Sister Wives Spoilers – Janelle, Christine, And Meri Brown Could Earn Millions After Split, Expert Says
Sister Wives spoilers reveal that Janelle, Christine, and Meri Brown could all make up to $2 million each year following their respective splits from Kody Brown. Continue scrolling and we’ll give you the low down.
Sister Wives – Time To Get Paid?
Sister Wives spoilers reveal that a PR expert recently told The Sun that all of the Sister Wives who bugged out on Kody Brown could all end up making considerably more than what they’re accustomed to.
The three ex-wives could each rake in $2 million each and every year, which is an increase of “more than 15 percent” of what they were making prior to the split from Kody. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kody Brown, 53, is worth $800K by himself. The same website lists Meri, Christine, and Janelle at $400K a piece.
Sister Wives – A Plus To Be Single?
David Johnson, CEO of Strategic Vision PR Group said that the trio’s extra income could come from brand partnerships, sponsorships, product sales, and more. These endeavors could reportedly net them “anywhere between $800,000 to $2 million,” Johnson explained.
The PR expert went on to say that it is often a “plus to be single” when brands partner with celebrities, especially when the audience is health and fitness related.
Sister Wives – Added Value
Johnson also noted the amount the wives earn each season on Sister Wives, now in its 17th season, depends on how long each of their respective contracts have been active. It’s worth noting that appearing in the Brown family drama on TLC is not the wives’ only source of cash. They’ve reportedly been earning income in other ways as well.
Meri, 51, has been making a side-income selling LuLaRoe products for years. Janelle, 53, has her own lifestyle brand, Strive With Janelle, and both she and Christine have been involved with Plexus Marketing for weight loss.
Sister Wives – Bad Relationships, Ratings Gold
“People can relate to [the Sister Wives] and especially people who are going through tough times,” said Johnson. “People who are going through separations and bad relationships relate to them.”
However, Kody’s three absent wives won’t be the only ones raking in the dough. David added that, though Kody may look like the bad guy in the situation, “it’s ratings gold.”
“In reality TV you have the victim and the bad guy. For Kody, he couldn’t ask for anything more. People are talking about him,” explained the PR expert. “Everyone’s waiting to see how he’s going to respond as far as the future of the show and as far as his career- It’s all a major win for him. More people are going to be tuning in to see what he says and what happens next.”
The second part of the one-on-one special airs Sunday, January 1 at 9 PM CST on TLC. Return here often for more Sister Wives spoilers, news, and updates.