Caroline Flack is set to & # 39; TRIPLE & # 39; her Love Island fee prior to the new winter version after & # 39; only agree to both series with a huge pay rise & # 39;
She recently revealed that the new winter edition of Love Island will be filmed in South Africa.
And Caroline Flack, 39, is said to be set to triple & # 39; of her fee to present Love Island because she & # 39; only agreed to both series with a huge pay raise & # 39 ;.
According to The mirror, Caroline, host of the ITV2 romantic show and spin-off Aftersun, & # 39; rode a bargain & # 39; when she renegotiated her contract pending the latest addition to the Love Island franchise.
Cashing in: Caroline Flack, 39, is reportedly set to triple & # 39; of her fee to present Love Island because she & # 39; only agreed to both series with a huge pay rise & # 39;
A TV source revealed to the publication: & # 39; Caroline negotiates a lot. She drove a bargain.
& # 39; It is very well deserved and is highly appreciated at ITV.
"Her allowance for two months per year was £ 450,000 plus costs, but she would only accept both series with a huge pay rise."
MailOnline has contacted representatives for both Caroline and Love Island for comments.
High earner: Caroline who organizes the ITV2 romantic show and spin-off Aftersun & # 39; rode a bargain & # 39; when renegotiating her contract
It comes after Caroline posted a clip on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, the TV confirms that she is organizing the winter version of the program next year, and fans promised that the new show & # 39; great & # 39; will be.
The star seemed delighted when she teased her busy schedule.
She told her social media followers: & I'm going into town and tomorrow I'm on a flight to Mallorca to do the final. Life is good. & # 39;
The blonde beauty continued to discuss the festive edition of Love Island: & # 39; So, Winter Love Island … I keep getting questions and I can only tell you that it is in winter and is being filmed in South -Africa.
Worth the effort! They added: & # 39; It is very well deserved and it is highly appreciated by ITV & # 39;
& # 39; So it won't be in the snow, people won't be in woolly sweaters, there are no fires. It is still summer and it remains great. & # 39;
Caroline – who has led the revitalized ITV2 dating show since its launch in 2015 – will travel for the series, which is expected to last six weeks.
A source told The Sun earlier this week: & # 39; Caroline is now synonymous with the show, so it doesn't seem right for anyone else to host it. They will also use the same production team, so it should all run like clockwork. & # 39;
The insider added: & # 39; ITV bosses are thrilled about the popularity of the show this year and enjoyed viewing ratings on the bumper, so it didn't seem a problem to watch the January reality TV show of Celebrity Big Brother to fill.
Ka-ching! & # 39; Her allowance for two months a year was £ 450,000 plus costs, but she would only agree to both series with a huge pay rise & # 39; shared the TV insider
& # 39; Winter Love Island makes sense because fans love the drama and love triangles and everyone wants to enjoy a bit of sun on screens in the cold winter months. & # 39;
Fans will be overjoyed, they don't have to wait a whole year on Love Island, now that TV leaders are going to make a second series for the duration of the winter months.
It will be filmed in South Africa; the same location where ITV2 showed an ax recording of Survival Of The Fittest, which was broadcast on television for only one series.
Audience figures for Love Island are through with a record number of 5.9 million people tuning in to their devices to watch the first episode of the 2019 series that ends next week.
New: Caroline – who has led the revitalized ITV2 dating show since its launch in 2015 – will travel for the series that is expected to last six weeks between the UK and South Africa.
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