There’s basically no push, Rob, who also goes through Late Night regularly, explains in his latest podcast, but those rules don’t apply to “people whose job it is to find out and present a topic. Get ready” and then join them on a talk show. “The product, then, is the story on the talk show, which is then paid for,” Rob says.
But what does that mean, as a celebrity on a talk show? According to Rob, the amounts aren’t wrong. However, not every well-known Dutchman leaves the talk show table with pockets full. For example, Angela de Jong never asks for anything. “We know Peter R. de Vries got a lot, but we also know how serious Peter is about preparation. So if anyone deserved it, it was him,” Rob says.
According to the journalist, the amounts start at 350 euros and there are also celebrities, including Marc-Marie Huegbriggs, who receive 2,000 euros per show. Something Rob didn’t think was worth. He describes the amount the comedian is paid as “a complete waste of money”. Locke was also shocked by the amount. “If that’s the case, I almost think so… Then you have to get a lot of viewers into the show. Then it should also be clear in the numbers: If that person is around, you have to see how many young, new TV viewers suddenly stick around.”
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