Love Island finalist Olivia Attwood has shed light on the alleged Love Island gender pay gap, revealing that female stars were reportedly offered less than their male counterparts for the same work after leaving the show.
The women and men who participated in the reality television show, in which single contestants are sent to an island and instructed to couple up and find love, were given a variety of employment opportunities with outside companies after the programme ended.
Although ITV offers an equal prize for winning the show, regardless of gender, stars have allegedly found that other companies they have worked with offered women less money.
The jobs on offer included nightclub appearances, paid sponsorships on social media, media appearances and partnerships with brands.
Ms Attwood claimed that women were offered less money for these roles than the men who participated in the reality television show.
Different slebs are worth different amounts for sleb appearances.
Kerry Katona will turn up to the opening of an envelope, Daniel Craig will not, their prices are different. Ho hum.