I’m A Celebrity stars Ant and Dec can rake in over £10.5k per Instagram post

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly could be raking in an astounding £10.5k per Instagram post.

The popular television double- act, both 45, are both currently hosting the brand new series of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! at its new location in Wales.

And it's been revealed the duo could make over £10.5k per Instagram post, according to Pilot Fish Media.

The social media marketing agency has delved into online data to find out which of our favourite I'm A Celeb presenters are making the most cash on their social media accounts.

Hosts Ant and Dec take the top spot, and with their following of 4.2million, they could earn over £10,000 per post.

Despite Extra Camp being axed this year, previous presenters can still earn up to £5.1k per Insta post

Next on the list is previous Extra Camp presenter Scarlett Moffatt, who has just over 2m followers.

The Gogglebox star can £5.1k from just one Instagram post alone.

Also from the former I'm a Celebrity spin off show, Emily Atack could earn a whopping £4.3k per post, Adam Thomas could earn £3.4k with each post, and Joel Dommett a whopping £2.8k with each post.

I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp has been replaced by a brand new spin-off series this year.

The new spin off show, The Daily Drop, is hosted by Capital Breakfast star and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Vick Hope.

She could earn over £400 per post with her 114,000 followers on Instagram.

The I'm a Celeb lineup is said to have cost over £700,000, with Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah reportedly having the biggest pay packet of £300k.

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Mo could also earn over £3.5k per Instagram post, earning even more while he's on the show.

Tonight is the fifth episode of the new series, which is being broadcast in Wales due to travel restrictions amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Last night's episode saw newcomers Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall join the campmates in the castle for the first time.

I'm a Celeb continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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