Ex-Big Brother stars on OnlyFans are making millions with saucy content

Big Brother is returning to screens after five years.

ITV has officially confirmed that it will be bringing the iconic reality series back after securing a deal to produce a new series of the show.

The new series will air in 2023, five years after being axed by Channel 5 in 2018.

Over the years the show has seen some memorable contestants, and many of them have gone on to establish successful TV careers for themselves.

Others have explored alternative career paths, including selling explicit content online.

Since appearing on the reality show, a number of Big Brother housemates have gone on to rake in huge amounts of money by starting OnlyFans accounts.

Here's the Big Brother stars who have accounts on the adult subscription site, and how much they earn from their saucy content.

Hughie Maughan

Hughie Maughan competed in Big Brother 17 and was the runner up in the 2016 series.

Since his Big Brother fame, the Dublin native has continued his reality TV career with appearances on First Dates, Dancing with the Stars and MTV series, The Challenge.

But Maughan has also been busy raking in some money with an OnlyFans account.

His bio on the site reads: "Hey guys I'm a fun, extrovert, horny Irish Guy who loves to explore and a massive exhibitionist ready to have a lot of fun and take you along for the ride".

The reality star revealed to RSVP Live last year that he'd started the account and was doing well on the platform.

He said: "I’m getting really good reviews on it, I’m getting loads of subscribers, and people are messaging me,

"It’s early days, and it’s fun and I’ll see how I get on. Maybe one day I’ll stop, maybe I’ll keep doing it, maybe I’ll become a professional at it, who knows?

"I’m young, I’m single and I just want to have fun and have good experiences. And I want to make money!"

Hughie also explained that his content wasn't overly explicit, he said: "I just post content where I feel really body confident, I’m all about body confidence and body positivity,

"Some of the content is sexy, but it’s not really any different than girls posting bikini pictures or guys posting in their underwear and stuff."

He's on the higher-end of OnlyFans creators price-wise, currently charging $14.99 (£12.26) a month for access to his OnlyFans content.

Ellis Hillon

Ellis Hillon became a controversial housemate on Big Brother 19 in 2018.

The disgraced contestant was removed from the Big Brother house after just one day after a series of offensive Tweets that she'd made emerged.

A Big Brother spokesperson told the Daily Star at the time: "As a result of our investigation into offensive and unacceptable posts on social media, Ellis Hillon has been removed from the Big Brother house."

Four years on, the former McDonald's worker has now forged a new career for herself on OnlyFans.

The young mum describes herself as a "Petite Blonde Pocket Rocket" on her account and charges subscribers $12 (£9.82) a month to access her exclusive content.

And it seems that she'd doing alright on the platform as she'd already racked up 3,000 likes on her 79 posts.

Bex Shiner

Bex Shiner starred in Big Brother in 2008 and after appearing on the reality show, the former nurse changed her career.

Originally, Bex appeared on Babestation, but during the coronavirus pandemic she moved to making money on OnlyFans and has been massively successful on the platform.

This year, Bex decided to use her hard-earned OnlyFans money to purchase her own burger van, which she aptly named Bap Station.

The 34-year-old mum explained that she's hoping to make her daughter proud.

She told the Daily Star: “My OnlyFans kicked off pretty big over lockdown and I was able to get a big chunk of money together and I just bought it on a whim.

“The burger van is just something else for me to be able to concentrate on. I have a little girl now and I wanted to do something for her."

So far Bex's Bap Station has been a success, she's claimed to "sell out every Friday", and she's also raking it in on OnlyFans.

She explained: “I have worked really hard for the last seven years to build it up to that point of making £12,000 a month. It has been a lot of hard work, networking, promotion and dedication to the page.”

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace first rose to fame when she appeared on the seventh series of Big Brother in 2006.

Aisleyne has since become a millionaire by selling her content on OnlyFans after getting a Brazilian butt lift.

Explaining why she started the raunchy account, Aisleyne told the Daily Star: "I mean, I thought to myself how am I going to make loads of money I'll get my t*** and teeth done, and I was right.

"I'd always been a bit of a show-off, I always liked getting in front of the camera and going to shoots and sticking my bum out and my boobs.

"I just don't think there's anything wrong with it. I think it's the ultimate feminist. I enjoy doing it and being sexy and sensual and I enjoy taking pictures. So, I thought why not make money from my assets."

Aisleyne also revealed that she'd passed the £1m milestone already, she said: "Yeah I made a million, especially when I got my bum done, but I've done that already now."

Talking about the strange requests she gets from users, she said: "Yeah some people want to smell my feet and that's all they want to do, and kiss my feet but it's never gonna happen. Unless they invent smelly-vision.

"It's all feet stuff honestly, it's all about the feet and my bum."

Lauren Harries

British TV personality Lauren Harries appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013.

Recently, she also appeared on Channel 4's Naked Attraction.

But outside of her TV career, the 44-year-old has also been busy on OnlyFans.

Harries takes on lots of requests on the adult content site, including roleplaying as Marilyn Monroe and putting on a "sexy voice".

Explaining why she created the account, Lauren told the Daily Star that she has "bills to pay."

She said: "I didn't just wake up and decide to be a sex kitten for the whole world. You do it so you manage to live your life and it helps do that.

"It's like any other business it takes time but it's doing well at the moment.

"I have no trouble getting a man and I have no trouble with them wanting to see me."

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