While video messaging app Cameo provides normal people with the chance to connect with their favorite stars and icons, it certainly comes at a hefty price — with the most expensive celebrity charging way over $2,000 for a brief personalized video.
Cameo — where celebs make personalized clips for people upon request — has over 30,000 celebs ranging from A- to D-list stars who charge anywhere from $5 to over a grand per video. Leading the charge in the mostly costly video booking on the platform is Caitlyn Jenner.
The Olympian turned KUWTK star turned political candidate reportedly charges $2,477.71 per message. The second most pricey celeb is rapper Boosie Badazz, the most expensive musician on the app, who charges $1,572.45 for a video, according to a report.
Right behind the "Wipe Me Down" crooner is Shark Tank's Kevin O’Leary, reportedly charging $1,257.96 per clip. In addition, a video from boxing pro Floyd Mayweather — who is the most expensive athlete on the platform — costs $1,158.96, according to MrQ.
Fifth place for the most expensive celeb on the app is tied, with several actors, comedians, gamers and more charging $1,048.30 per video.
Phil Hendire, Nikki Giavasis and Chris Tucker are the most expensive actors on the platform, all tying for fifth place. Meanwhile, Tucker is also one of the most expensive comedians along with Jackwithpants, Eric Schwartz and Adam Waheed. In addition, John Doe and VuxVux, the most expensive gamers, also charge $1,048.30.
Last year, Brian Baumgartner, who plays the beloved Kevin Malone in The Office, was titled the highest earner on the site. OK! had a chance to sit down with Baumgartner in February to discuss his enormous following and overwhelming success on the platform.
"I was very skeptical about it, I'll be honest," Baumgartner exclusively told OK! of his initial thoughts when joining the app. "When I started, I just wasn't sure." According to Cameo's co-founder and CEO, Steven Galanis, the actor was set to make more than $1 million last year from video bookings.
While Baumgartner would not confirm nor deny his earnings, he told OK! that "the platform has been great," noting that he firmly believes "in the platform and what they're doing and how they're connecting fans with people from the shows they were fans of."