I’m A Celeb: These campmates are set to make a mint

Two of this year’s campmates have connected particularly well with viewers and are set to make a mint out of their I’m A Celeb appearance.

This year’s series of I’m A Celeb is drawing to a close. No matter who’s crowned King or Queen of the Castle on Sunday, two of this year’s campmates are expected to make big money on leaving the camp as the show has brought them a massive boost in popularity.

Frankie Bridge post-I’m A Celeb

Ex-Saturdays and S Club Juniors singer Frankie Bridge is one of the front-runners to win I’m A Celeb 2021. But even if she doesn’t, she’s still set to earn big from her appearance. According to a source who spoke to The Sun, big-money career opportunities have been rolling in for Frankie. They said:

Frankie has been the most searched-for contestant on Google by a country mile on this year's show. Not only does she look brilliant, but viewers have got to see her cheeky, fun-loving personality shine through. She's also got guts - and isn't afraid to say it how it is. She's been offered a solo presenting gig for a couple of major channels, and has had loads of interest from high end fashion brands. It's a super-exciting time for her.

Danny Miller post-I’m A Celeb

Meanwhile, actor Danny Miller also seems to have made a shrewd move in quitting Emmerdale and entering the castle. According to reports, TV producers are lining him up for presenting jobs once he comes out of the castle. The Sun quotes a source saying:

Danny has connected well with viewers. He's been very open in the past about his desire to present - and those opportunities are set to roll in.

Meanwhile, Emmerdale has left the door open for Danny to return in the future if he chooses to.

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