Celebrity Big Brother 2018: How much are the celebrities paid?

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 pay revealed

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As another series of Celebrity Big Brother wraps up, how much are the housemates on the show paid?

Last month the new line up of all star (ish) celebrity contestants enter the house.

In what has been named ‘Eye Of The Storm’, all of this year’s housemates have been caught up in some sort of media frenzy.

Those who entered the house were Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley, Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas and headline grabbing footballer Jermaine Pennant.

Joining them on the confirmed cast on launch night were Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett, model Chloe Ayling, The Only Way Is Essex star Dan Osborne and Gabby Allen, a Love Islander from Season 3 in 2017.

Also on the show this summer were Comic, Radio and TV presenter Hardeep Singh Kohli, Married At First Sight star Ben Jardine, Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves and TV psychic Sally Morgan.

Rounding off the line up were American reality TV personality Natalie Nunn and finally rogue trader Nick Leeson.

How much are Celebrity Big Brother housemates paid?

As with many celebrity shows, the exact fees commanded by the housemates can vary wildly depending on their profile (and agent!)

According to a report in The Sun newspaper, here’s how this year’s fees stack up…

Roxanne Pallet — £750k
Ryan Thomas — £500k
Jermaine Pennant — £200k
Sally Morgan — £200k

Kirstie Alley — £200k
Chloe Ayling — £100k
Natalie Nunn — £100k
Rodrigo Alves — £60k

Dan Osborne — £60k
Ben Jardine — £50k
Gabby Allen — £40k
Nick Leeson — £40k

Hardeep’s fee was not reported.

With Rodrigo being removed and Roxanne walking out, it’s not clear how much – if any – they’ll be getting of their supposed fees.

It was previously reported that walkers got a ‘per day’ fee based on how long they spent in the house.

Additionally, it was claimed that Stormy Daniels was offered £750,000 to appear on the show..

However she pulled out just hours before launch and ended up not taking part in the series.

Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly at 9PM on Channel 5.

Alongside the main show, Rylan Clark-Neal hosts Bit On The Side nightly. The series concludes on Monday with its live final.

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