The fees this year's I'm A Celebrity 2017 contestants have been paid has been revealed.
But how much are they and who got the most?
A total of 12 celebrities signed up for this year's series, which started on ITV last month.
Those on the I'm a Celebrity 2017 line up left their 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'
The celebrities heading into the Jungle for the new series included YouTuber Jack Maynard (who quit after two days), Made In Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo and Chelsea and England footballer Dennis Wise.
Joining them are Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas, The Saturdays singer Vanessa White and Boxer Amir Khan.
Also confirmed are Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine, Football Wag Rebekah Vardy, Comedian Shappi Khorsandi and Ex MP and father of Boris Johnson, Stanley Johnson.
Rounding off the line up are former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale and radio host Iain Lee.
According to The Sun newspaper, boxer Amir Khan is the highest paid celeb this year with a rumoured fee of between £300,000 and £400,000.
Other 'bigger names' will be commanding fees around £250,000.
At the other end, smaller stars could be getting less than a tenth of that.
According to reports, Toff is pocketing just £13,000 for her stint in the camp.
A source explained: "There's a very wide range of payments on the show, and every year some of the top names bag themselves around £250,000.
"This year Amir and Stanley are probably the biggest names, along with Jennie off Coronation Street. But the pay scale slides all the way down to about a tenth of that.
"The least known stars tend to get somewhere around the £25,000 mark."
Although ITV never officially confirm the celebrities' pay, last year's fees are said to have ranged from £200,000 for Carol Vorderman to around £25,000 for runner up Joel Dommett.
The new series continues nightly on ITV with hosts Ant and Dec.
And straight after you can catch new spin off show Extra Camp on ITV2. This year, the show will be hosted live every night by current Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt, 2016 runner up and comedian Joel Dommett and Jungle favourite and former King of the Jungle Joe Swash.