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How much are Strictly stars paid? From £50k for dancers to £150k presenting gig

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Strictly Come Dancing is known for its glitz and glamour, with fabulous celebrities learning new tricks to impress the judges and make their way to the final.The show is full of flamboyant outfits, extravagant makeup and even more outrageous dance moves, but behind all the fun there's a job to be done.The celebrity contestants are surely the main event, but each year the professionals - including the hosts and judges - all try their hardest to put on the best show yet.READ MORE:What is the 'Strictly Curse'?

All the celebrities who split from partners after showIf you've ever wondered how much the Strictly cast are paid for all their efforts, keep reading to find out.The Strictly pros are partnered with a celebrity every year in an attempt to dance their way to the Glitterball trophy.It has been reported that the professional dancers are paid £50,000 for their appearance in the BBC One competition, even if they are the first to be sent home.However, many of the pros also go on to take part in Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals tour after the show has finished, along with spin-off shows and other such productions.AJ Pritchard is allegedly the highest paid dancer from the show with a net worth of £450,000.AJ has previously earned £120,000 from television appearances, £70,000 for taking part in the Strictly Live Tour and another £350,000 from the Professionals Tour.Another contender for the top spot is Kevin Clifton, who won the series back in 2018 with current partner Stacey Dooley.As well as competing in Strictly, Clifton has starred in ITV’s All Star Musicals which earned him an alleged £80,000 and another £10,000 for 20 weeks in Burn The Floor and Rock of Ages.Host Tess Daly is thought to earn a staggering £150,000.

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