Beau Ryan reveals that he received MORE than $ 200,000 from Angie Kent to appear on Dancing with the Stars
Beau Ryan breaks his silence about claims that he got NONE to appear on Dancing with the Stars – insisting that he earned $ 250,000 after producers ‘begged’ him to participate in the show
Beau Ryan has set the record to rumors that he has not been paid to appear on Dancing with the Stars.
Speaking with KIIS 106.5’s Kyle and Jackie O Show on Tuesday, Beau, 34, insisted that he actually cashed in the performance and earned $ 250,000.
Beau made the revelation when he was asked to compare his merits to those of co-star Angie Kent, who allegedly earned around $ 120,000.
“I was the last one to go on and on [producers] clearly begged me, and I think Angie signed up for me … I think [Angie] got the most, and then I got more than they did when I last signed. ”
“So you say you paid more than $ 250 million to do Dancing With The Stars?” asked radio presenter Jackie.
“I think so,” Beau replied.
Cashing in! Beau Ryan (pictured with Megan Wragg) broke his silence about claims that he got nothing to appear on Dancing With The Stars – insisting that he earned more than $ 250.00 after producers ‘begged’ him to participate in the show take
“I got more than they did when I last signed up!” Beau made the revelation when he was asked to compare his merits with those of co-star Angie Kent (photo), who allegedly earned around $ 120,000
Beau added that he earned the same amount with The Amazing Race Australia.
He also revealed that participants in the dance competition talked openly about their wages in the green room.
“Of course you walk in and say how much you get,” he said.
Harking in: He also revealed that participants in the dance competition openly discussed their salaries among themselves in the green room
It was said that Beau had earned nothing for his time in the show thanks to a report published by women’s Day magazine on Monday.
The magazine claimed that Beau and his fellow participant Ed Kavalee both did not earn anything because they had already signed to Channel 10 with a “sample contract” that includes multiple shows.
The pair each earns more than $ 150,000 for their “continued availability on the network,” the publication claims.
Shocking! Woman’s Day reported earlier that Beau (in the photo with Megan Wragg) and comedian Ed Kavalee (in the photo on the right with Jorja Rae Freeman) were not paid at all to appear in the competition
Rumors about contracts: the magazine claimed that Beau (pictured with Megan Wragg) and his fellow participant Ed Kavalee have already been signed to Channel 10 with a “sample contract” that covers multiple shows – each earned $ 150,000 for their total contributions to the network this year