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Milo Manheim’s ‘DWTS’ Deal: It Pays to Be Too Old for ‘Juniors’

17-year-old Milo Manheim was a little too old to compete on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors,” so he’s going up against the adults — and man, was that a good decision for him financially.

As The Blast first reported, Honey Boo Boo gets $50,000 up front for her appearance on “Juniors,” and can make up to $130,000 if she wins.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the “Zombies” star received $125,000 just for appearing on the show. He then can earn $10,000 per week for weeks two and three, $15,000 for week four, $20,000 per week for weeks five and six, $30,000 per week for weeks seven and eight and a whopping $50,000 for week nine.

That means Manheim — the son of actress Camryn Manheim — can take home another $185,000 if he manages to win it all.

Milo has been at or near the top of the scoring every week so far, so he’s got to feel good about all the cash.