It's no secret that the stars of reality TV like to take advantage of their 15 minutes of fame by advertising brands on Instagram.
But how much do the Australian D-Listers earn for promoting tooth whiteners, protein shakes and Bali vacations?
On Thursday, Jarrod Woodgate revealed that his ex-girlfriend Keira Maguire is paid an amazing amount for selling products to his 177,000 followers.
REVEALED: The amazing figure of reality TV stars are paid for a single Instagram publication sponsored. In the photo: Keira Maguire spruiking Tooth whitening products SmilePro Worldwide
Responding to Keira's claim that he "has more money than him" despite not having a full-time job, Jarrod told Who magazine: "She earns more than $ 1,500 for each Instagram post."
The 32-year-old vineyard manager added: "No wonder I earn more than me, I have a very low family salary."
Other stars of reality with similar Instagram followers include Megan Marx (184,000) from The Bachelor, Grant Crapp (156,000) from Love Island and Cheryl Maitland (134,000) from Married At First Sight.
Spill the beans! On Thursday, Jarrod Woodgate revealed that his ex-girlfriend Keira Maguire is paid more than $ 1,500 for each Instagram post. In the photo of Bachelor In Paradise
The advantages of fame! Megan Marx (pictured) of Bachelor 2016 is known for promoting products on Instagram. He also admitted that his trips abroad are sponsored by brands
It is not clear if Megan, Grant or Cheryl earn the same amount as Keira per publication, but it is understood that advertisers pay the "influencers" a rate proportional to their followers.
Married At First Sight star Sarah Roza has an even bigger fan base than some of her contemporaries with 346,000 followers, so she could demand a higher fare.
Sometimes, brands do not pay stars for promoting their products, but offer "gifts" as complementary products or vacations with all expenses paid.
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Another day, another dollar! MAFS star Sarah Roza has an even bigger fan base than some of her contemporaries with 346,000 followers, so she could demand a higher rate
Earlier this year, Women's Day reported that Megan, 29, was heard boasting of going on a free trip thanks to her popularity on social media.
"I got a free vacation in the Maldives because of the number of people who follow me on Instagram," he apparently told other guests at an event in March.
She told Daily Mail Australia at the time: "For the past 18 months I have been working with resorts, hotels and tourism boards, some are modeling jobs and others are free flights, accommodation and food in exchange for publications."
Even the guys are doing it! Love Island winner Grant Crapp appears in a sponsored publication for Optimum Nutrition whey protein
Taking advice from Megan? Jake Ellis (pictured), who was dating Megan Marx until recently, is also known for advertising products on Instagram after his appearance on The Bachelorette.
When an & # 39; influencer & # 39; post an ad on Instagram, it's customary to include the & # 39; ad & # 39; or & # 39; spon & # 39; of the hashtags to clarify that it is a paid raise.
If they do not, the person could be found not complying with the advertising rules.
However, many reality television stars neglect to do this, which can lead fans to conclude that the publication is a genuine endorsement.
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Real about it: Jarrod's interview is a feature of this week's Who magazine, available now