Jordan North net worth: How he’s set to make fortune after I’m A Celebrity

Jordan North net worth: How he’s set to make fortune after I’m A Celebrity


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Jordan North, 30, first began presenting radio while he was studying at university. During the last year of his degree, he entered a radio competition and won a Sunday show on The Hits Radio. Jordan is also taking part in the 20th series of ITV’s I’m A Celeb and has captured the hearts of the nation with his friendliness and close bond with other contestants. 

The show, which is set in a Welsh castle this year, sees contestants taking part in Bushtucker Trials to win food for the camp.

Before university, one of Jordan’s first jobs was a bricklayer and later, he worked in a restaurant. 

On the waitering job, Jordan said: “I was a pot washer, and got sent on an errand for ‘salmon legs’.”

After completing his degree, the I’m a Celeb contestant worked as a researcher and producer for BBC Radio 5 Live while presenting shows on Capital North East and then Capital Manchester. 

He then spent 18 months working part-time at Rock FM before leaving the BBC when he was appointed as the Lancashire station’s drive time presenter in 2014.

Since 2018, Jordan has appeared on different podcasts and is now the main cover presenter for Scott Mills and Nick Grimshaw.

The radio presenter is referred to as Radio 1’s ‘supply teacher’ when he is on-air.

Before it was announced he was taking part in this years I’m A Celeb, Jordan appeared on children’s singing competition ‘Got What It Takes?’ as a guest mentor.

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How much is he currently worth?

Jordan’s net worth is currently not known, but it is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands which will soon increase once he leaves the popular ITV show. 

Ladbrokes’ odds currently show that Jordan is to win the show 4/5, making him the first 2020 campmate to be odds-on to win.

Viewers of the show are huge fans of the radio presenter as he has faced his fears and created great friendships with the other campmates.

In particular, campmate Beverly Callard, who is known for her role as Liz McDonald in soap opera Coronation Street, who said Jordan is on the road to be a “megastar”.

It is not known how much the contestants get paid to take part in the show but it is reported that they earn tens of thousands to appear. 

Appearing on the show will also help to boost their profile, which will help then earn more money once the show is over.

The radio presenter already has nearly 250k followers on Instagram and gets thousands of likes per post. 

If Jordan does get crowned King of the Jungle, he could be set to make a fortune.

In comparison, Jacqueline Jossa, best known for her acting role in EastEnders, won last year’s series and is now worth a whopping £1.2million according to website

Just for taking part in the popular ITV show, Jacqueline was reportedly paid an impressive £75,000.

She now has three million Instagram followers and earns thousands per sponsored post on her feed.

According to research by digital marketing agent AGY47, Jacqueline can earn anything up to £9,500 per post on the platform.

However, even if Jordan doesn’t win the show, his friendly nature and ambition will no doubt help him earn some brand deals. 

I’m A Celebrity continues tonight on ITV at 9pm where AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer are set to take part in another Bushtucker Trial.

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