Channel 4 have strict rules about what the Goggleboxers do outside of the show, which means they are prevented from cashing in on their fame.
But since joining the show in series 3, Scarlett, who has her own management team, has released a book and fitness DVD, has her own radio show and has been paid a reported £70,000 to take part in the new series of ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’.
After her stint in the jungle, it’s been confirmed Scarlett will be returning to ‘Gogglebox’.
In comparison, George Gilbey, who appeared on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ in 2014, was told he wouldn’t be welcome back on the show.
After missing two series, the producers had a change of heart and asked George and his family to return.
A show insider told The Sun Online: “The cast aren’t happy that Scarlett’s getting preferential treatment.
“Since day one of the show, all the families have been allowed to do minimal media appearances and interviews to remain as relatable as possible – which is why you rarely read about the other families.
Some of the cast are also reportedly unhappy about the money they receive to give their opinions on the week’s telly.
The source continues: “There’s whispers among the cast about their wages at the moment too.
A Channel 4 spokesperson said: “All cast are thrilled for Scarlett and wish her all the best in the Jungle.
“It is untrue that there is disharmony within the cast about fees.”
Steph revealed: “We think it’s important that everyone gets their chance to be on ‘Gogglebox’ and give their opinion, and having been on it from the beginning we felt like we’d pretty much said all we needed to say, and we knew what we were going say.
“We’ve decided to take a break from it.”
“You can have too much of a good thing, so you can’t overdo it, we just felt it was time. We’ve got other projects and not a lot of time.”