The shocking pay difference between Love Island stars revealed
The ITV2 series may have ended in July, but everyone is still obsessed with the Love Island stars and what they are doing. But which Islanders are making the most money since leaving the villa?
Winners Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay may have bagged a tasty £50,000 prize at the end of the series, but all of the Love Island stars have had opportunities to rake in the cash since leaving the reality show.
However, some stars have been earning a lot more than others…
According to The Sun, champions Kem and Amber collectively earn a whopping £1.25million between them, and that’s on top of their £50k prize!
Through personal appearances, modelling, endorsements, social media posts and brand deals, Amber could be bringing in around £500,000, while Kem is expected to have earned an impressive £750,000 with his own hair products, spin-off shows and photoshoots with Amber.
They haven’t quite reached the heights of Kem and Amber, but Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood are still doing pretty well for themselves. Speaking to the Mirror, Rob Cooper predicted the couple are worth £500,000 together. He said: “Olivia could make a good income from her Instagram, she has 1.4million followers and could be looking at making £150,000 by interacting with them.”
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Jessica Shears’ income comes as quite a surprise, with The Sun claiming she could be earning a massive £2 million. Despite leaving the villa early on, Jess and Dom Lever have sustained a strong public profile, grabbing headlines with their recent engagement announcement.
Montana Brown’s earnings are estimated to reach £1.8million, even after finishing in fifth place with Alex Beattie.
What an incredible evening last night with @nationallotterygoodcauses #NLAWards. So fantastic to see what the £30 millions a week of lottery funding can achieve. Massive congrats to all the winners! 💕🙌🏾
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But who are the lowest earners? Supposedly, Chloe Crowhurst is earning £25,000, while reports claim Jonny Mitchell is making £50,000. Which, hey, still isn’t to be laughed at.