Kezia Dugdale has disclosed her price for holding partial in I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Here.
The former Scottish Labour personality seemed on the ITV show alongside the likes of fighter Amir Khan, Stanley ‘father of Boris’ Johnson and Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo, who went on to win.
Kezia has now suggested she was paid a £70,000 price for her appearance as good as an vague volume betwen £10,000 and £15,000 for transport expenses, accommodation and a daily price while not on the show.
She published sum of her price in the Scottish Parliament’s register of interests.
Kezia donated £5,100 of her coming price to charities Who Cares? Scotland, Glasgow Women’s Aid and the Archie Foundation. A serve £2,500 of her MSP income went to Rock Trust which supports immature people at risk of homelessness.
Last month she was given a warning over her ‘unauthorised absence’ from Parliament over the three-week duration spent in Australia, however she transient suspension.
Kezia came to I’m A Celeb as a late entrance alongside talkRADIO presenter Iain Lee, and was the third campate voted out.
Of her time on the show she said: ‘It was an knowledge we am never going to forget.’