Love Island News: Previous Winner Claims That She Was Paid Less Than Fellow Contestant For The Same Jobs

Love Island fans will remember the summer of 2017, as Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies were crowned winners of the summer edition of Love Island. The couple were an immediate success story of the show, and their relationship survived numerous ups and downs before claiming the cash prize in the final. Their win always looked guaranteed, but Amber has no claimed that she wasn’t paid as much as Kem following their win.

Amber spoke up about the claims in a new documentary, which is called ‘Still Working 9 To 5’. The documentary will talk about how women are paid for the jobs that they do and will also star Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin. However, fans of the reality show will be stunned that there was a difference in the amounts that they were paid.

Love Island News: Amber’s Reveal Shocks Fans

After Amber and Kem had won the summer edition of the 2017 show, they were set up with a number of jobs. They presented numerous shows and also attended regular events together. However, Amber’s claim that she was paid less than Kem is a shock that will no doubt stun many people.

The couple won the show in the summer of 2017, but their relationship quickly fizzled out and they split up in December of the same year. Amber revealed that she stood up against the pay-gap and revealed that she told bosses that Kem will do it by himself unless they are paid the same amount of money.

Love Island News: Amber Becomes Huge Star

Since leaving the show, Amber has amassed an empire of her own. It was revealed last year that she has made profits of £1.6 million and was also charging a small fortune for appearances. It was revealed by OK! Magazine that an appearance for Amber would cost companies in the region of £5,000.

Appearing on Love Island was always set to further her career, and since the reality show she has appeared in the West End version of Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 musical. She has revealed that she has been trying to change the publics’ perception of her, and it’s hard to argue that she hasn’t done that with her starring role in the musical.