How much was Molly-Mae Hague paid to appear on the Diary of a CEO podcast?


Dragons’ Den star Steven Bartlett has revealed how much Molly-Mae Hague was paid to appear on his podcast, Diary of a CEO.

In December 2021, the Hitchin-born star appeared on Steven’s podcast, also known as the youngest dragon to enter the BBC show’s lair.

At the time, Molly caused major controversy following her “around the clock” comments she made on the podcast.

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The 22-year-old was initially criticized for making ‘tone-deaf’ remarks after comments about wealth inequality.

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At the time, Molly said: “When I’ve talked about it in the past I’ve been criticized a bit, people saying ‘it’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up in poverty, so for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct. But, technically, what I’m saying is correct. We do.”

Most recently, Molly hosted an event for London Fashion Week as Creative Director for fast fashion brand, PrettyLittleThing.

Fans of the former Love Island star have spotted a hilarious reference to “around the clock” comments from none other than Steven himself.

The businessman was photographed at the event wearing a top that read “24 HOURS” in bold black print.

Steven Bartlett at the Molly Mae x PLT collection debut in February 2022

On Tuesday (March 1), the 29-year-old revealed some interesting facts about his podcast to his 1.7 million Instagram followers, even revealing the guest prize.

Many might find it surprising that Molly wasn’t paid a dime to appear on the entrepreneur podcast.

“I have never paid and would never pay a guest to come. Absolutely never. It used to be difficult to get high caliber guests, but when the podcast became more popular, that changed.

Now the majority of our guests contact us through their PR teams and ask to come and the remaining 20% ​​are people I DM because they interest me.

Molly has broken her silence amid the controversy which has brought the year to a “bad start”.

She said: ‘When I say or post anything online, it’s never maliciously or with bad intent. I fully understand that things can affect different people in different ways, but I just want to emphasize that I would never intend to hurt or upset anyone with anything I say or do.


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