KATIE PRICE is facing an angry backlash from her fellow Im A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! contestants after it was revealed she will be earning 350,000 -- more than five times as much as them. The glamour model will also be arriving in the camp a week after the others, who are receiving around 65,000 each. Price, 31, will be making her second appear- ance on the reality TV show, which begins its ninth series on Sunday. She flew into Los Angeles this morning, where she plans to top up on Botox jabs and have her hair extensions done. She will head to the jungle Down Under next week. T he re she w i l l j o i n Hollywood star George Hamilton, 72, former glam- our model Sam Fox, 43, ex- EastEnder Lucy Benjamin, 39, TV makeover couple Colin McAllister, 41, and Justin Ryan, 42, snooker star Jimmy White, 47, former footballer Colin Hendry, 43, Strictly C o m e D a n c i n g s Camilla Dallerup, 35, How Clean Is Your House? star Kim Woodburn, 67, and 31-year-old singer Sabrina Washington. ITV bosses reportedly wanted to keep Prices appearance a secret from the other contestants until she arrived in the camp. But it has now been leaked and the celebrities are reportedly furious that Price, aka Jordan, will not only miss the first week of the show, but will also be receiving so much more money. A friend of one of the contestants said: This is taking the mick. We were pushing for more cash but were told things were tight this year. Now we know why. If ITV are looking for trouble in the jungle, they will certainly be getting it once Katie Price turns up. Price first appeared on the show in 2004 where she met singer Peter Andre, 36, who she married in September that year. They had two children -- son Junior, four, and two- year-old daughter Princess Tiamii -- but divorced this year. Price will be in LA three days before flying to Australia. London Lite Wednesday, 11 November 2009 price is right for jordans return to im a celebrity... Inbrief mariah to light up Westfield MARIAH CAREY will turn on the Christmas lights at Westfield shopping centre next week, with the help of underprivileged kids from charity Help A London Child. The 40-year-old pop diva, who is about to release her twelfth album, will throw the switch at 6pm on 19 November. She will also sign fans records and launch her perfume. overthelimit pilotischarged A PILOT has been charged by police after being arrested at the controls of his jet at Heathrow, allegedly over the alcohol limit. Erwin Vermont Washington, 51, was held just before the United Airlines Boeing 767 was due to take off for Chicago with 124 passengers on board. Police were called by colleagues, concerned that he had been drunk at lunch on Monday. lottery couple to renew vows BRITAINS richest Lottery couple will renew their vows in Barbados -- after their first wedding there was cancelled in a family crisis. Les Scadding, 58, and Samantha Peachey-Scadding, 38, who won 45m in Fridays Euromillions draw, were due to wed on the island in 2007, but had to cancel and marry in Wales when her father fell ill and needed a heart transplant. blair at top of cabbie blacklist TONY BLAIR has beaten Gordon Brown to be named the person cabbies would least like to drive. The ex-prime minister defeated his successor in a poll of more than 500 black cab drivers. Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone was in third place, with Gordon Ramsay in fourth and current Mayor Boris Johnson fifth. The Queen and Cheryl Cole were the most popular choices. Katie gets 350k for a week less as a jungle star commercial television since the Rugby World Cup final in 2007. Jim Marshall, a senior consultant with Starcom, which buys TV advertising for companies, said: Theres no doubt that this is the television event of the year for viewers and advertisers. It has become the British version of the American Super Bowl. ITV can only sell a maximum of 24 30-second spots an hour during X Factor. But its final weekend could garner 15m in advertising from brands such as Nintendo, Argos and music and film companies targeting the shows mainly young audience. Sundays results show attracted an X Factor record of 16.6m viewers. Although the value of ITVs sponsorship deal with TalkTalk has never been made public, industry sources believe it could earn another 500,000 for the final. And revenue from the expected two million phone votes, to be split between judge Simon Cowell, his producers Fremantle, ITV and the phone companies, is expected to contribute another 1m. Meanwhile, broadcasting regulator Ofcom has received 750 calls about Sundays X Factor live show. A spokesman said 230 were to complain about judge Louis Walsh sticking up his fingers at the audience as they booed the act he is mentoring, John and Edward. The rest of the complaints were over the voting procedure which saw Jedward saved and Welsh singer Lucie Jones booted off the show. But the spokesman said they were not currently investigating the complaints. Flight of fancy: Katie Price stops off in Los Angeles yesterday by georgina littlejohn E Continued from Page 1 london eye: Pages 10&11 H Celebs: George Hamilton and Lucy Benjamin head for the jungle TV event of the year is Brit version of the US Super Bowl index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html