I'm A Celebrity 2016 celebrities' pay revealed - but who got the most?

How much are I'm A Celeb's cast paid? I'm A Celebrity 2016 fees revealed

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The fees this year's I'm A Celebrity 2016 contestants have been paid has been revealed - but how much are they and who got the most?

A total of 10 celebrities have signed up for this year's series, which begins on ITV on Sunday night.

Those on the I'm a Celebrity 2016 line up will be leaving plush pads and luxuries far behind as they spend up to three weeks taking on the harsh surroundings of the Australian Jungle, with a whole host of brand new nasty surprises created just for them.

And in return they'll be taking home varying sums of cash - but how much are the celebrities being paid?

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I'm A Celebrity contestants' fees 'revealed'

Of the 10 celebs currently on the line up, TV personality Carol Vorderman is said to have scooped the most cash with a £200,000 pay cheque.

Ex England footballer Wayne Bridge will reportedly get £150,000 while former EastEnder Larry Lamb and fellow soap star Adam Thomas will enjoy non-specific 'six figure' payouts.

Strictly dancer Ola Jordan will supposedly be getting £90,000 while Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt and Olympic hockey player Sam Quek, TV and Radio presenter Lisa Snowdon will take in around £40,000 - £70,000 each.

That leaves Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo and comic Joel Dommett getting an eighth of the highest fee at £25,000 according to tabloid claims.

However there may still be more celebs to enter and they could be getting even more cash.

We know I'm A Celebrity often like to add a few extra names into the mix once launch is out of the way with last year's champ Vicky Pattison one of those who entered later in the series.

Two names widely rumoured to be a part of the show - Broadcasting legend Danny Baker and Homes Under The Hammer star Martin Roberts - don't appear on the official list.

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The Sun claims that Danny is set to enjoy the highest fee of any of this year's celebs at a non-disclosed 'six figure' sum, despite denying he will be a part of the show.

A spokesperson for the ITV said: "We never comment on artists individual contracts."

I'm A Celebrity 2016 starts Sunday night at 9PM on ITV with hosts Ant and Dec.

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