GRAHAM Norton earned more than £2.5million last year for jobs including hosting his BBC chat show.
Along with his BBC Radio 2 Saturday programme and fronting BBC’s Eurovision coverage, Norton received the sum in ‘presenter fees, production fees and royalties’, from production company So Television.
The fees and salary were calculated for the year ending in July 2015, according to The Guardian.
Norton co-founded So Television in 2000 with Graham Stuart; it was acquired by ITV in 2012 in a £17million deal.
His earning’s last year were an improvement on the £2.22million that he received in 2014.
He is understood to be worth around £27million.