I’m A Celeb is finished for 2019 and this year’s contestants are walking away with big paycheques for their efforts. 

Jacqueline Jossa became the Queen of the Jungle after completing three weeks of bush tucker trials, sleeping on the floor and eating rice with beans.

While things may be bleak in the jungle, the contestants still got paid pretty well for their time down under.

Caitlyn Jenner was the highest-paid star on this year’s show earning €593,547 (£500,000).

The second highest paid star on this years I’m A Celeb was Ian Wright, who earned €475,044 (£400,000) for his appearance.

Nadine Coyle, meanwhile, reportedly earned €297,102 (£250,000) for her time in the jungle.

Runner up and Coronation star Andy Whyment secured an I’m A Celeb paycheque of €118,817 (£100,000).

Caitlyn, Ian, Nadine and Andy were the only stars to receive a six-figures for their appearances.

Kate Garraway and winner Jacqueline Jossa both earned €89,000 (£75,000) for their appearances, while James Haskell and Adele Roberts received €59,390 (£50,000) each.

Radio DJ Roman Kemp took home a paycheck of €47,517 (£40,000).

Myles Stephenson was the lowest-paid celebrity this year earning only €29,705 (£25,000).

I’m A Celeb bosses might regret paying out such big pay cheques, as viewership numbers show dropped drastically this year.

Producers blamed the lack of sexy shower scenes for the drop in viewership.