Sean Spicer’s ‘Dancing’ payday will be much more lucrative than his White House gig
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How much could former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer benefit from his controversial casting on “Dancing with the Stars”?
According to Variety sources, contestants on the show are paid $125,000 for rehearsals and the first two weeks on air.
If they make it beyond that, they can make up to $295,000 total, according to the sources.
In case you’re wondering, Spicer’s annual salary was $180,000 during the six months and one day he worked for Donald Trump.
In the past, contestants reportedly could make even more — upwards of $345,000 — but payments have since been lowered, according to sources.