JACQUELINE Jossa transformed down a return to EastEnders in favour of making millions as one of the most sought after ladies on TELEVISION.
The 27-year-old, who played Lauren Branning on the BBC soap from 2010– 2018, was come close to by employers four months ago but with a range of hugely lucrative offers on the table, she turned it down.
A pal told The Sun Online: “Jacqueline had a few conversations with managers concerning a big return 4 months before she entered the forest.
“After weighing up her alternatives she just felt the money had not been sufficient compared to what she could gain elsewhere.
“She likes EastEnders and extensively enjoyed her time on the program but Jacqueline is a very talented girl and not simply when it pertains to acting. There are great deals of strings to her bow as well as there’s great deals of things she intends to attempt, which she can not do when she gets on EastEnders.”
EastEnders cast participants need to be totally dedicated to do the task and also it is very hard to work with other projects as well. On top of the day job they contractually aren’t enabled to upload paid promotions on their social media, so miss out on massive amounts of extra income.
is established to make ₤ 1 milllion in the next year– thanks to a huge style bargain, Instagram posts and also different other jobs.” She’s anticipated to wish to adhere to in the steps of Emily Atack who has truly moneyed in over the last year with financially rewarding providing duties and TV opportunities.”There will unquestionably be a large fashion deal up for grabs if she desires that as well– Jacqueline stands for genuine women and she’s extremely preferred among them.”There’s no doubt she will certainly go back to acting eventually and also that is her best passion, yet for currently she’s planning to make as much money
as she can– as well as she will.”Last night visitors viewed at the starlet defeated the much-loved Andrew Whyment to be crowned forest queen after confirming a genuine hit on the show.
We revealed earlier today that she’s readied to make a million in a year and she’s currently sparked a bidding process war between rival TV companies desperate to break her up.
Telly execs know she’ll be a ratings victor for upcoming programs due to the fact that of the voting power she attracted to win I’m a Celeb. Jacqueline was hugely popular on