Do they get paid for it? The 17th season of Jungle Camp is currently glistening on German TV screens. As the stars face their fears in the Australian bush, they have active support in the background: each participant is allowed to take a partner with them. They give interviews on the site and endorse their celebrities. Candidates can expect a salary of between 40,000 euros and up to 250,000 euros. But are the guys in the jungle really getting paid for their efforts?
how Picture As we've learned, Bush allies get paid for their support: This year they will receive a one-time expenditure allowance of 1,500 euros. Their food is also taken care of: supporters receive a flat rate of 40 euros per day for food. Fruits, snacks and coffee are available free of charge. Fellows can also earn an additional 500 euros: in addition to interviews, they must be exclusively available to the station for podcast discussions during Jungle Camp.
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