I’m A Celebrity winners who have gone on to have lucrative careers
16 November 2018, 15:33 | Updated: 16 November 2018, 15:36
Who has earned the most money since appearing on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here... How much do the winners make when they appear on the show? We take a look...
A whole new host of celebrities are set to enter the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! jungle this year, where they will be put through their paces with a number of gruelling bush tucker trials.
While the likes of Harry Redknapp and Noel Edmunds have been tipped as the highest paid celebrities set to appear in the jungle, appearance fees for the stars on the show can vary.
Past years have seen the ITV2 show re-launch their career wth many winner such as Stacey Solomon, Vicky Pattinson and Scarlett Moffatt going on to earn more than a million through lucrative deals and contracts.
So which I'm a Celebrity... winners have gone onto to rake in the most cash? We take a look at the show's highest earning stars.
Gino D'ACampo - 2009
Gino was a well-known chef, but he landed his regular cooking spot on This Morning shortly after appearing in the jungle, which helped make him a household name.
Since then, his earning potential has gone from strength to strength having had his own daytime cookery show, Let's Do Lunch With Gino and Mel back form 2011 to 2014.
He's also had regular cookery programmes in addition to numerous books which have helped bolster his earning potential.
In 2013, Gino launched his very own chain of restaurants serving Italian dishes in various locations across London.
Its believed his net worth now stands at £10 million according to CelebrityNetWorth.com
Stacey Solomon - 2010
Stacey has been one of the big success stories to come out of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
The former X factor star won over viewers with her infectious personality which saw her fetch a whopping 80% of the vote.
Some of the lucrative deals she's snapped up since being in the jungle include, a huge campaign with Iceland and she has since collaborated with a number of brands including Primark.
It's believed her net worth is around £700,000.
Vicky Pattison - 2015
Vicky Pattison had been known for her Geordie Shore fame but being on I'm a Celeb rocketed her career and she quickly became a household name.
Her new clean-cut image saw her land a stint as a panelist on Loose Women among other entertainment jobs.
It's reported Vicky has a net worth of 1.5 million thanks to signing a nuer of lucrative deals which has seen her pen two novels, as well as an autobiography Nothing But The Truth.
She's also collaborated with a number of fashion and beauty brands including Anne Summers.
Scarlett Moffatt - 2016
Since leaving the jungle in 2016, Scarlett became an in-demand TV presenter and landed a role alongside Ant & Dec on Saturday Night Takeaway as well as co-hosting the National Television Awards. What's more she even took over from Davina McCall to host her very own remake of Street Mate.
She's also cashed in with her very own excercise DVD and a book, which reportedly bought her total earnings up to over £1 million.
A source at the time said: "She’s being very selective about the jobs she takes on, but there are some lucrative deals in the pipeline that are set to net her a tidy sum – her success has been amazing and the opportunities keep piling up.”
Georgia Toffolo - 2017
Made in Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was probably the least known face when she entered the jungle in 2017, which as reflected in her £10,000 appearance fee.
While she may have negotiated the least money upon arrival, she won over the viewers was crowned Queen of the Jungle and she was tipped to earn £5 million after leaving the jungle.
Talent scout Barry Jones told the Daily Star on Sunday: "She will make more than a million pounds in a year. If they play the game she could earn up to £5million in the long-term.
She was the favourite from the off because she’s completely unspoiled. There’s been a lot of bullying this series but she’s not been part of it. What a level-headed young lady she is."
Since leaving the jungle Georgia landed herself a job as a reporter on This Morning, and took on a number of hosting stints including backstage reporter at the National Television Awards.