No matter what job you’re in, there’s always going to be some doubt when you quit your job after 13 years, but luckily for former Emmerdale star, Danny Miller, it seems that that gamble has paid off.
Not only is he likely to have made anything from between £30,000 to £200,000 just for signing up to take part in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here, Danny’s win last night could see him becoming a millionaire with future endorsements and jobs post show.
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Danny’s off-screen career is now set to be handled by one of his friends, former Love Islander Scott Thomas who runs his own PR firm in Manchester.
A source close to the company revealed what could be in store for Danny now he’s left the castle saying, “He'll come out of camp to several big TV offers - he's proved very popular.
“Scott is looking to work a number of angles for Danny, including speaking to the Kamanis about getting Danny on the catwalk with Boohoo.”
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It was a dramatic fall from grace for the former Radio 1 DJ when he was sacked after 49 years working for the BBC, for failing to co-operate with the Jimmy Savile inquiry. He has since returned to the BBC.
TPT withdrew from the spotlight after her stint in the jungle, and sadly passed away in February 2017. RIP.
Christine claims to have hung up her Reality TV boots, having been asked to do CBB four times now. Shame, Mrs British Battleaxe would have got on famously with Bear. She changed her name by deed poll as part of a promotion back in 2009. She regrets this.
Tuffers has been a consistent fixture as team captain on A Question of Sport since 2008 as well as sticking to his roots on Test Match Special. He also does regular reporting on The One Show.
The ex-Wimbledon Crazy Gang member, Gladiators presenter, and awooga-ist (that's definitely a thing) did a stint in 2007 presenting Deal Or No Deal Nigeria, but with less cryptic symbols daubed on his hands than Noel Edmonds. More recently he's tried to encourage England footballer Dele Alli to become the king of a Nigerian tribe.
Changing Rooms' Linda Barker really is the authority on interior design. She's been encouraging the good folk of Hull to swing open their doors and rent out their spare rooms for its 2017 City of Culture status.
Kerry's been jetting round the place, arriving in Scottish holiday parks with her family in a stretch limo and tweeting cryptic messages about secret trips to Australia with fellow former Kitten Natasha Hamilton, and former Liberty X member Michelle Heaton. Liberty Kitten? Atomic X?
Formerly a Royal Correspondent, this J Bond has more of a licence to krill since her I'm a Celebrity fame came to an end. Alongside Mary Berry she opened the 2016 Crabfest in Devon's beautiful Salcombe, and she's also an ambassador for a river cruise company.
Peter Andre has gone from strength to strength since his stint in the jungle. After meeting his now ex-wife Katie Price on the show, Pete has since remarried doctor Emily McDonagh, and they share two young children.
Joe Pasquale continues to tour as a stand up comic across the country as well as running a feature, on the 2016 series of Tonight At The London Palladium on ITV, called Who's In The Box?
Paul Burrell went through a divorce from his long-time wife Maria Burrell in 2016. He spends his life running his flower shop and painting watercolours. He's also regularly called upon for comment on Royal business like the wedding of Kate Middleton ad Prince William, and the Queen's 90th Birthday.
The Love Island booze hound made a dramatic switch to become a life coach back in 2013. Nowadays he lives clean and has a family, but still makes time for his House DJ super group Future Polar Bears with Luke Hayes and Rhys Buckley. He also shares a son with Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton.
The journalist and author lives in Switzerland with her partner Marco Grass. She recently blocked a proposed statue of her late mother, the former prime minister Margaret Thatcher, because the sculptor had neglected to include the Baroness' key accessory: her handbag. This, among other things has driven a deep wedge between Carol and her twin brother Denis Thatcher.
In 2015 Sheree Murphy competed in the BBC's Celebrity Masterchef but lost out to eventual winner Kimberley Wyatt. This was enough to get Sheree the gig presenting BBC daytime show Yes Chef for September 2016, where Michelin-starred chefs work with amateur chefs from around the country. The former soap star has four children with her ex-footballer husband Harry Kewell.
After bowing out of the 2016 series of Celebrity Masterchef, Sid Owen briefly returned to EastEnders as Ricky Butcher.
