Diva on the set! So­phie Monk’s Bach­e­lorette de­mands RE­VEALED!

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Celebrity News -

Pro­duc­ers on the up­com­ing sea­son of Ten show The Bach­e­lorette have been thrown into a spin by the se­ries’ lat­est lead­ing lady So­phie Monk. Ac­cord­ing to mul­ti­ple sources, the al­ready es­tab­lished ac­tress and re­al­ity star has not only com­manded the big­gest pay cheque in the fran­chise’s his­tory, but her list of “spe­cialpe­cial re­quire­ments” is also stretch­ing the bud­getud­get to break­ing point ahead of the start of shootin­goot­ing later this month.

Busi­ness-class flights, elab­o­rate meal­sals and an on-call per­sonal as­sis­tant are just a few of the things So­phie, 37, has al­legedly in­sisted isted form part of her con­tract.

“Pro­duc­ers are freak­ing out,” an in­sid­erder spills to Woman’s Day. “She has de­manded nded her own per­sonal run­ner – the same one ne she had when she filmed The Celebrity Ap­pren­tice in 2015 – to be on hand solely ely to de­liver her spe­cial meals.

“Back then, she would or­der fresh gree­neen juices to be hand-de­liv­ered twice a day, y, as well as her favourite healthy salad. He would get them for her like a waiter andd per­son­ally serve her in her dress­ing room.” om.”

So­phie has also baulked at trav­el­ling g in econ­omy class like all pre­vi­ous Bach­e­lor­sors and Bachelorettes. “She’s the first one to get busi­ness class on the trips,” says our source.urce “And she’s ob­vi­ously the high­est paid Bach­e­lor or Bach­e­lorette ever.”

With So­phie also mak­ing sure “reg­u­lar smok­ing breaks” are in­clud­e­duded in her shoot­ing sched­ule, there is an ad­di­tional con­cern the star won’t be able to main­tain the gru­elling hours re­quired ed to make the re­al­ityl­ity se­ries a suc­cess. ess.

“She freakeded when she wass told the rose cer­e­mony film­ing­ming takes 14 to 166 hours,” our in­sider adds. “Ev­ery­one is re­ally wor­ried.” d.”

So­phie’s prob­a­bly on the phone mak­ing more de­mands!

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