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Number Of Days ‘I’m A Celebrity’ Stars Must Stay In Camp To Receive Full Fee Revealed

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The number of days the I’m a Celebrity stars have to stay in the camp to receive their full fee has been revealed. 

According to reports, the campmates are required to stay in the Gwrych Castle for at least 72 hours if they want to receive their agreed paycheck.

According to Mirror Online, the rule was introduced back in 2014 when Gemma Collins stepped foot in the jungle.

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Despite being in the camp for just three days, the reality TV star claimed she couldn’t hack it and had made the decision to leave.

After her abrupt exit, it was reported that she didn’t get the hefty paycheck that she signed up for.

A representative of the star told Mirror Celebs: “I can confirm that the £4,800 fee was the full and final fee that Gemma received for her participation in last year’s I’m A Celebrity.”

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Gemma Collins on I'm A Celebrity.
Gemma Collins stayed in the I’m A Celebrity jungle for just three days, so she didn’t receive her full fee. Credit: ITV

Collins then claimed that she would be donating the fee to the charity Save The Children.

However, many people didn’t buy that the reality TV star would accept such a ‘rubbish’ amount.

Slamming these claims, her rep added: “The show is three weeks long and Gemma was in Australia for five days, therefore she will receive a percentage based on that.”

When Collins originally entered the I’m A Celebrity jungle, it was reported that she’d be receiving a whopping £100,000 paycheck.

It’s believed that the celebrity wages for their appearance on the show can vary from just £25,000, all to way to a staggering £400,000.

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