Entertainment

Bachelorette Brooke Blurton’s ‘huge payday’ from Channel Ten is revealed

Bachelorette Brooke Blurton looks set to cash in as her ‘HUGE payday’ from Channel Ten is revealed

She has made history in becoming The Bachelorette‘s first bisexual leading lady.

And according to PerthNow on Sunday, the 26-year-old is set to receive a huge payday from Channel Ten for the upcoming series to air later this year.

It’s understood the Indigenous youth worker will receive ‘up to $250,000’.

Earning the big bucks: Bachelorette Brooke Blurton (pictured), 26, looks set to cash in as her ‘HUGE payday’ from Channel Ten is revealed

An insider reportedly told PerthNow that Brooke plans on using the money to support her family. 

The brunette beauty has six brothers and two sisters. Tragically, her mother passed away when she was just 11.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Ten for comment.

Attractive salary: According to PerthNow on Sunday, the youth worker is set to receive 'up to $250,000' for the season which will air later this year

Attractive salary: According to PerthNow on Sunday, the youth worker is set to receive ‘up to $250,000’ for the season which will air later this year 

Should the figure be correct, it’s just $50,000 short of Sophie Monk’s rumoured $300,000 payday from her series of The Bachelorette in 2017.     

Brooke has already made history as both the first Indigenous and first openly bisexual Bachelorette.

The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her heart.

Making history: Brooke has already made history as both the first Indigenous and first openly bisexual Bachelorette. The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her heart

Making history: Brooke has already made history as both the first Indigenous and first openly bisexual Bachelorette. The forthcoming series will see both men and women competing for her heart 

It marks the first time globally that any of the Bachelor or Bachelorette franchises have featured a mixed-gender cast. 

When asked how she felt viewers would take the change, Brooke told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I am not too sure if Australia is ready for it… I certainly am.’

The Bachelor alum also addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show.

Challenges: The Bachelor alum addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show during an appearance on Studio 10. Brooke admitted it's 'inevitable' some of the contestants will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her

Challenges: The Bachelor alum addressed the major problem with casting both males and females on the show during an appearance on Studio 10. Brooke admitted it’s ‘inevitable’ some of the contestants will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her

Speaking to Studio 10, she admitted it’s ‘inevitable’ some of the contestants will find love with each other in the mansion, instead of with her.

‘If it happens, who am I to stop it?’ she said. ‘I think it’s one of those things… it could be inevitable to happen and that’s totally fine.

‘Look, I’ll be disappointed that we didn’t get to develop that relationship for whatever reason. It is what it is, and it will happen. I’ve just got to take it as it goes.’

Realistic: 'If it happens, who am I to stop it?' she said. 'I think it's one of those things... it could be inevitable to happen and that's totally fine. Pictured with Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins on the 2018 season of The Bachelor

Realistic: ‘If it happens, who am I to stop it?’ she said. ‘I think it’s one of those things… it could be inevitable to happen and that’s totally fine. Pictured with Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins on the 2018 season of The Bachelor 

Advertisement


Source link

Related Articles

Back to top button