After two years in the McFly and Busted super group, brilliantly called McBusted, Matt Willis and James Bourne had a word with Charlie Simpson and got the band back together taking Busted back on tour with the original line-up, and releasing the song Coming Home.
Music superwoman Myleene Klass came second in the series. She's since become a TV presenter and does a lot of charity work.
After coming third in I'm A Celebrity..., Jason made a return to music AND soaps before taking part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2011 and coming third once again.
After winning I'm A Celeb in 2007, actor Christopher Biggins won Celebrity Come Dine With Me in 2009, took part in Celebrity MasterChef in 2014 and Celebrity Big Brother in 2016.
Runner-up Janice Dickinson loved the jungle so much that she took part in the US version of I'm A Celeb two years later before heading into the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2015.
'J' came in third on the show, and took part in TV show The Big Reunion with the rest of the band, 5ive, along with bands Atomic Kitten, B*Witched and Liberty X.
Cheeky chap Joe Swash swapped EastEnders for the jungle and won the show in 2008. Since then, he's been all over TV and landed a job as host of the spin-off I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp since 2009. He's now in a long-term relationship with 2010 Jungle Queen, Stacey Solomon.
Since placing second on the show, the tennis legend returned to TV in 2019, to star in the All New Fully Monty on ITV. The former professional tennis player featured in the all-star line-up of women stripping off for cancer.
Before Stanley Johnson came along in 2017, George Takei was the oldest contestant ever to enter the jungle. Best known for his famous role of Sulu in the original Star Trek, George hit it off with Joe Swash immediately, with the pair regularly sharing a few smooches on I'm A Celeb.
The nation fell in love with Gino in 2009. Since winning the show, Gino now has his own cookery shows, is a regular panellist and team captain on Celebrity Juice and is a chef on This Morning.
After her success in the jungle in 2008, Kim Woodburn, once again had viewers hooked to the TV during her appearance on the 2017 series of Celebrity Big Brother. (Thanks to her endless outbursts!)
The snooker player has lived life pretty low-key since placing third on I'm A Celebrity 2008.
After showing off her bubbly personality on The X Factor, Stacey Solomon entered the jungle and won the show in 2010. Since then, she's worked in Christmas panto and is a regular panellist on Loose Women.
The I'm a Celeb runner-up told the Sunday People in 2019 that he had been forced to take time out from continuing his music career as he was recovering from a recent hip replacement operation.
In 2017, Jenny revealed how I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! saved her career and skyrocketed her back to the limelight.
McFly guitarist Dougie Poynter was crowned King of the Jungle ahead of TOWIE's Mark Wright in 2011. Since winning the crown, he's become a model and has created a new band, INK.
Reality TV star Mark Wright is half of the TV power couple with Michelle Keegan. He's best known for The Only Way Is Essex, his radio show on Heart FM and his appearance on Strictly Come Dancing.
We'll never forget the time that cockroach got stuck up Fatima's nose during a trial. Bless her. The Olympian has since revealed she wants to adopt a child at age 57.
EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks couldn't believe it when Ant and Dec announced her as the winner in 2012. She continued her role as Janine Butcher on the show until 2014 when she left to go to Paris.
She starred on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 and is now in a relationship with professional dancer, Giovanni Pernice. The former Pussycat Doll is currently starring in the West End production of Waitress as Dawn.
The boxing legend has continued to gain titles since his appearance on I'm a Celebrity.
After 22 days in the jungle, Westlife star Kian Egan was crowned the King in 2013. Westlife reunited in 2018 for an album and a tour.
Princess Diana's wedding dress designer has reportedly found love after splitting from his wife Elizabeth almost 30 years ago. In 2019, it was revealed that David Emanuel was in a relationship with his male business partner David Bryne.
In 2019, the actress who plays Chas Dingle in Emmerdale, split from her long-term fiancé Rudi Coleano.
Retired world super bike racer Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty won over the viewing public in 2014. He hasn't been seen a huge amount since then.
After his stint on I'm a Celeb, the X factor singer was a competed in the tenth series of Dancing on Ice, where he won the competition. He's also made a cameo on Hollyoaks.
In 2017, Melanie Sykes appeared on a "celebrity" charity edition of The Chase and in March 2018, Melanie won Star Baker in Channel 4's The Great Stand Up to Cancer Bake Off.
