24.01.2023 - 18:13 / thesun.co.uk
BRUNO Tonioli isn’t just a dancing expert - but a financial whizz as well, as he’s raked in over £3.3m through his TV firm. The 67-year-old recently won the battle to takeover from David Walliams on Britain’s Got Talent and in doing so has tripled his Strictly salary to £850,000. But the latest accounts from his company Fulvia Ltd reveal that he’s already got plenty of cash in the bank.
The firm currently has £3,311,575 in net assets to the financial year ending 28 February 2022 - with a nice £2.2 million “cash in the bank” and a £479k “investment", which is likely in property. This makes Bruno the richest judge to appear on the Strictly panel in recent years, beating the likes of Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel Horwood. The BBC dance show’s judges are believed to bag around £250,000 per series.
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