How Much Brands Pay for Celebs to Sit in Their Front Rows

Carolina Herrera and Marc Jacobs have virtually banned celebrities from their front rows. But when it comes to labels such as Miss Sixty and Rock & R
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Carolina Herrera and Marc Jacobs have virtually banned celebrities from their front rows. But when it comes to labels such as Miss Sixty and Rock & R

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Carolina Herrera and Marc Jacobs have virtually banned celebrities from their front rows.

But when it comes to labels such as Miss Sixty and Rock & Republic, it seems like the more A, B and even C-list stars they can get, the merrier.

We tapped industry insiders to break down the cost of putting of celebrity in your front row by class of star.

A-List Rihanna ($100,000 or more) Beyonce ($80,000-$100,000) Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen ($80,000 each) Julianne Moore ($60,000) Maggie Gyllanhal ($60,000) Chloe Sevigny ($60,000 or more) Jennifer Lopez (circa 2005: $80,000; circa 2010: $30,000) Lindsay Lohan (circa 2006: $60,000; circa 2010; UNINVITED) Colin Firth (pre-A Single Man: $5,000; post-A Single Man: $15,000)

B-List Blake Lively ($50,000) Leighton Meester ($40,000) Hillary Duff ($40,000) Other Gossip Girl cast members ($25,000 a piece) Jared Leto ($25,000) Cliven Owen ($10,000) Kristen Bell (unpaid, but airfare, makeup and clothing are taken care of)

C-List Kim Kardashian ($35,000-$50,000) Amanda Bynes ($25,000-$30,000) Eliza Dushku (unpaid, but airfare, makeup and clothing are taken care of)

D-List Paris Hilton (free or UNINVITED) Jersey Shore cast (UNINVITED) America's Next Top Model Winners (free)