Helen Flanagan set to make £500k after just two weeks in I’m A Celeb jungle | The Sun
HELEN Flanagan could make up to £500,000 after her two week stint on I’m A Celebrity.
The 32-year-old was picked to take part in the ‘all stars’ version in South Africa and impressed viewers with how much she had matured over the past decade.
Despite not making it to the final, Helen is set to seriously cash in from being back on prime time TV and her already lucrative deals are likely to keep on growing.
Will Hobson, PR Director at Rise at Seven said: " I'm a Celeb is a show known for boosting a celebrities profile, it's a mainstream show that pulls in millions of viewers every night.
"After the series, the most popular celebrities such as Helen Flannagan can be set to earn anywhere between £250-500K extra. This can come from social media deals & endorsements.
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“Helen is becoming more visible on TikTok which is definitely strategic to make sure she remains relevant after the show.
“My advice would be to maximise earnings whilst the popularity of the show is still hot right after. Stick to brands & partnerships that ring true to your brand.”
Mum-of-three Helen is best known for playing Rosie Webster on Coronation Street, but in recent years she’s become an influencer.
She often works with brands such as Ann Summers, Primark and Revamp Professional.
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She recently launched her own collection with Moda Minx swimwear.
The newly single star – who split from fiancé Scott Sinclair recently – said I’m A Celeb came at the right time for her.
She explained: "It was a good distraction, I tried to throw myself into work and I feel like I'm at a stage in my life now where I'm wondering 'what does Helen want?' – not mum Helen, what do I actually want to do?
"I'm at that nice stage where I might find myself a little bit again."
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