Holly Willoughby 'in row with "very upset" bosses after her huge salary ... trends now

Holly Willoughby 'in row with "very upset" bosses after her huge salary ... trends now
Holly Willoughby 'in row with "very upset" Netflix bosses after her huge salary ... trends now

Holly Willoughby 'in row with "very upset" Netflix bosses after her huge salary ... trends now

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Holly Willoughby is reportedly caught up in a row with new Netflix bosses after reports of her huge salary for reality show Bear Hunt was leaked.

Last month MailOnline revealed that the presenter, 43, would co-hosting the new jungle themed show alongside Bear Grylls, followed by claims the streaming service had splashed out £10M on a star-studded line up.

It was also claimed that Holly had negotiated herself a 'very attractive package' bagging a £1M payday for her first show away from terrestrial television.

But according to The Mirror Netflix bosses, who are very protective of their financial figures, are said to be 'very upset' with the media coverage and have issued fresh warning to their stars over confidentiality.

A source told the publication: 'Netflix is really strict about leaks and anything ahead of schedule. They had a meeting and brought up Holly's new series, and said they were really upset about how it was leaked and there were so many varying reports about how much she had been paid to do the show'. 

Holly Willoughby, 43,  is reportedly caught up in a row with new Netflix bosses after reports of her huge salary for reality show Bear Hunt was leaked

Holly Willoughby, 43,  is reportedly caught up in a row with new Netflix bosses after reports of her huge salary for reality show Bear Hunt was leaked

Last month MailOnline revealed that the presenter would co-hosting the new jungle themed show alongside Bear Grylls , followed by claims the streaming service had splashed out £10M on a star-studded line up.

Last month MailOnline revealed that the presenter would co-hosting the new jungle themed show alongside Bear Grylls , followed by claims the streaming service had splashed out £10M on a star-studded line up.

Adding: 'It just isn't its style. Netflix recruits credible talent – and to have potential earnings in the public domain wasn't what it had expected.' 

MailOnline have contacted Holly's reps and Netflix for comment. 

Netflix have said to have forked out on the line-up in order to

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