Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell earn less than Bruno Tonioli, BBC pay reveals

Strictly Come Dancing 2016 - Judges

The pay of the Strictly Come Dancing judges has been revealed today.

The BBC has revealed the salaries of all its talent earning more than £150,000 which includes all of the Strictly judges and hosts.


They reveal that Bruno Tonioli and former head judge Len Goodman - who left the show at the end of the last series - were both paid between £200,000 - £249,999.

Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell on the other hand were paid between £150,000 - £199,999.

Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman were both paid considerably more for their talent on Strictly and other shows they host on the BBC.


Tess received between £350,000 - £399,999 while Claudia was the highest paid woman at the channel with a salary of between £450,000 - £499,999.

Meanwhile, the BBC Pay details reveal that Let It Shine judges Gary Barlow and Dannii Minogue each received between £200,000 - £249,999 however Martin Kemp isn't on the list. Host Mel Giedroyc was paid £150,000 - £199,999

Derek Thompson - who plays Charlie in Casualty - proved to be the highest actor employed by the BBC with a wage of between £350,000 - £399,999 while co star Amanda Mealing receives £250,000 - £299,999.

Adam Woodyatt and Danny Dyer received £200,000 - £249,999 for their work on EastEnders alongside, the highest paid of the soap's stars and the same as out-going Doctor Who Peter Capaldi.

The highest paid star was Chris Evans, who took home between £2,200,000 - £2,249,999.

However the figures only include those paid directly by the BBC, not by intermediary production companies.