Love Island's Montana Brown Reveals Insane Amount Of Money She Turns Down For Sponsored Instagram Posts
It's all in the name of remaining 'authentic'.
It's safe to say that nearly every young love-seeker that chose to enter Love Island's villa this summer has had their lives flipped well and truly upside down, and Montana Brown is no exception.
Well now the fashion and fitness fanatic has got seriously real about just how much her life has changed since saying adios to the infamous island of lurve, and it involves turning down a ludicrous amount of money in the name of remaining authentic.
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Speaking to Cosmopolitan ahead of her Pretty Little Thing clothing collection launch, Montana revealed: "I never wanted to be paid to do sponsored posts.. Your followers follow you to look into your personal life, so why would I promote companies and brands that I don’t believe in?"
"That said, of course it is tempting. I’m offered around £5,000 a sponsored post.. I think I get offered more money and more posts because I don’t have any on my page," added the star.
Hold up. Five Grand?! For one picture?! And here we are just hoping to get over five likes.
She went on: "Some people may say I’m really stupid not to take the money because they do offer a lot for Instagram posts, but for me it’s not worth it; it’s not authentic to do #spon every other picture."
The Hertfordshire gal, who has attained an impressive 1.2 million Instagram followers off the back of her stint on the show admitted she was pretty naive about how much her life was going to change.
She revealed: "I think the majority of people had teams set up before going on the show, though. I was really naïve about it and I thought I wouldn’t need one. I honestly thought I’d have 20k followers and get a normal job when I came out."
With her own clothing range under her belt just two months after leaving the villa, it's fair to say she was pretty damn wrong.
We're just happy to see one of islanders staying real. Nice one, Mon.