With the mass exodus of stars from I’m A Celeb we’ve got one query.
Do the celebrities nonetheless receives a commission in the event that they determine to name time on their journey to Oz early?
Jamie Lynn Spears has adopted within the footsteps of meals critic Grace Dent, who stop earlier this week on medical grounds however what does that imply for his or her pay cheques?
Celebs wouldn’t be forcing themselves to eat thriller meats and stand up shut and private with snakes only for the craic.
Whereas ITV will greater than seemingly by no means reveal the precise particulars of the contestant’s pay, it’s believed that there’s a cut-off for contestants in terms of attending to money.
It’s assumed that they’ve to remain within the jungle for a minimal interval earlier than leaving, or else they’ll kiss the massive payouts goodbye.
In line with The Mirror, campmates should tough it out within the jungle for not less than 72 hours to be given their price in full.
In the event that they determine they’ve had sufficient earlier than the three days are over they’ll anticipate to see a lower of their pay cheques.
Nonetheless, as Jamie Lynn and Grace managed to battle it out for a wee bit longer than a financial institution vacation weekend, it might appear they’ll nonetheless be entitled to the total quantity.
The rule could have been carried out when The Solely Method Is Essex star Gemma Collins lower her time on the present brief after simply three days within the jungle again in 2014.
On the time it was rumoured that Gemma was paid €115,000 for her time on the present, however a consultant for the star later revealed that she didn’t obtain it.
A rep for the star confirmed: “I can verify that the £4,800 (€5,560) price was the total and remaining price that Gemma obtained for her participation in final 12 months’s I’m A Celeb.
“The present is three weeks lengthy and Gemma was in Australia for 5 days, due to this fact she is going to obtain a share primarily based on that.”
The truth star went on to donate the cash in full to Save the Kids.