What is Richard Madeley’s net worth after signing a massive GMB deal? I’m a Celebrity 2021: What is Richard Madeley’s net worth after signing a massive GMB deal?
Richard Madeley has been a household name for decades, and his appearances on GMB and I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! have recently made headlines. But how much money has Richard made in his career, and what is his net worth?
Richard Madeley is best known for being one half of the iconic duo Richard and Judy for the past few decades.
Richard has recently appeared on British television as a guest presenter on ITV’s classic Good Morning Britain, as well as competing on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in Wales.
According to reports, the star was paid £200k for participating in the grueling show.
With a series of novels under his belt and decades as a television host, it’s no surprise that Richard has amassed a fortune in the millions.
Here’s everything you need to know about the TV legend’s worth…
Following his steady career as a British television icon, Celebrity Net Worth estimates that Richard is worth a whopping £3.7 million.
When he was 19, he began working for local newspapers to supplement his income.
Richard worked as a news producer and then as a presenter for BBC Radio Carlisle before landing his big break in television.
Richard’s hard-earned money is the result of a lot of hard work, and he doesn’t appear to be ready to stop now that he’s 65!
ITV bosses have confirmed that former GMB host Piers Morgan will be replaced permanently by Richard Madeley.
Following his appearance on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity…, Richard was set to join the Good Morning Britain cast and crew.
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The star, who co-hosted This Morning with his wife Judy from 1988 to 2001, is expected to contribute two or three times a week to the breakfast show.
According to The Mirror, Richard will be paid a healthy £300,000 for his appearance on the show, which should make the early mornings and twitter trolling a little more bearable.
Richard told the Metro that he “couldn’t give a f**k” if he had to deal with trolls.
Twitter has influenced and frightened far too many young presenters.
‘I remember when I first started filling in for Piers on Good Morning Britain, I’d check Twitter after a show and, yes, you get some nice responses.’
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