Love Island's Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman 'are charging fans £91 for video messages'
Updated: Jun 16, 2020
Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman are selling personalised videos to fans to donate for a cause because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Love Island stars have taken to website Cameo, which allows fans to get custom video messages from celebrities, and are charging £91 for the service.
Encouraging their fans to get in touch, the pair wrote on their profile: 'Hey Guys it's Luke T and Siânnise Fudge, love island 2020 runners up!
Siannise and Luke are donating funds from the videos to GLAAD, an LGBT media advocacy organisation.
One review said: 'This was the BEST gift I could have gotten to congratulate my friend on her new job! She screamed as soon as they said her name and literally cried because Siânnise and Luke were so warm and genuine.
'It didn't seem scripted at all even though I of course told them what to say (and they included everything I asked for!). Just the best, best experience and worth every single penny.'
Stars set their own prices for their Cameo video messages with charges varying greatly.
Siannise and Luke appear to have made their profile temporarily unavailable after they recently moved into their new flat.
The beauty consultant and the footballer who have 874,000 and 1.1 million followers respectively - are said to have amassed an impressive £39,000 from the platform after captivating fans with their dance and exercise videos.
It comes after the stars of the winter series of the ITV2 reality show were estimated to have missed out on £500,000 in lost earnings due to the coronavirus lockdown coming into force shortly after their season ended.
According to online marketplace Onbuy, Luke is the highest earner, making an estimated £878.89 per post, amassing total earnings of £22,851.14 since lockdown began.
Siannise sits in third place with £702.30 per post and has a current estimated total earnings of around £16,379 - meaning the couple, who finished the series in second place, have earned nearly £40,000.
This comes amid claims the stars of Love Island's inaugural winter series have lost £500,000 in 'missed opportunities', a PR expert had predicted.
Yet amid the coronavirus pandemic, stars have missed key moneymaking moments which have previously bagged stars up to millions of pounds.