I’m A Celebrity All Stars net worths: Who is this year’s richest campmate?
There are a fair few millionaires in the camp
I’m A Celebrity is back on our TV screens but with a slight twist. This year’s show will be an all stars version with previous contestants all coming back to the jungle to try their luck at being named the King of Queen of the Jungle all over again.
This year’s cohort features the likes of Carol Vorderman, Jordan Banjo and Helen Flanagan who have hopefully all got over the fears and will win even more stars for the camp.
Since appearing on their respective seasons, the contestants have racked up a lot of money and their net worths have shot up. So, here’s how rich the I’m A Celebrity: All Stars 2023 cast all are.
Amir Khan – £40 million
The 36-year-old boxer is making his return to the jungle six years later. No one can forget when he stole the camp’s prize of strawberries with Iain Lee and lied to their campmates about winning the fruit. Truly iconic television.
Amir Khan has an impressive net worth of £40 million. His net worth has increased over the years largely due to his fights in the ring. According to MEN, Khan earned between £690,000 to £9.4 million per fight.
From being a professional boxer to having his own documentary on the BBC, Amir has had endless opportunities since his stint in the jungle in 2017.
Carol Vorderman – £18 million
Girlboss Carol Vorderman is coming back to the jungle, seven years after her first appearance. Carol said her biggest fear is house fires so it’s safe to say she will probably have a breeze with whatever they throw at her this season.
Carol is best known for appearing on Countdown for 26 years. Alongside that, Carol has been on a number of different TV shows and according to The Sun, she has one of the highest net worths out of the I’m A Celeb All Stars campmates. Carol was a reported net worth of £18 million.
Helen Flanagan – £3 million
Helen was originally on I’m A Celebrity back in 2012 and 11 years later is ready to try it all over again. Helen is best known for her role on Coronation Street and has an estimated net worth of £3 million.
Jordan Banjo – £1 million
Diversity star Jordan Banjo came in ninth place when he appeared on the show in 2016, alongside Carol Vorderman.
The dancer has since gone on to host his own radio show on Kiss with Perri Kiely and has recently welcomed his third child with his wife, Naomi. Jordan has an estimated net worth of one million pounds, according to LADbible.
Fatima Whitbread – £4 million
62-year-old Fatima Whitbread is starring on I’m A Celeb: All Stars over 10 years on from her original appearance in 2011. She came in third place and was recently on another high stakes TV show, Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The former Olympian has an estimated net worth of £4 million, according to The Sun. Fatima is probably best known for having a cockroach stuck up her nose and she has since had him put in wax. Nice…
Paul Burrell – £500,000
Butler to the royals, Paul Burrell, came in second place when he was originally on I’m A Celeb back in 2004 and is still afraid of snakes and bugs just as he was back then.
Paul was a confidante of Princess Diana for 10 years and was also a butler to the late Queen Elizabeth II. He has one of the lower net worths out of the I’m A Celeb All Stars campmates. Paul is said to have an estimated net worth of £500,000.
Phil Tufnell – £4 million
Former King of the Jungle Phil Tufnell is ready to reclaim his crown 20 years on. The former cricketer appeared on the show in 2003 and said he found “eating living creatures” the “trickiest” task of all. Phil has a reported net worth of £4 million.
Janice Dickinson – £500,000
Supermodel Janice Dickinson was on the seventh season of I’m A Celebrity and took a liking to Dec while on the show. She came in second place and has one of the lowest net worths out of the I’m A Celeb All Stars campmates. Janice has an estimated net worth of £500,000.
Shaun Ryder – £2.5 million
Shaun Ryder is best known as the lead singer of Happy Mondays and has an estimated net worth of £2.5 million.
He came in second place when he was on the show in 2010 and won 16/16 stars in the jungle. It’s safe to say if the jungle is eating well, it’ll be down to him.
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