Strictly Come Dancing 2019 judge Bruno Tonioli, 63, is believed to earn £1.85 million a year with his various commitments, while professional dancer Gorka Marquez, 29, earns less than a tenth of the former’s salary, according to the Daily Mail.
Is is believed the veteran judge is paid £250,000 per season for the BBC show.
Away from this, he is also paid £1.5 million on the American version of the show; Dancing With The Stars.
Bruno also cashes in on the annual nationwide Strictly tour.
Aside from dancing, the judge is also the director of Fulvia Limited, with its latest accounts showing the companies earnings at £2.27 million.
Bruno is believed to rake in more money than his co-judges Shirley Ballas, 59, Craig Revel Horwood, 54, and new judge Motsi Mabuse, 38.
Shirley reportedly earns an estimated £500,000 per annum, but is paid the same amount as Bruno per season on Strictly.
When she first joined the show in 2017, she is believed to have earned £180,000.
The head judge can also make up to £100,000 for her appearance on the Strictly tour.
She can earn an extra £100,000 for her roles in pantomime, with her most recent casting being in Jack And The Beanstalk.
Strictly Come Dancing stars' earnings are not the same (Image: GETTY•WENN)
Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno