How much money the I’m a Celebrity stars can make once they leave the castle11/14/2020
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The countdown to Christmas just got quicker with the arrival of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
Our favourite reality show is back on Sunday 15 November and we’ll watch a new group of celebrities battle their biggest fears as they take on gruelling Bushtucker Trials and endless plates of rice and beans.
It’s no holiday for our superstars, who’ll move into the camp at Gwrych Castle in Wales for the month.
Each year the celebrity contestants get more fame from the show, but what about fortune?
With their Instagram followers skyrocketing since their names hit this year’s line-up we discover which of these 10 celebrities will fare well with fans, and who will earn the biggest sum from their posts when they leave the castle walls.
Yummy mummy, podcast presenter and author Giovanna Fletcher is the most popular star setting foot into the I’m a Celeb camp this year.
The 35 year old mum-of-three is married to McFly singer Tom Fletcher and confesses her biggest phobia is heights.
With a whopping 1.3 million followers on Instagram already, the star could earn £10,400 per post when her jungle ordeal is over.
Olympic champion and mobot legend Mo Farah has an impressive 960,000 followers and could gain even more as he faces his biggest fear – any animal that moves!
If he’s a hit with viewers, the 37 year old could earn £7,680 per Instagram post.
Strictly professional dancer AJ has confessed his claustrophobia ahead of the reality show.
He follows famous Strictly stars like Brendan Cole and Ola Jordan into the jungle and with 597,000 followers, he could earn £4,776 per Instagram post.
A self-confessed arachnophobe, the ex-EastEnders actress could find camp a struggle but with 167,000 Instagram followers (and counting), the former Neon Jungle girl group singer could rake in £1,336 per post when she’s back on safer soil.
Superstar Vernon Kay is best known for hosting All Star Family Fortunes and BBC Radio 1.
The 46 year old TV presenter – who’s married to Tess Daly – hates being underwater and hopes his trials will stay on dry land.
127,000 of us follow Vernon on Instagram, and his posts could earn £1,016 by Christmas.
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This 30 year old DJ has a voice more famous than his face. The BBC Radio 1 DJ has 92,200 Instagram followers and could see his popularity skyrocket with his hilarious sense of humour.
The Lancashire lad may earn £737.60 on social media, but not before we find out his many phobias!
Better known as Liz McDonald, the veteran Coronation Street actress hates creepy crawlies, but her fear of ghosts be a worry in the old castle?
The 63 year old will see her followers rise from 25,200 while on the show and may make £201.60 per Instagram post.
Alfie Moon was king of the Queen Vic on EastEnders, but could he take the crown from his camp mates?
The 56 year old soap star and panto actor has 20,000 followers right now and might earn £160 per Instagram post, if he can face his fear of human poo!
Let’s hope the insects respect this BBC journalist as much as we do.
The former host of the Victoria Derbyshire Show, 52, has 10,400 Instagram fans and could take £83.20 per post, providing she shows the scary spiders and small spaces who’s boss.
Another celebrity spooked by spiders, paralympian athlete Hollie has conquered her fair share of challenges.
The 26 year old won gold in the F46 javelin event at the 2016 Rio Paralympics and she’s set to score more than her 2,000 followers on Instagram once she hits our telly screens.
She’ll earn about £16 per post, but we’re certain her star quality will shine on the show.
Whatever they earn, we wish the stars good luck out there!
Buzz Bingo used their online calculator to discover how much the contestants could earn from sponsored Instagram posts after their ‘jungle’ time.
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