TILLY Ramsay is already a winner after appearing on Strictly Come Dancing – thanks to lucrative sponsored Instagram posts.
The 20-year-old is currently competing in the BBC dance competition with pro Nikita Kuzmin, and it looks like her growing profile helps her bill huge sums for sponsored social media posts.
She currently has 1.2 million followers on Instagram, where tech company Influencer Marketing Hub estimates Tilly could charge £ 30,000 per post.
Gordon Ramsay’s daughter is strictly juggling her freshman year of college studying psychology, but Marketing Hub says, “She’s already pocketed enough to pay her tuition and has enough left for a few freebies.”
“Win or lose on the show, she’s been doing really well since being on Strictly.”
And it’s not just Instagram. Tilly can also charge around £ 7,000 for a post on TikTok, where she has over 9 million subscribers.
Those who participate in Strictly are often among the most talked about stars in the country, so it’s no surprise that many take advantage when it comes to social media.
A source from the show said: “For those who participate, social media is very important for talking directly to their fans and trying to get votes.
“Many celebrities have teams working there around the clock, especially on Saturday nights when everyone is about to save their favorite celebrity.”
Tilly also currently participates in Celebrity MasterChef Australia and recently left her fellow stars stunned by revealing that she was “not allowed” at Daddy Gordon’s Michelin-starred restaurants.
Gordon, 55, currently holds seven Michelin stars, which are considered the culinary world’s highest honor.
During the show, comedian Dilruk Jayasinha asked co-star Nick Riewoldt, “Me and Tilly have never been here. What kind of food do they have?
“It’s good food, like, it’s a fun experience,” replied the former AFL star.
Tilly then shocked her co-stars when she revealed that she was unfamiliar with Michelin-starred restaurants, although her father had held three stars for his signature restaurant – the Gordon Ramsay restaurant – since 2001.
“I’m not even allowed to go to my father’s Michelin-starred restaurants. I do not know what to do.
Shocked by his comments, Nick joked: “You are not allowed?”
“No I’m not. I was once,” Tilly revealed.