The Love Island 2019 contestants will get a weekly fee for the time they spend on the show. The singletons are here to find true love, but apart from that they also hope to raise their bank balance and profile too.
Love Island 2019 cast: How much do the contestants get paid?
Love Island 2019 cast gets more than what you would imagine
Just like the previous years, the islanders will reap riches plugging holidays and several other goodies after the show on Instagram. But this is not it; the contestants will also get paid for the time they spend on TV. Sources report that this is done for compensating them for spending their time on the ITV2 dating show.
The contestants of Love Island 2019 will be paid £250 for a week. This is £50 more as compared to the previous year. This fee will include rent, bills, and other costs back home for the time the contestants spend their time in Majorca. Those singletons who make it to the end will collect around £2,000 for eight weeks.
The winners of previous years Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham won a cash prize of £50,000 after they were voted the favorite couple by the voters. However, unfortunately, the pair discontinued after eight months. The ITV bosses confirmed that the show begins from 3rd June.
Host Caroline Flack has already reached the Balearic Islands for the fifth series. She is busy topping her tan between the rehearsals. We will keep you updates with all the details of the show. Don’t forget to tell your friends about it.