Australian reality stars have been quietly making bank on OnlyFans for years now, with many joining the subscription service platform after wrapping up their TV gig. However, two contestants that are starring on this year’s Heartbreak Island have already established their OF platforms.

According to So Dramatic!, Holly Barnes and Kacey Watson who are set to star as ‘heartbreakers’ on the Australian reality show, are successful and active on the content-sharing website.

Holly currently charges subscribers $10 a month to sign up to her page, and Kacey charges a huge $39.99, which is significantly high for the platform.

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Kacey has posted a serious warning about copywriting her content in her OF bio.

“Legal Note: All content published on this OnlyFans account is exclusive copy- righted material belonging to the creator of this account You may not distribute or publish any content from my OnlyFans account including but not limited to videos, photographs and any other such content that is posted here. Violation of this will result in legal action,” her profile reads.

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Heartbreak Island premiered this week on Channel Seven. Ahead of the premiere the host Clinton Randell, who has previously hosted Masked Singer NZ and Dancing With The Stars NZ said; “I couldn’t wait to start shooting Heartbreak Island Australia, this time with our first-ever global cast. I cheered, laughed, teared up, stirred the pot, threw in a few twists, and made life-long friends. I can’t wait for viewers to see it,” he said.

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While Heartbreak Island is likely new to many Aussies, the first season of the O.G. Heartbreak Island New Zealand featured a very recognizable face. Harry Jowsey – who was one of the standout stars on Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle Season one appeared on the show and took out the win.

Check out the full list of this year’s contestants below:

Amber Yee, 25 (Australian, bar manager)

Alexandra Carter, 22 (Australia, bar manager)

Kacey Watson, 23 (Australia, social media manager and personal trainer)

Tiarne Butler, 28 (Australia, hair salon coordinator)

Jake Spinner, 26 (Austraila, tradesman)

Bailey Neate, 22 (Australia, plumbing apprentice)

Maiata Boxer, 20, (New Zealand, professional dancer)

Ashleigh Williams, 25 (New Zealand, model and actress)

Milly Forbes, 24 (New Zealand, criminology student and preschool teacher)

Manaaki Hoepo, 21 (New Zealand sociology and performing arts student)

Mez Tekeste, 29, (New Zealand, singer-songwriter)

Kieran Hickey, 24 (UK, postman)

Max Batchelor, 21 (UK, professional soccer player)

Holly Barnes, 20, (US, media manager and stylist)

Shamar Sinegal, 21 (US, chiropractic student and security guard)

Chris Burgoon, 25 (US real estate agent)

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