How Much Is Hannah Brown Getting Paid To Be ‘The Bachelorette’?
It is safe to say the Hannah Brown is one of the most opinionated and unique Bachelorettes the franchise has ever seen.
From her fun personality to her openness when it comes to sex, Brown has acquired quite the fan base during her time as The Bachelorette and it is definitely paying off.
With this season maintaining high ratings, Hannah Brown is getting paid the big bucks to keep all of us entertained as she tries to find her husband.
So how much is Brown actually getting paid to be on the show and how will her salary look after she gives out the final rose?
She making well above $100,000
When most people start their journey on The Bachelor franchise, they usually begin as a contestant who has hopes of winning the leading man or woman’s heart in the end.
Since contestants come on the show on their own free will, their income is put on hold while they are vying for love.
When Hannah Brown first appeared on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor, she and the rest of the contestants had to live off of the money they had saved up since the franchise was only paying Underwood.
Now that Hannah Brown is the new leading lady, her paycheck is looking extremely good.
According to show expert Amy Kaufman, it is “incredibly rare for someone to make less than six figures.” So it is safe to say that most of the past bachelors and bachelorettes have taken home at least $100,000.
It has been said that Brown has been negotiating to receive even more money but the exact number remains under wraps.
Along with her salary from just being The Bachelorette, it has been said that if Hannah Brown ends up getting married on television, she could also receive a six-figure pay from ABC.
Brown can expect a large amount of money from social media
Whether or not Hannah Brown ends up finding true love at the end of all of this is to be determined, however, the reality star isn’t done making the big bucks.
As it turns out, Brown will most likely spend the next few years making a ton of money off of sponsored social media posts, which range between $1,000-$10,000 per post (depending on the number of followers one has).
Seeing as though Hannah Brown currently has 1.4 million Instagram followers and tv personalities usually share 7-8 sponsored posts a month, she will be making A LOT of money in the years following her Bachelorette run.
Along with social media, it has been reported that Brown is also being considered for the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars.
If this turns out to be true, she could be looking at $125,000 just for joining and has the possibility of walking away with $345,000 if she is the last one standing.
So as many of us can see, it definitely pays to be The Bachelor or The Bachelorette no matter if they end up finding their one true love or not.