In another story of how celebrities are not just like us, Beau Ryan has admitted he lost $200,000 thousand dollars by walking away from 10’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
10’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, has become a summer staple. Right up there with Nine’s The Australian Open or eating paddle pops.
After all, it was the show that brought Chrissie Swan and Joel Creasy together and made Abbie Chatfield a jungle queen!
However, Beau Ryan missed his chance at being the jungle king and decided to call quits on the show and he coped a pretty big financial loss for his decision.
News.com.au reported that when Ryan appeared on Triple M’s Rush Hour with Wendell, Jude and Gus, he said: “I was pretty lucky – being at Channel 10, I’ve got a deal with Channel 10 and obviously they top you up or whatever to go on the show.
“But I didn’t realise until I got back to quarantine and I spoke to my manager after I spoke to my family, and he was like, ‘No worries mate, that’s just cost you $200,000.
“So working it out, if I’d stayed those last five days — I sort of wish I’d hung around. But I knew what headspace I was in.”
That’s got to hurt the wallet but Ryan did seem pretty good-humoured about it, must be nice! Of course, this news comes after King Kyle himself declared he was offered a cool 1 million to appear on the show.
Naturally, Twitter has weighed in.
It’s all about food for Beau Ryan and not his charity. #ImACelebrityAU
— an unexamined life (@an_unexamined) January 20, 2022
Beau Ryan quit I'm a Celeb for his family. He's always been a great family man …
— Phat Dan (@suthodan) January 21, 2022
Tomic, Mundine, Beau Ryan….. hmmmm……. Aussie sportsmen who quit the jungle. #ImACelebrityAU
— 🕯Del 🌈🐀🚴🏼♀️🏊♀️🤿🥝 (@KhunDel) January 20, 2022
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