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What is the salary of the 'Dancing with the Stars' judges?

Judges on "Dancing with the Stars"
Judges on "Dancing with the Stars"

"Dancing with the Stars" is an American dance competition show airing since 2005 on ABC in the United States.

The three main judges who have been with "Dancing with the Stars" for all eighteen seasons are Len Goodman, 69, Bruno Tonioli, 58, and Carrie Ann Inaba, 46.

The show is the American version of the British television series "Strictly Come Dancing" where Goodman and Tonioli are on both shows.

While no one knows for sure how much the judges make, it has been reported that they used to make $250,000 per episode up to season two. Then because of the popularity of the show, they each now gets $1.2 million per season. During the year, there are two seasons of "Dancing with the Stars."

Goodman and Tonioli reportedly get paid much less for judging on "Strictly Come Dancing" than for judging on the American version.

When the judges, host, professional dancers and celebrities are not on "Dancing with the Stars," they have other jobs that help them keep dancing all the way to the bank.

Watch the judges on the eighteenth season on "Dancing with the Stars" that returned on March 17.

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