You can now slide into HER DMs! The Bachelor’s Juliette Herrera joins celebrity messaging site Cameo for a great cause – and is charging fans just $12 for a personalised video
She’s the Bachelor star who is arguably one of the most memorable contestants from the 2020 season.
And fans of Juliette Herrera can rejoice – as they can now get a personalised video from the starlet herself, and all for a very good cause.
For just $12, fans can get a message from Juliette to wish their friends a happy birthday, to say thank you – or even to get her to repeat her unforgettable ‘sliding into my DMs’ speech for your viewing pleasure.
Guess who! Bachelor star Juliette Herrera (pictured) has now joined Cameo, so fans are able to get a personalised video messages sent to their phone
Fans can even slide into her DMs themselves via the app, for the low cost of just $2.99.
Revealing the sweet reason behind joining the app, Juliette wrote: ‘All payments will be donated to Motor Neurone Disease NSW who helped my father in his greatest hour or need. Love you xo.’
She’s not the only one to have signed up to Cameo in the past.
Bachelor In Paradise‘s Jules Bourne was, as of last year, the cheapest Australian on Cameo.
Sweet! Revealing the heartwarming reason behind joining the app, Juliette wrote: ‘! All payments will be donated to Motor Neurone Disease NSW who helped my father in his greatest hour or need. Love you xo’
What! Fans can even slide into her DMs themselves via the app, for the low cost of just $2.99
How low will they go? Australian reality stars are making extra cash by selling personal video messages and shout-outs to fans on website Cameo. Pictured: Bachelorette’s Jules Bourne
Jules, who found fame on Ali Oetjen’s season of The Bachelorette before appearing in Paradise, was selling video messages for just $4.20 each.
‘I wanted to make it as hilariously affordable as possible,’ Jules said on his profile.
‘This is a place for you to get a shout-out for your grandma, for your mum on Mother’s Day or for a friend. Stick around for the ride.’
The Bachelorette stars Nathan Favro and Jackson Garlick also opted for more affordable fees, selling their video messages for as little as $10 each.
‘Hilariously affordable’: Bachelor In Paradise’s Jules Bourne (pictured) was, as of last year, the cheapest Australian on the website, selling video messages for just $4.20
Budget: The Bachelorette stars Nathan Favro (left) and Jackson Garlick (right) opted for more affordable fees, selling their videos for as little as $10 each
Cyrell Paule doesn’t just promise to give you a shout-out for $25, but she will sing too.
On her Cameo profile, the pregnant star belted out a remixed version of Shania Twain’s From This Moment On with Happy Birthday To You.
‘Guys if you’re really invested in my singing, like I am, make sure you hit me up on Cameo. Whether it’s your birthday, wedding day or you just need some general love advice, I’m now available,’ Cyrell said, while advertising her profile.
Other MAFS stars on the platform include Dean Wells at $25, Melissa Walsh at $15 and Mike Gunner at $20.
Cyrell’s boyfriend and Love Island Australia star Eden Dally is on the site at $30.
What a deal! Married At First Sight’s Cyrell Paule (pictured) doesn’t just promise to give you a shout-out for $25, but will sing a song in the video too
Worth the money? Other MAFS stars on the platform include Dean Wells at $25 (left) and Melissa Walsh (right) at $15
Other reality stars on the website include The Bachelor’s Vakoo Kauapirura at $15, Monique Morley at $25 and Florence Alexandria at $50.
Bill Goldsmith is charging $50 a video, and Tim Robards has set his price at $45.
Some of the celebrities, such as Tim Robards and Jackson Garlick, have listed their fees to go to a charity of their choice.
Pricey! Bill Goldsmith (left) is charging $50, and Tim Robards (right) has set his price at $45
She may even call you a dog c***! Bachelor’s Monique Morley (pictured) is charging $25