The highest paid TV presenters in the UK

Dermot O'Leary - The presenter's annual earnings come to about £3 million.

Dermot O'Leary - His four-year contract with 'The X Factor' is for £8 million.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield - Perhaps the most esteemed presenters on morning television, Willoughby and Schofield earn around £1 million each per year.

Holly Willoughby - The nation's beloved Holly Willoughby is worth a whopping £10 million.

Phillip Schofield - Willoughby's TV hubby's worth is around the £8 million mark.

Graham Norton - The Irish host is worth around £22 million and earns roughly £2.2 million a year.

Graham Norton - The presenter used to have his own television production company called So Television, which he sold to ITV in 2012 for a cool £17 million.

Anthony McPartlin - The other half of the duo is also said to be worth around £62 million.

Gary Lineker - 'Match of the Day' host and former footballer Gary Lineker earns roughly £1.7 million a year.

Nick Grimshaw - The BBC Radio 1 host is said to earn somewhere in between £350,000 and £400,000 per annum.

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly - The 'Strictly Come Dancing' presenting duo reportedly earn £575,000 from the show each year.

Adrian Chiles - Sports presenter Adrian Chiles reportedly earns between £150,000 and £200,000 each year.

Zoe Ball - BBC Radio 2 host Zoe Ball earns around £250,000 to £300,000 a year.

John Humphrys - BBC Radio 4 presenter John Humphrys reportedly earns an average of £625,000 per annum.

Matt Baker - 'Countryfile' and 'One Show' presenter Matt Baker is said to have a yearly salary between £450,000 and £500,000.

Alex Jones - 'One Show' host Alex Jones reportedly earns between £400,000 and £450,000. Significantly less than her co-host Matt Barker!

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