Vicky Pattison showed a different side to her usual Geordie Shore antics, winning over the public and being crowned Queen of the Jungle. She since had a spot on the Loose Women panel, and even loved the jungle so much that she went back in for the Australian version in 2018, coming fourth place.
In 2016, George joined the The Capital Breakfast Show as a regular presenter. He later left the show in 2017 and has since starred in Benidorm and released a debut EP.
After her stint in the jungle, former TOWIE star Ferne joined This Morning as a regular showbiz reporter.Since 2017, McCann has starred in her ITVBe reality series, Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, alongside her daughter Sunday.
Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt was crowned Queen of the Jungle after winning the show in 2016. She's since had plenty of presenting roles and had a regular spot on the I'm A Celeb spin-off show alongside Joe Swash.
Since rising to mainstream fame after his stint in the jungle, the comedian-turned-presenter is set to host a string of reality shows, including new 2019 reality dating show Singletown.
He left his role as Adam Barton in Emmerdale in early 2018 and in February 2019, Adam went on to play Rob in an episode of BBC drama Moving On.
Made In Chelsea star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo was crowned 2017's Queen of the Jungle after beating Jamie Lomas. She's since presented backstage at the National Television Awards and is a reporter for This Morning.
After his second place success, it was announced that Jamie would return to Hollyoaks as Warren later in the year.
After his journey on I'm A Celeb, Lee joined breakfast TV show Good Morning Britain in 2018, to fill in for Richard Arnold who was taking a 3-week break.
Football manager Harry Redknapp is current King of the Jungle, beating actors Emily Atack and John Barrowman to the top spot. He won over viewers with his heart melting praise of wife of nearly 60 years, Sandra. Aaawwwhhhh. Speaking on Pier's Morgan's Life Stories in June 2019, Harry revealed it was his son Jamie who convinced him to take part in the show.
Actress Emily Atack was best known for playing Charlotte in The Inbetweeners. The star then skyrocketed back to the limelight when she placed second in I'm a Celebrity jungle in 2018. Most recently, Emily has been looking for answers to life's big questions in her latest TV series Emily Atack: Adulting.The star also has things in the pipeline. She is set to co-host a new reality dating show alongside Joel Dommett. ITV's Singletown will see five real-life couples pause their relationships to spend one summer experiencing single life in London's glamourous social scene. The comedian and the former Inbetweeners star are jungle pals as Joel became runner up in I'm A Celebrity 2016 and Emily was runner up in I'm A Celebrity 2018.We expect Singletown to arrive in Autumn and we can't wait!
John Barrowman came third during his stint in the I'm A Celeb jungle. The star has reportedly been signed up as a host of Extra Camp for 2019's upcoming series of I'm A Celeb, alongside former campmate Emily Atack.
While Jac was in the jungle, glamour model Chloe Ayling claimed to have had a threesome with her husband, Dan Osborne, and she was subsequently allowed to talk with him on the phone. Jac got a lot of stick for crying on the show, but finished in first place.
Fans LOVED that this Corrie actor was in the jungle with the likes of Caitlyn Jenner, and his wife said she'd not seen him smile that way in years. Andy will reprise the role of Kirk Sutherland.
An early favourite to win, Radio 1 breakfast show presenter finished third place after being solidly likeable the whole way through and giving some stellar bushtucker trial performances.
They continued to tell The Sun, “Danny is very marketable because he’s been on the nation’s tellies for years as Aaron from Emmerdale and after appearing in I’m a Celeb he’ll be recognisable to another layer of fans who won’t have seen him in the soap.
“The key when someone gets out of I’m a Celeb is to act fast and bag the best deals and quickly before the person fades from the public’s collective mind.”
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Scott Thomas was recently revealed as the mastermind behind the I’m A Celeb prank which saw the message, “Danny Miller to win” flown above Gwrych Castle where the show was being filmed.
It was inspired by a similar stunt carried out by PrettyLittleThing boss Umar Kamani for Scott's brother, Ryan Thomas, when he was in the Celebrity Big Brother house.
A source added, “Scott loves a stunt and is always game for a laugh. He wanted to lift Danny's spirits and let him know how well he's doing and how much everyone loves him. It was all good harmless fun.”