He’s one of the most memorial stars to ever appear on Bachelor In Paradise.
And on Saturday, Jamie Doran became the latest star to join Cameo – a website that allows fans to pay for personalised messages from their favourite celebrities.
Sharing the news to his Instagram stories, Jamie wrote: ‘The wait is finally over! I’m finally on Cameo app!’
Cashing in! Bachelor in Paradise star Jamie Doran (pictured) charges fans a whopping $249 for personalised messages on Cameo
The 40-year-old who rose to fame as the stage-five clinger on Angie Kent’s season of the Channel 10 dating show is charging fans a whopping $249.99 for a video.
Reality television fans can also slide in his DMs for a fee of $25.
When questioned about his hefty fee, Jamie said: ‘Well, not going to lie. I have been live on Cameo for less than 24 hours & have taken two $250 requests.’
Book me! Sharing the news to his Instagram stories, Jamie wrote: ‘The wait is finally over! I’m finally on Cameo app!’
He’s not the only one to have signed up to Cameo this week.
On Thursday, The Bachelor’s Juliette Herrera revealed she has joined the video platform and was charging fans $19.99 per video.
Revealing the sweet reason behind joining the app, Juliette wrote: ‘All payments will be donated to Motor Neurone Disease NSW who helped my father in his greatest hour or need. Love you xo.’
Strike while the iron’s hot: Bachelor star Juliette Herrera (pictured) joined Cameo and will donate all profits to Motor Neurone Disease NSW
Prices range according to a celebrity’s popularity, with former Married At First Sight star John Robertson charging $10, while radio host Kyle Sandilands charges $1000 per message.
Meanwhile, recent Married At First Sight alum Michael Goonan, 29, is charging fans $25 for a personalised message.
Other Aussie stars featured on Cameo include singer Shannon Noll, who charges $87, The Biggest Loser’s Steve ‘Commando’ Willis, with a fee of $15, and actor Hugh Sheridan, with a price tag of $50 per message.
Big bucks: There isn’t much some celebrities won’t do to make a quick buck, with many of Australia’s stars turning to popular website Cameo. Pictured, Kyle Sandilands
Making bank: For a fee, fans can receive a personalised message from one of their favourite stars, including Married At First Sight’s Michael Goonan