DANCING on Ice is heading back to our screens for the 2022 series.
Those famous faces taking part get handsomely rewarded for their time and we have the inside scoop on who gets what.
What do the Dancing On Ice contestants get paid?
Exact salaries are not known although The Sun exclusively revealed in 2020 that TV executives had secured a bumper budget to secure top stars.
Salaries for those who take part in the show are reportedly between £20,000 and £100,000.
In the past though some who have taken part have claimed the pay wasn't great.
Former contestant Cheryl Baker previously told The Sun: "The money is not great in my opinion.
"I’ve been training six days a week since October. If you make it to the final it is a six-month project, so the money isn’t much in comparison.
"In this industry, you can go months at a time without a job though. You can’t turn the work down.
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"I have to work. I have a mortgage and bills to pay. I’m not a saver, I never have been."
The highest paid star in Dancing on Ice history was Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, who got £150,000 in 2013.
What do the professional dancers get paid?
The pro dancers work tirelessly with the celebrities, months before the show starts.
Unlike the judges, they are involved with the show throughout the week, as they have to rehearse with their star partner.
It's not known though how much the pros get paid.
What do the judges get paid?
The judging panel is made up of Christopher Dean, Jayne Torvill, Ashley Banjo and Oti Mabuse.
Also returning for another season are presenters Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield.
Broadcaster ITV has not revealed how much they get paid but the judges on Strictly Come Dancing get paid at least £200,000 per series.
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