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 12 celebrities have signed up for this year's series, which airs nightly on ITV.
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?
I'm A Celebrity contestants' fees 'revealed'
Late arrival Danny Baker is said to be getting the most of any celebs although his exact 'six figure' deal has not been reported.
TV personality Carol Vorderman is said to have scooped a cool £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 for her appearance.
That leaves Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo and comic Joel Dommett getting an eighth of the highest fee at 'around £25,000', according to tabloid claims.
However the celebs are unlikely to see anywhere near close to those amounts in their bank accounts.
BBC newsreader Michael Beurk, who took part in the 2014 series, previously revealed that the figures are taxed in Australia.
“If you only knew how much the Australian tax authorities get out of it, you'd realise at the end of the day that it is the glory, I think, I am doing it for," he remarked.
Agent and management fees, plus potentially UK tax, can see a £100,000 pay out drop by nearly half.
Still, it's a load of money for sunning yourself in Australia for three weeks, even if you need to eat a bit of stinky cheese every now and then.
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.