Each year there is speculation about how much each campmate is earning for their time in the I’m a Celebrity jungle.
And this year there is a clear winner - one star is reportedly earning a mammoth £500,000 for their three-week stint in the Australian outback.
That’s almost a cool £25,000 a day - just shy of an average Mancunian’s annual salary and the same amount one celebrity is earning for their entire time on the show.
The celeb we are talking about is of course Caitlyn Jenner, the American TV personality who is currently earning her keep thanks to her impressive performances in the Bushtucker trials.
The 70-year-old is no stranger to the jungle having appeared in the American version as Bruce Jenner before her transition into Caitlyn.
A TV insider revealed to The Mirror that ITV bosses had splashed out on as much as £1.4m on this year's celebrities' fees - but there is a big disparity between the lowest and highest paid.
The next on the list is ex-Arsenal player Ian Wright, 56, who is said to have pocketed a tidy sum of £400,000 for his appearance on the show.
Continuing down the list is former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, 34, who is believed to have been paid £250,000.
Coronation Street star Andrew Whyment - who enters the jungle tonight - is getting £100,000 despite his shorter stay in the camp.
Next up Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway and Eastenders actor Jacqueline Jossa are receiving £75,000 each.
Elsewhere rugby player James Haskell and Radio One DJ Adele Roberts’s fees both are said to stand at £50,000.
As the ages of the celebs go down so does the wage - Martin Kemp’s Capital FM DJ son, Roman, age, is believed to be taking home £40,000.
While X Factor star Myles Stephenson who won the singing competition back in 2017 while being in British boy band Rak-Su is on £25,000.
ITV representatives have declined to comment on the matter.
I'm A Celebrity' returns tonight on ITV at 9pm.