I’m A Celebrity’s Olivia Attwood set to become a millionaire after show as she rakes in £500k in just two years | The Sun

I’m A Celebrity’s Olivia Attwood set to become a millionaire after show as she rakes in £500k in just two years | The Sun


I'M A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here star Olivia Attwood is set to become a millionaire after raking in £500,000 in just two years.

The former Love Island star – who is the first signing from the ITV dating show – revealed her mammoth income in her latest accounts.

Olivia, 31, who rose to fame on Love Island in 2017 alongside Chris Hughes, was revealed as one of the I'm A Celeb signings last month.

Following her appearance in the jungle – which kicks off on Sunday night – she is set to hit millionaire status.

Filing accounts for her firm Wild Child Entertainment Ltd, which takes cash from her TV work, showed cash reserves of £92,506 last year.

However, books filed this week to Companies House revealed that Olivia has paid £150k in tax over the past two years.


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It means that the reality TV star has raked in a whopping £500,000 in income, before her costs and expenses were deducted.

Her fee from appearing on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here – and any subsequent spin off work – could make her a millionaire.

She is thought to be a worth a whopping £1.2million already, thanks to her TV work and reality show appearances.

Olivia previously filmed for Channel 4 show Celebs Go Dating back in 2018 – before getting back with her footballer beau Bradley Dack.

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While she has also been paid for appearances in ITVBe programme The Only Way Is Essex, and sporting competition The Games.

The TV star had her own reality series with beau Bradley, Olivia Meets Her Match, aside from all her other appearance.

While she also starred in a Love Island spin-off series with TV presenter Chris, 29, called Chris & Olivia: Craking On.

Most recently, she also fronted an ITV documentary, Getting Filthy Rich, that looked into money earned by porn stars.

It comes after it was revealed that Olivia had met with bosses of I'm A Celebrity for YEARS before making history as the first Love Islander to enter the jungle.

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Twitchy bosses decided to stick to their tight Love Island ban and pulled the plug at the last minute soon after her appearance on the show.

A source told The Sun: "Olivia first had a meeting with ITV about appearing on I'm A Celebrity back in 2018.

"She had just come off Love Island the year before and bosses were really keen on her, but at the time they were nervous about cast Love Islanders so she missed out.

"Over the years Olivia has kept in touch with bosses and had several informal chats with them, but started to think it might never happen.

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"Now Olivia has really branched out since Love Island and become a brand in her own right, especially with her successful ITV2 documentaries, so bosses felt like this year was the perfect time to cast her.

"They think there has been enough distance between her doing Love Island and the jungle, and they're confident she'll go really far in the competition."

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