Tilly Ramsay ‘raking in £30k per Instagram post’ after Strictly success

TILLY Ramsay is already a winner following her appearance on Strictly Come Dancing – thanks to lucrative sponsored posts on Instagram.

The 20-year-old is currently competing in the BBC dancing competition with professional Nikita Kuzmin, and it seems her growing profile off the back of that is helping her to charge huge amounts for sponsored social media posts.

She currently boasts 1.2m followers on Instagram, where  tech-firm Influencer Marketing Hub estimate Tilly could charge £30k per post.

Gordon Ramsay's daughter is juggling Strictly with her first year of university, where she's studying psychology, but Marketing Hub say: "She’s already pocketed enough to pay off her tuition fees and have enough left over for some presents.

"Win or lose on the show she’s done really well from being on Strictly.”

And it's not just Instagram. Tilly can also charge around £7,000 for a post on TikTok, where she has more than 9m followers.

Those taking part in Strictly are often some of the most talked about stars in the country so it's no surprise that many take advantage of it when it comes to social media.

A show source said: “For those taking part social media is a big deal in speaking directly to their fans and trying to secure votes.

"Many of the celebs have teams working round the clock on it, particularly on Saturday nights, when everyone gets ready to save their favourite celeb."

Tilly is also currently competing in Celebrity MasterChef Australia, and recently lefther fellow stars stunned by revealing she's "not allowed" in dad Gordon's Michelin-star restaurants.

Gordon, 55, currently holds seven Michelin-stars, which are considered to be the highest honour in the culinary world.

During the show, comedian Dilruk Jayasinha asked co-star Nick Riewoldt: “Me and Tilly have never been here. What type of food do they have?”

“It's fine dining, like, it's a fun experience," the former AFL star responded. 

Tilly then shocked her co-stars when she revealed she's not familiar with Michelin-star restaurants, despite her father having held three stars for his signature restaurant – Restaurant Gordon Ramsay – since 2001.

“I'm not even allowed in my dad's Michelin-star restaurants. I don't know what to do.”

Shocked by her comments, Nick quipped: “You're not allowed?”

“No, I'm not. I've been once,” Tilly revealed. 


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