Winning “Dancing With the Stars” results in the coveted Mirror Ball trophy and an extended 15 minutes of fame for each year’s winner of the ABC competition series and not much else. You heard it right — this year’s Season 24 winner of “DWTS” will not walk away with extra prize money, despite securing first-place in the 2017 competition.

Since the beginning of “Dancing With the Stars” in 2005, the network has a laid out payment plan for each of its contestants. And despite several years on air, it doesn’t appear that plan has changed much, if at all.

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It all starts out with an agreement. Those stars, athletes, singers and the like to agree to star on the program are atomically given a signing bonus of sorts. Agreeing to star on the season premiere automatically gives each contestant $125K in their pocket. After week one, that’s when things start getting interesting.

Gawker uncovered details about ABC’s sliding pay scale for “Dancing With the Stars” contestants in 2010. The plan showed that each week a star remained on the show, they would get additional money. (For example, don’t get eliminated before weeks 7 and 8 and you’ll earn an additional $30K.) ABC has not confirmed if this pay scale is the same for its Season 24 stars.

Of course, those who stick around until the end get paid the most. Those who appear in the final two episodes get an additional $50K. Make it to the final three, and you’re just secured yourself $345K total for your entire show appearance. Unfortunately for the winners, however, there is reportedly no additional prize money for securing first-place.

As for the professional dancers, there have also been numerous reports they’re paid well for their time spent on the show. Shortly after the birth of their son in January, dancers Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd returned to the show. Why so soon? A source told People Magazine the paycheck was too big for the new parents to pass up.

“Having a kid is not cheap and doing the show gives them a lot more financial freedom,” an insider said at the time.

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After reports followed stating that there was some backstage drama during Season 24 related to salary demands, an inside source confirmed to Gossip Cop that contracts for the dancers are renegotiated each season.

“Obviously there’s going to be pay increases based on longevity and other factors,” reported the site. “The pros haven’t ‘revolted’ because they are grateful for the show’s exposure, and ABC, as well as the producers, treat them appropriately.”

Tuesday night will see the 2017 finale of “Dancing With the Stars.” Left in the running for the first-place Season 24 prize include NFL star Rashad Jennings with Emma Slater, Fifth Harmony singer Normani Kordei with Val Chmerkovskiy and MLB star David Ross with Linsay Arnold.

The series concludes starting at 8:30 p.m. EDT on ABC. Stay tuned to International Business Times for a live recap and post show coverage.