All of you nosey nellies best be getting keen because there is an online calculator which works out just how much our biggest reality stars make from their Instagram posts.

For your convenience – and curiosity – we have collated all of the jaw-dropping sums reality stars can charge per post, and TBH, this might just be enough to convince us to sign out lives away to Married at First Sight. Hello, house deposit!

So, scroll on to discover just how much our fave MAFS stars, Love Islanders and The Bachelor alumni rake in from social media.

How Much Do Married at First Sight Stars Make on Instagram?

According to the magical took that is Influencer Marketing Hub, MAFS stars can rake in some pretty sweet cash on Instagram.

According to the calculator, fan fave Domenica Calarcos 565k followers can earn her up to a staggering $2,818 per post.

Her bestie Ella Ding isn’t doing too shabby either. At 588k followers, Ella can charge up to $2,818 for a feature on her feed.

However, other publications have previously speculated that the brides could be making up to $5,000 per upload.

Fellow 2022 contestants Olivia Frazer and Tamara Djordjevic can earn $495 – $825 and $335 – $558, respectively.

The boys are shaping up pretty well too, with Brent Vitiello earning up to $2,282 per post and Al Perkins receiving approximately $1,346.

The cash keeps coming years after stars have left the show, with Jessika Power earning up to $1,900 and Martha Kalifatidis a whopping $3,197.

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Martha Kalifatidis can earn over $3k for an Instagram post. Source: Nine.

How Much Do Love Island Alumni Make On Instagram?

Our Aussie Islanders may not be making as much from Instagram as some of their British peers (ie, Molly Mae Hague who rakes in between $12,677 – $21,128 for a single upload) but they still aren’t doing too poorly.

Season three winners Tina Provis and Mitch Hibberd have estimated earnings of respective $682 and $501 per post.

Our beloved Taku Chimwaza can bring in between $270 – $450 for some #sponcon.

Recently split season one couple Amelia Marni and Josh Moss rake in $1,693 and $1,982, respectively

Season two’s Jesse Wynter’s 399k followers allow her to charge between $923 – $1,538.

How Much Do The Bachelor Franchise Stars Make On Instagram?

The Bachelor Australia golden couple Sam and Snezana Wood may already own five glorious properties, but with their lucrative Instagram income, we are sure they will splash out on more in future.

With Sam’s IG earning potential estimated to be up to $1,340 and his wife’s at $1,640, it must make for nice pocket change in addition to the $71 MILLION he received for selling his business earlier this year.

2021 The Bachelor couple Jimmy Nicholson – who can earn up to $543 – and Holly Kingston – bringing in up to $530 – are doing pretty well, too.

Former Bachelorette Brooke Blurton has an estimated potential of between $882.75 – $1,471.

Unsurprisingly, all of them are usurped by reality TV queen Abbie Chatfield. The Hub reckons she can charge up to $1,988 for a sponsored post.

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Unsurprisingly, Abbie is one of The Bachelor franchise’s top Instagram earners. Source: Instagram @abbiechatfield

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