How much are the I'm A Celebrity 2019 contestants paid in fees? From Caitlyn Jenner to Ian Wright

2 December 2019, 22:05 | Updated: 3 December 2019, 16:34

The contestants have reportedly been paid a tidy sum
I'm a Celebrity campmates reportedly earn thousands for their jungle stint. Picture: ITV
Mared Parry

By Mared Parry

How much do I'm A Celebrity stars, including Caitlyn Jenner, Ian Wright and Jacqueline Jossa get paid? Here's everything you need to know.

I'm A Celebrity 2019 has brought us some serious celebrities this series from Caitlyn Jenner to Ian Wright, but how much are they paid to spend time in the jungle?

It's no secret the jungle campmates are enticed onto the reality TV series with a nice big check to cover their fees but how much do they really earn from the show? And do they all get paid the same? Here's everything you need to know.

Understandably, Caitlyn has reportedly landed the biggest sum this year according to reports, with a whopping £500,000 under her belt for appearing on the ITV reality show, reports The Sun.

A reality TV veteran herself, the former Olympian will be seriously entertaining and will draw in a huge US crowd.

A source told The Sun: “She’s such a huge name and a great get for producers.

“ITV think she is one of their best-ever signings. It’s a real bolt from the blue.

The show has just started and the celebs will receive a huge sum for taking part
I'm A Celebrity producers are happy to spend money on a great celebrity line up. Picture: ITV

“They’ve asked her every year for a long time but she finally felt the time was right.”

According to The Sun, Ian Wright will cash in the the second-biggest pay cheque for appearing on the show this year, earning £400,000 for his stint down under.

However, Harry Redknapp has claimed that Wright would be earning £1 million.

An audience member at a show he did in Nottingham told the paper about Harry - who got £500,000 for his appearance las year - “He was asked why went in the jungle and said, ‘Well they paid me half a million quid, so that helped. Ian Wright’s going in this year and they’re paying him a million.’"

Also taking part in this year's show are:

Pop star – Nadine Coyle

‘Rak-Su’ singer – Myles Stephenson

Soap Star– Jacqueline Jossa

Heart's sister station Capital DJ – Roman Kemp

Ex England rugby player – James Haskell

TV presenter – Kate Garraway