy George and Matt Hancock are said to have been paid for their appearances on the show.

AJ Pritchard

Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard starred in the I’m A Celebrity 2020 series in Wales and is reported to have been paid £50,000 for his stint on the show. Since I’m A Celeb, AJ starred on Hollyoaks with his brother, Love Island alumni Curtis Pritchard.

Holly Arnold MBE

Holly Arnold, who wouldn’t stop letting people know she had an MBE, was paid £50,000 for her stint on the show. Holly is a record-breaking javelin athlete who competed in Rio in 2016.

James McVey

The Vamps band member James McVey was reportedly paid £40,000 for his time on I’m A Celebrity in 2018, alongside Malique Thompson-Dwyer. He finished fifth in the series and last for 20 days in the Australian jungle.

Sair Khan

Sair Khan was also on the 2018 series with the likes of Nick Knowles and Harry Redknapp and she was paid the same fee as James Mcvey, at £40,000.

Emily Atack

Despite coming out on top after I’m A Celebrity, according to The Sun, Emily was only paid £40,000 for her appearance on the ITV show. But after the show, Atack’s earnings hit £1 million so she did pretty well for herself regardless of her I’m A Celeb fee.

Myles Stephenson

Myles Stephenson found fame on X Factor in 2019 and went on I’m A Celebrity the same year. The 31-year-old was only paid £25,000 for his appearance on the show, considerably less than his co-star Caitlyn Jenner who was reportedly paid almost half a million to star.

Jordan Banjo

Diversity star Jordan Banjo is said to have earned just £25,000 during his series of I’m A Celebrity. Joel Dommett is said to have earned the same while they were both on the show together.

Malique Thompson-Dwyer

Owen Warner’s co-star Malique Thompson-Dwyer starred on I’m A Celebrity back in 2018 for just £15,000. He starred on the show alongside Harry Redknapp and John Barrowman and he was one of the youngest contestants on the show ever.

Georgia Toffolo

Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo’s I’m A Celebrity fee has to be the most shocking, as she was only paid £13,000 to star on the reality TV show. Toff went onto win the show and was crowned the Queen of the Jungle of her season.

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