The lowest paid celeb on I'm A Celeb has been revealed

Joann Johnston
December 7, 2017

I'm A Celebrity's Georgia Toffolo is reportedly this year's lowest-paid star, who has now become the bookies favourite to win the show.

"She's way out in front of the bookies' tip for a victor and looks set to win if she keeps things up".

Toff is also reportedly one of the lowest ITV has ever paid for a contestant, being below the likes of Jordan Banjo and Joel Dommett past year.

The source continued to say that Toff "jumped" at the chance to take part in the show and that producers didn't need to do much negotiating either. The Made in Chelsea beauty is said to be receiving £13,000 for her appearance in the jungle - in comparison to highest-earner Amir Khan, who is believed to be earning £300,000 for his stint on the reality show.

"But Toff is providing all the entertainment".

Georgia first came into the spotlight on Made In Chelsea Season 7, where the crew followed her job at The Lady magazine.

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No doubt this appearance will boost her career even further so she's likely to make even more money when she leaves.

Top PR guru Mark Borkowski said she will be inundnated with fashion and book offers if she triumphs on the show. "She won't be an immediate millionaire but she's on the road to make a million".

Producers at the popular TV show had raised the stakes by suspending Toff's box - which already contained four different species of python - 20 metres in the air.

"She's TV gold isn't she?"

"She's a smart girl, she's definitely got a future", he told the Sun. "She's obviously got a lingerie deal - she's had a lot of bikinis in there".

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