How much does the winner of I’m a Celebrity get? Do contestants get paid to appear on ITV series?

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Nigel Farage and Jamie-Lynn Spears are among the contestants in the jungle in 2023 - but is there prize money up for grabs?

I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here is about to return to our screens and will be filmed in Australia once again. Nigel Farage has been seen landing Down Under ahead of the start of the show.

Another group of famous faces will be vying to be named the next king or queen of the jungle. But what will they get for actually claiming the crown?

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The celebs will all be paid money for taking part in the series. However you might be left wondering if there is prize money for reaching the final or even winning the whole thing.

If you have ever wondered how much I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of contestants get paid or if there is prize money for winning the competition, here’s all you need to know:

How much prize money do winners of I’m a Celebrity get?

The winner of I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here will be crowned the king or queen of the jungle. The series is due to run for three weeks in total.

But will the winner walk away with more than just a crown? Unfortunately, there are no cash prizes for winning I’m a Celebrity.

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However the winner will likely make a number of TV appearances as a result of winning the competition. These appearances could prove to be lucrative for the winners and runners-up.

Do I’m a Celebrity contestants get paid?

The stars of I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here all get paid a set appearance fee. The exact fee each contestant gets is different and depends on the level of fame.

Nigel Farage, for example, is reportedly being paid a record fee of £1.5m to take part in the 2023 series. It is triple the amount Boy George was said to have earned last year.

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