Channel Nine’s highest-paid stars revealed Lego Masters’ Hamish Blake and Allison Langdon top the list with their staggering seven-figure salaries
Channel Nine’s highest-paid star has been revealed – and Lego Masters presenter Hamish Blake tops the list with his eye-watering seven-figure salary.
The comedian, 41, is said to earn a whopping $2 million for hosting the reality show.
Closely followed by Hamish is Today host Karl Stefanovic, 48, and his former co-host Allison Langdon, 43, who moved to A Current Affair early this year.
The pair reportedly take home a cool $1.5 million a year for their hosting duties, according to The Australian.
Scott Cam, 60, would also earn the same salary for being the face of the popular renovation show The Block.
Channel Nine’s highest-earning presenters have been revealed and Lego Masters presenter Hamish Blake (pictured) is said to have topped the list with an eye-watering salary. The veteran comedian, 41, reportedly earns $2 million for hosting the upbeat reality show
Other high-earning presenters include The Hundred host Andy Lee and Under Investigation host Liz Hayes.
Both would take home between $1 million and $1.2 million for their presenting duties.
Meanwhile, Sydney newscaster Peter Overton, 57, also made the list with a salary between $900,000 and $1 million.
Closely followed by Hamish is Today show host Karl Stefanovic (pictured) and his former co-host Allison Langdon, 43, who moved to A Current Affair early this year
Allison Langdon (pictured) would take home a cool $1.5 million a year for hosting A Current Affair
Elsewhere, Sarah Abo, 37, the new Today co-host, is reportedly taking home $800,000 a year after replacing Langdon in January.
And Sophie Monk, 43, would earn the same amount for her work on the popular reality dating series Love Island.
However, the salary of a seasoned Channel Nine presenter remains a secret.
It is unknown what Hot Seat host Eddie McGuire, 60, earns as the veteran host also works behind the scenes on several shows as a producer.
Scott Cam (pictured) would also earn the same salary for hosting the popular renovation show The Block
Sophie Monk (pictured) would earn $800,000 for her work on the hit reality dating series Love Island