Rylan Clark-Neal has revealed he was paid £100,000 (€110,000) to appear on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013. 

The TV presenter, who first found fame as a contestant on the X Factor in 2012, said it like he had "won the lottery" but that he knows some people received £500,000 (€551,000).

Clark-Neal was a housemate in the 11th series of the Channel 5 reality show. He made it to the final five, competing against names including Steps star Claire Richards and actor Ryan Moloney, and was eventually named the winner.

The current It Takes Two host revealed the figure to Louis Theroux on his Grounded podcast.

He said: "I got £100,000 to be in Big Brother. So to me, I'd won the lottery."

At the suggestion it was a high sum, he added: "Yeah, I've never said that. I think that is the first time I've ever said how much I got paid to go on Big Brother.

"But when you realise how much money there is in television and what other people get paid to do the same experience or less than you, it's quite, quite shocking sometimes"

Asked about the larger amounts paid to celebrities, he said: "I've known very big payments for people to go into that house. I mean some people have been paid half a million pounds and got evicted first, put it that way."

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