I’ve always wondered how much Bachelor-stars-turned-influencers get paid to endorse random shit on social media. I mean, it must be a fair amount, considering they’re willing to humiliate themselves on telly to ultimately be scouted by teeth-whitening and skinny tea companies to endorse their products.

Welp, wonder no more, ‘cos now that Jamie Doran’s 18-month social media ban is donezo, he’s footloose and fancy free, spilling all the tea about whatever he bloody well wants.

Popular Bachie Insta page @bachiefunny poked fun at the fact that Elly Miles’ Bachelorette winner, Frazer Neate, has already sold his soul to Hello Fresh with a lame endorsement deal.

In a subsequent post, @bachiefunny asked any other influencers to chime in with how much they make off food delivery service endorsements.

Peep the page’s theories about the payments below:

This prompted Jamie to reveal the deets, writing: “I’ve heard Hello Fresh is $2500 for 2 – 3 stories. My deal with Chefgood is I get free food for one story per week. P.S. you don’t have to keep me anonymous.” lol of course they don’t.

ICYMI: Jamie Doran recently revealed during a 5-episode stint on the So Dramatic! podcast that he was allegedly forced to keep it zipped about all Bachie matters, but now that his 18-month social media ban has lifted, he can talk as much shit as he bloody well wants.

“This is the first time I can go rogue,” he told host Megan Pustetto in the first ep.

He dished on all kinds of things from feuds with co-stars and other reality TV personalities, to behind-the-scenes goss to dealing with fame post-Bachie.

Head here to check out the five spicy eps.

Ooh also, @bachiefunny, along with @MAFSfunny, are fanging a card game called Shots and Scandals with “challenges, confessions and wild cards that could make or break your fictional future careers as Instagram influencers.” It’s an absolute riot.