Strictly winners rich list revealed as champion Ellie Leach is ‘predicted to become a millionaire by her 24th birthday’

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Since Strictly Come Dancing‘s inaugural launch in 2004, it has seen a whole host of celebrities propel their careers. 

Stars know if they lift the coveted glitterball trophy, it opens a number of new lucrative opportunities. 

This year’s winner, Ellie Leach has already been predicted to be banking a million pounds by her 24th birthday and hosting top jobs thanks to her ‘savvy’ decision to take part on the show. 

The former Coronation Street actress, 22, took home the Strictly Glitterball on Saturday evening with Vito Coppola, after beating Bobby Brazier and Layton Williams in the final.

As industry experts expect Ellie’s career to sky-rocket, we take a look at those who have won in series past and their impressive net worth

This year’s Strictly winner, Ellie Leach has already been predicted to be banking a million pounds by her 24th birthday. Take a look at the Strictly rich list… 

2022: Hamza Yassin £800,000

Hamza Yassin was relatively unknown when he took part in last year's series. But the wildlife presenter, 33, and his professional dance partner Jowita Przystal , 29, triumphed

Hamza Yassin was relatively unknown when he took part in last year’s series. But the wildlife presenter, 33, and his professional dance partner Jowita Przystal , 29, triumphed 

Hamza Yassin was relatively unknown when he took part in last year’s series. 

The wildlife presenter, 33, and his professional dance partner Jowita Przystal, 29, triumphed the 20th series of Strictly after fighting off stiff competition in the finale and is now said to have an £800,000 net worth. 

Yassin – who has worked on Countryfile and Animal Park – was known to younger viewers under the guise of Ranger Hamza, presenting CBeebies live-action show Let’s Go For A Walk and new series Ranger Hamza’s Eco Quest. 

Yassin has appeared on The One Show and as a guest presenter on Countryfile, and in 2021 he joined the BBC series Animal Park about the lives of keepers and animals at Longleat Safari Park. 

2021: Rose Ayling Ellis £1.5million

Rose Ayling Ellis, 29, was the show's first ever deaf contestant and was a front-runner since the series began

Rose Ayling Ellis, 29, was the show’s first ever deaf contestant and was a front-runner since the series began 

According to reports, Rose is now worth a staggering £1.5million. Since her win, Rose worked with Mattel where she unveiled the first deaf Barbie doll with hearing aids

According to reports, Rose is now worth a staggering £1.5million. Since her win, Rose worked with Mattel where she unveiled the first deaf Barbie doll with hearing aids

Rose Ayling Ellis, 29, was the show’s first ever deaf contestant and was a front-runner since the series began.

At the time she was starring in EastEnders as Frankie Lewis, but left the show last year after she lifted the glitterball with Giovanni Pernice, 33, and has amassed a small fortune.

According to reports, Rose is now worth a staggering £1.5million. 

Rose also worked with Mattel where she unveiled the first deaf Barbie doll with hearing aids.

She was also nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role at this year’s Laurence Olivier Awards for As You Like It. 

She will next star in ITV drama Code Of Silence.  

2019: Kelvin Fletcher £3.87million

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kelvin, 39, has a net worth of £3.87million, thanks to his soap career, £250k Strictly fee and car racing caree

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kelvin, 39, has a net worth of £3.87million, thanks to his soap career, £250k Strictly fee and car racing caree

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kelvin, 39, has a net worth of £3.87million, thanks to his soap career, £250k Strictly fee and car racing career.

Kelvin was crowned series champion with Oti Mabuse in 2019, after the screen star stepped in at the last minute to replace injured Jamie Laing. 

2018 Stacey Dooley £1.5million

When Stacey won Strictly in 2018 with her now partner Kevin Clifton, it catapulted her career

When Stacey won Strictly in 2018 with her now partner Kevin Clifton, it catapulted her career

When Stacey won Strictly in 2018 with her now partner Kevin Clifton, it catapulted her career. 

The presenter reportedly saw her £150,000 contract sky-rocket after signing up as host of BBC reality show Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-up Star. 

She’s also secured a contributing editor role at Grazia magazine and lined-up a signing tour in the offing for the paperback version of her book.

That’s in addition to her appearance in the Strictly Come Dancing UK Tour and The Masked Dancer is said to have netted her a cool £1.5million.

2014 Abbey Clancy £3.6million

Abbey is said to have around a £3.5million net worth after starting out as a model

Abbey is said to have around a £3.5million net worth after starting out as a model

Abbey is said to have around a £3.5million net worth after starting out as a model.

She has had a number of lucrative contracts with fashion retailers. In 2019, Abbey and her daughter Sophia Crouch began their partnership with Lipsy. 

The fashionista also has a successful podcast with husband Peter Crouch and recently became the host of her own ITV show, Abbey Clancy Celebrity Homes.

The model won the 2014 series with professional dancer Aljaz Skorjanec.  

2007 Alesha Dixon £6.3million

Alesha, 45, starred in the 2007 series of Strictly Come Dancing with her dance partner Matthew Cutler

Alesha, 45, starred in the 2007 series of Strictly Come Dancing with her dance partner Matthew Cutler

Alesha, 45, starred in the 2007 series of Strictly Come Dancing with her dance partner Matthew Cutler. 

The Mis-Teeq singer’s win led to a successful musical comeback as she signed a record deal and gained a platinum second album. 

Two years later she replaced Arlene Phillips on the Strictly judging panel – a move which sparked outrage from viewers after Arlene claimed she was axed ‘without warning’. 

Alesha quit to become a judge on Britain’s Got Talent where she reportedly earns around £700,000 per series. 



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