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No More Politicians On Show
I'm a Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec call for 'no more politicians' on show - BBC News
There has to be a better way.. a politician free future?
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"Ant and Dec's deal could end up being worth £50million if they decide to extend the three-year agreement, the publication added. Their deal means the duo can reportedly earn a combined £3.3million a month from ITV, for hosting shows such as Britain's Got Talent, I'm A Celebrity, Saturday Night Takeaway and Ant And Dec's DNA Journey."
If we say four year for the £50 million deal, that works out as forty-eight month or just over a £520,000 a month for each of them.
True, Naomi, very true. But Ant and Dec shouldn't take/be given ALL the glory for their success.
As for the awards, they're brght enough to realise who their target audience is - the kind of viewers who will take time out to actually vote for their fav hosts, actors, programmes, etc, etc, etc - and they stick to the format that works.
In my most humble of opinions, of course😊
I don't watch them very much now, only because I get fed up very quickly with the same programs year after year. But A&D are pretty good at what they do, after all who could do this program any better, I doubt there are very many who could step into their shoes. So good luck to them. How much they are paid? We would all go for as much as we could get I think, Don't you?
celebrity seems to be very loosely defined, I often have no clue who the majority are. Are they selected to attract a younger audience?
Sometimes the politician contestants just seem to attract a lot of hate comments, no doubt to boost viewing figures. IMHO that just encourages the ethos of cyber bullying, so no I dont watch