She’s the UK most popular television presenter and now it’s been reported that Holly Willoughby has tripled her money from last year.
Holly’s production company Peaches Productions Ltd has seen a successful income over the last year.
Holly currently presents This Morning Monday – Thursday, Celebrity Juice and Surprise Surprise and was reportedly earning £400,000 for presenting BBC One’s The Voice last year.
Companies House records has said that Willoughby had £32,000 in the bank in 2009 and then in 2012 she had £583,000 and now the balance has reached £1.47million.
Holly really is a a very successful woman and lots of people look up to her for it.
She was a stand in judge for the X Factor a couple of years ago but now we have learnt that Rita Ora was offered a whopping £1 million to become a judge but turned down the offer.
The singer admitted that she was ‘flattered’ when Simon Cowell asked her to join the show but declined.
A source has reported to the Daily Mirror:
‘Rita was formally offered the ‘X Factor’ job and was very flattered, but turned it down.’
‘She wants to focus purely on her music and not get distracted by other things.
‘She also saw how Jessie J’s album struggled after she appeared as a coach on ‘The Voice’, and thinks the two could be connected.
We think that Rita would be good on the show and it’s ashame that she declined the offer.
Jessie J loves covering songs and that’s what got her her fame she has today and now she has taken on Chris Brown!
The singer has covered Brown’s Fine China tune and it’s really good!!
Have a listen above and tell us what you think.
Singer Jessie J has hit out a rival show Britain’s Got Talent saying that it should be Illegal to have children on the show.
Jessie is currently a judge on The Voice and every week both shows go head to head to win the views but BGT aways wins.
Talking about Britain’s Got Talent the Wild singer said:
I cannot agree with kids having to go through three or four auditions when it’s purely for ridicule.
“I don’t understand why it’s legal, I think it’s wrong.
“I watched Britain’s Got Talent auditions and there are these kids getting laughed at by the audience. I’m like, ‘Woah, why?’
“I get very uncomfortable seeing young kids on stage because I know what it’s like.”
“They need to be children. I think the public, thank God, have finally realised that it’s wrong.”
Jessie J is not the only celeb to hit out at the show as a couple of weeks ago Bruce Forsyth said that it is wrong having children on the show.
Jessie J has postponed all of her arena tours that where set to start in February and March to October and November of next year!
Jessie also i a judge on The Voice UK so she needs time to mentor her acts.
In a statement the Do It Like A Dude singer said:
“I am honestly truly sorry but I hope you all can understand that it’s just because I would like to take more time to finish my new album.
“I promise to make this tour my biggest and best ever and cannot wait for you all to hear my new songs,”
The only girl on the panel Jessie J has confirmed that the show will be coming back for a second series.
The talent show is to find the next big pop star but the judges Jessie, will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O’Donoghue have their backs to the performer so they can only judge by their voice.
It’s going to be even bigger and better this time and I can’t wait. Bring it on.”
All the judges from last year will be back this year and Tom could not be more happier as he said:
‘I’m really looking forward to seeing and working with Jessie, Will and Danny on the second series of The Voice. I’ve heard there will be some important changes that will make what is already a good, strong show even better.’
There was rumors that Jessie would not be back after she announced in her book that she would not be attending as it clashed with her tour dates but Jessie called BBC bosses to change the air times.
All the judges are looking forward to going back to work soon.
Head of Entertainment at Wall to Wall, Moira Ross, said:
‘I’m delighted that our four fabulous coaches are back for series two of The Voice. The dynamic between them is fantastic – the banter, the jockeying for position and the friendly rivalry amongst them, but most of all the respect they have for each other and the singers.
‘All the ingredients for a great second series.’