From "The Real Housewives" to your favorite reality hosts, "Extra" reveals how much dough reality stars are getting in reality!
Reality Show Salaries
Jon and Kate Gosselin
According to ABC News, the estranged couple reportedly makes $75,000 per episode.
Cast of 'Dancing with the Stars'
According to Entertainment Weekly, the stars featured on “Dancing” make $125,000 for competing on the show, and $10,000 and $50,000 per week thereafter.
Cast of 'Big Brother'
The cast of “Big Brother” receives a salary of $750 per week, and the winner receives $500,000.
You’re fired! Mogul Donald Trump reportedly doubled his “Apprentice” salary between the first and second season, from $50,000 an episode to $100,000.
The Osbourne Family
Each rockin’ family member reportedly went from $5,000 an episode to $1 million for the season by the time the show ended.
The 'Real Housewives'
The “Real Housewives” around the country make a reported $30,000 per show.
The “Idol” judge has reportedly negotiated a raise in salary from $36 million last year to anywhere from $45 million to an unprecedented $100 million.
The “American Idol” host recently became the highest paid host on reality TV, signing a deal worth a reported $45 million over the next three years.
The “Hills” newcomer is reportedly raking in $90,000 an episode.
During her stint on “The Hills,” Lauren reportedly made $125,000 an episode (or $2.5 million a year).
“Hills” starlet Audrina reportedly makes $100,000 per show.
Lauren "Lo" Bosworth
LC’s best friend Lo reportedly makes $100,000 per episode on “The Hills.”
The buxom blonde reportedly pulls in $100,000 a show for “The Hills.”
“The Hills” can be quite lucrative — Brody Jenner reportedly makes $45,000 per episode in which he’s featured.
The “Hills” villain reportedly rakes in $65,000 per show.
Nadya Suleman (aka Octomom) signed a contract that will pay her 14 children collectively about $250,000 over three years.
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