The Lowest-Earning I'm a Celeb Star Revealed

Elias Hubbard
December 7, 2017

Georgia first came into the spotlight on Made In Chelsea Season 7, where the crew followed her job at The Lady magazine. "He's the highest-earning contestant ever".

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While Made In Chelsea star Georgia "Toff" Toffolo is still in the jungle and a hot favourite with the bookies to win the series, some celebs - such as Stanley Johnson and Rebekah Vardy - may well have ended their Outback torture but they're rumoured to have been paid more dosh than Toff for their jungle stint.

The source commented: "Georgia has been gold from the start of this series, but ITV bosses have got her for a bargain price". Which is remarkable considering she's the favourite to win.

"She's way out in front in terms of the bookies" tip for a victor, and looks set to win if she keeps things up.

Toff's fee is a stark contrast to boxer Amir Khan's staggering £300,000, making him officially the best paid contestant in 17 years.

Toff's fee believed to be one of the lowest the ITV programme has ever paid a a contestant, even below what they gave relative unknowns Joel Dommett, 31, and Jordan Banjo, 24, last year.

The source continued to say that Toff "jumped" at the chance to take part in the show and that producers didn't need to do much negotiating either.

Toff, who's also appeared on Celebs Go Dating and Made In Chelsea will be snapped up by companies keen for her to wear their clothes and be the face of their brands, says top PR guru Mark Borkowski.

But Toff was tipped to make as much as €1.13million in endorsements when she leaves the jungle.

However, while her blossoming career looks like it'll make her bank manager happy, it doesn't seem to have had quite such a positive effect on her love life.

Let's hope she can find the ideal balance.

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