Jessika Power left ‘livid’ over her Big Brother VIP pay cheque after discovering Martha Kalifatidis was paid $10,000 more by Channel Nine to appear on Celebrity Apprentice
Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power and Martha Kalifatidis have been embroiled in a bitter feud since 2019.
And it appears the duo may be at it again, with reports Jessika, 29, is fuming after learning she is getting paid peanuts for her upcoming Big Brother VIP gig.
‘Jess will be livid to know Martha took home $30,000 for Celeb Apprentice, while she struggled to get $20,000 out of Channel 7,’ New Idea reported on Monday.
Not happy! Jessika Power, 29, (pictured) is understood to be ‘livid’ with her Big Brother VIP paycheque after learning Martha Kalifatidis was paid more for her Celebrity Apprentice gig
According to the publication, Jessika jumped at the opportunity to appear on Big Brother after seeing how Martha was able to reinvent herself.
‘Jess has had a reality TV opportunity thrown at her every month for the past year, but for one reason or another they’ve fallen over,’ the source added.
‘She wants to be the MAFS queen bee!’
Claims: According to New Idea this week, Jessika ‘struggled to get $20,000 out of Channel Seven’ while Martha (pictured) was paid a hefty $30,000 for her recent appearance on Celebrity Apprentice Australia
Meanwhile, Caitlyn Jenner is believed to be earning $500,000 for her two week stint on the Channel Seven reality show.
Caitlyn, 71, is no stranger to reality TV, having appeared on Keeping Up with the Kardashians since 2007.
The network is also understood to have forked out a three figure deal for Meghan Markle’s brother Thomas Markle Jr, who will also appear on the show.
Cashing in: Caitlyn Jenner (pictured) is believed to be earning $500,000 for her two week stint on the Channel Seven reality show
Rumours: The network is also understood to have forked out a three figure deal for Meghan Markle’s brother Thomas Markle Jr, who will also appear on the show
Big Brother VIP is the second celebrity-themed Big Brother format to air in Australia, after a first season was made back in 2002.
Big Brother VIP begins filming at Sydney Olympic Park in the coming weeks and will air on Channel Seven later this year. Sonia Kruger is returning as host.
The set is currently being constructed despite the ban on building works in Sydney, after the producers were granted special permission.
Coming soon: Filming of Big Brother VIP is set to begin at a purpose-built complex at Sydney Olympic Park in the coming months. The program will air on Channel Seven later this year (Pictured: Host Sonia Kruger)