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How much the stars of Bachelor in Paradise are paid to go on the show is revealed

Several Bachelor and Bachelorette rejects recently headed to Fiji for another shot at love.

And now it’s been revealed how much the lovelorn reality stars earn for appearing on the franchise’s spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise.

According to the So Dramatic podcast, the cast take home approximately $500 to $1,000 for a day’s work, while the likes of Keira Maguire can demand up to $50,000 for an entire stint on the show. 

REVEALED: How much the stars of Bachelor in Paradise are paid to go on the show... and you'll never guess the incredible amount Keira Maguire gets!

REVEALED: How much the stars of Bachelor in Paradise are paid to go on the show… and you’ll never guess the incredible amount Keira Maguire gets! 








‘I believe Paradise contestants are paid $500 a day,’ the So Dramatic host claimed.  

‘Some contestants were able to bargain and get $1,000 a day… and then people like Keira can demand more.

‘I heard Keira’s fee was close to $50,000, but honestly that’s just a rumour and not confirmed because contract negotiations are very confidential.’

How much? According to the So Dramatic podcast, the cast take home approximately $500 - $1,000 for a day's work, while the likes of Keira Maguire can demand up to $50,000 for an entire stint on the show

How much? According to the So Dramatic podcast, the cast take home approximately $500 – $1,000 for a day’s work, while the likes of Keira Maguire can demand up to $50,000 for an entire stint on the show

Not bad! Richie Strahan and Alex Nation were allegedly paid $4,000 a day for when they returned to Paradise last year

Not bad! Richie Strahan and Alex Nation were allegedly paid $4,000 a day for when they returned to Paradise last year

The host also alleged that Richie Strahan and Alex Nation were paid $4,000 a day for when they returned to Paradise last year.

‘One contestant offered to do the show for free,’ Megan added about the current season, keeping the said individual’s name under wraps.

It comes after Brittany Hockley revealed on her Life Uncut podcast what it’s really like filming the show.  

The 32-year-old radiographer told her listeners that despite what they may think, ‘It’s not a holiday’. 

Brittany said fans tell her she should look on the bright side after failing to find everlasting love on the show. 

'It's not a holiday':  It comes after Brittany Hockley revealed on her Life Uncut podcast what it's really like filming the show. Pictured with Timm Hanly

‘It’s not a holiday’:  It comes after Brittany Hockley revealed on her Life Uncut podcast what it’s really like filming the show. Pictured with Timm Hanly

‘The worst thing is people being like, ”oh, at least you got a holiday!” she explained.

‘I cannot stress this enough – [Paradise] is not a holiday,’ she added, before insisting that it’s actually a ‘job’ to film on set.

‘It is constant, it’s a show – you’re working. Yeah, I’m not labouring all day, but it is a job,’ she said. 

‘To be honest, there’d be moments when you’d be laying around, and the producer will come out and say, ”up you get, you’re all boring, you have to get up and go and do something”.’

Brittany also revealed that producers had strict rules for contestants when it came to drinking alcohol.

She explained that the cast could start drinking at lunchtime, but could only have two drinks an hour.

Take it slow! Brittany revealed that producers had some strict rules for contestants when it came to drinking alcohol. She explained that the cast could start drinking at lunchtime, but could only have two drinks an hour. Pictured is Ciarran Stott

Take it slow! Brittany revealed that producers had some strict rules for contestants when it came to drinking alcohol. She explained that the cast could start drinking at lunchtime, but could only have two drinks an hour. Pictured is Ciarran Stott

If the producers thought you were drunk, they’d ‘cut you off.’ 

‘You can’t start drinking until midday – the bar opens at 12 – and then you get two drinks an hour and you can basically drink until midnight. That’s a lot of drinks, and in the sun,’ Brittany said.

‘They have a duty of care, so while you’re allowed that many drinks – the second they think you’ve had too many, or you’re too intoxicated, they’ll cut you off.

‘It’s different because on The Bachelor, you don’t get a second alone with him – there’s nothing that could possibly happen. But in Paradise, there’s people everywhere, guys and girls … anything could happen, so they have to keep their eyes open.’

Brittany also spoke about the food available to contestants at the resort.

She explained that they could order anything they want, including burgers, chips and steaks. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted a Channel 10 representative for comment in relation to this article. 

All the details: Brittany also spoke about the food available to contestants at the resort. She said they could order anything they want, including burgers, chips and steaks

All the details: Brittany also spoke about the food available to contestants at the resort. She said they could order anything they want, including burgers, chips and steaks

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