Monday 28 November 2022 02:20 PM What next for I'm a Celeb jungle stars? Jill Scott to make millions trends now
Jill Scott will make millions from her I'm a Celebrity victory with Owen Warner also likely to be the other big winner financially, PR experts told MailOnline today.
The Lioness hero, who is the first LGBT person to win the show, is expected to become mega rich from her jungle triumph because she is now loved by millions who see her as genuine, relatable and kind.
Public relations expert Gary Farrow, who famously was Sir Elton John's manager, predicted that she could become a David Beckham-like figure, making millions from promoting fashion and cosmetics as well as from motivational speeches and books.
Runner up Owen Warner is predicted to leave Hollyoaks to pursue a career in TV - perhaps even with Ant and Dec - with food businesses already queuing up to pay him to promote their products, shops and restaurants because he became famous for always being hungry.
The top 4 in I'm a Celeb will all see their incomes boosted by their success on the show - but Jill Scott will make millions
Mike Tindall is also expected to enjoy increased fees on the after dinner speaking circuit. Mr Farrow pondered if he went on I'm a Celeb to lose weight as well as boost his earning power.
But with Matt Hancock insisting he is heading back to Westminster politics and his West Suffolk constituency, have predicted that his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo - and the couple could end up on reality shows like Gogglebox or even Strictly. But the couple have denied they are plotting anything of the sort.
Here are the biggest winners from I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2022:
Winner: Jill Scott
Jill Scott is crowned Queen of the Jungle and is greeted by fiance Shelly, who runs a cafe with her partner. Experts say their lives will be transformed because the Lioness is already beloved by millions
Plenty to smile about! It was no wonder Jill couldn't keep the grin off her face after her incredible victory
Jill Scott's life will be transformed after becoming Queen of the Jungle - and is expected to make millions from new jobs, sponsors and business opportunities.
Jill, who runs a Manchester coffee shop with her fiancee Shelly Unitt, already has deals with Walkers crisps and Starling Bank and she and her teammates got a £55,000 bonus after their Euros win. She is also being paid £120,000 for her I'm A Celebrity appearance.
But much greater riches await Ms Scott, with businesses desperate to sign her up and the public just as desperate to see her on TV and at events.
Brand expert Mark Borkowski said that not only did she win the show, she will also be the 'real winner' financially because in business 'authenticity rules' and Jill is clearly true and real'.
Her victory proves she is liked by both men and women, and has also become a gay icon on the show.
Mr Borkowski said: 'She arrived with so much positivity surrounding her. The win galvanises her position as the must have personality'.
Sir Elton John's manager of many years, Gary Farrow, believes that Jill will become a huge name for years to come.
He said: 'She is a successful footballer, has a MBE and has won over millions of people on I'm a Celeb. She can make a fortune.
'David Beckham has promoted big businesses such as Gillette, promoted perfumes, cosmetics, clothes and cars. There is no reason why Jill couldn't do the same'.
He added: 'People will want to see her after dinner speeches and motivational speeches and she will also be spoilt for choice'.
Runner up: Owen Warner
Loving life: Owen seemed in high spirits as he beamed broadly at his campmates after spending quality time with his mum
Jungle highlight: Owen tucked into a sag bol or his first meal since leaving camp, Experts believe he will make huge sums from food advertising
Owen Warner has been described as a 'dream' for supermarkets and food advertisers due to his now well-known obsession with food.
The soap star, who found fame as Romeo Nightingale in Channel 4’s Hollyoaks, has won over viewers and became well know for his complaints about abject hunger.
Before entering the camp he admitted the lack of food