Strictly fans pay £26 for a photo with a judge but what do other celebrities charge?

It'll be more than £25 for a photo with (L-R) Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood or Darcy Bussell
Image caption It'll be more than £25 for a photo with (L-R) Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood or Darcy Bussell

Fans of Strictly Come Dancing will pay more than £25 for a photo with judges on the upcoming theatre show.

It'll cost £26.80 including fees to get a snap with either Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood, or presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman.

That's in addition to the £70 for an adult to go to the Strictly Spectacular at London's Excel Centre in June.

But how does it compare to the cost of meeting other celebrities?

It's slightly cheaper to meet professional dancers like Natalie Lowe (R), at £21.80
Image caption It's slightly cheaper to meet professional dancers like Natalie Lowe (R), at £21.80

Meet the people who are still paying for autographs in the era of the selfie.

The Incredible Hulk

Lou Ferrigno doing his best Hulk impression
Image caption Lou Ferrigno doing his best Hulk impression

It'll cost £40 for a photo with the green superhero at London Comic Con in May.

Well, not the actual Hulk but actor Lou Ferrigno, who played him in the 1970s TV series.

Sam L Jones, who played Flash Gordon in the 1980 film, and Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols charge the same.

For a bargain £15 you could get an autograph from Hynden Walch, who voices Princess Bubblegum in animated series Adventure Time.

Wrestlers

Jake 'The Snake' Roberts
Image caption Jake 'The Snake' Roberts

WWE legend Jake 'The Snake' Roberts is charging $25 (around £20) for a meet and greet in the US this June.

Jake was famous for bringing snakes into the ring, most often a python called Damien.

Current WWE Superstar Justin Gabriel is doing things a bit more cheaply, with a £9 meet and greet in Nottinghamshire this weekend.

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber taking a selfie with fans

Justin charged fans $2,000 (£1,640) for a meet and greet on his 2016 Purpose tour.

That included one selfie, a premium ticket to the show, a backstage tour and merchandise.

But many fans were left disappointed when he cancelled personal appearances, due to exhaustion.

In May 2016 he said being asked for selfies made him feel like "a zoo animal".

Justin goes on tour again from March, but his VIP packages don't include meet and greet opportunities.

Ne-Yo

Ne-Yo

Ne-Yo is back on tour in the UK this spring, and you'll need to save up if you want a photo.

It costs £168.87 including fees for a VIP ticket with meet and greet.

Rihanna

Rihanna meeting a fan on her Loud tour in 2011
Image caption Rihanna meeting a fan on her Loud tour in 2011

Rihanna's meet and greets have always looked like a lot of fun.

And on last year's Anti world tour they got better, when she let fans take selfies with her for free next to her tour bus.

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