- Ariana Grande earned at least $72 million from 2019 to 2020, according to Forbes.
- She has earned income from music, brand ambassadors, and her perfume and makeup lines.
- Grande started out as an actress and will appear in a major film due out in 2024.
Grande’s path to stardom began with her love of the theatre, which led her to a small stint on Broadway before entering the world of Hollywood and the music industry.
Now, the ‘Positions’ singer regularly makes headlines as a musician and businesswoman.
Grande, 29, always seems to be working on a new project, a work ethic that’s perhaps unsurprisingly translated into a high net worth: She earned at least $72 million from 2019 to 2020, according to Forbes estimates.
Here is a breakdown of the celebrity’s net worth.
Grande began her musical career very early performing in local community theaters and on cruise ships.
At the age of 15, she auditioned for Jason Robert Brown’s Broadway musical, ’13’. She was cast in the role of Charlotte and won a National Youth Theater Association Award for her portrayal of her character.
It is unclear how much he earned from his role in ’13’.
Following her stint on Broadway, Grande was cast in the Nickelodeon hit show, ‘Victorious’ as Cat Valentine, a redheaded friend of the show’s main character. The show premiered in 2010 and, according to a 2010 Nickelodeon press release, earned 3.5 million total viewers.
According to a deal he got from TMZ, he earned $9,000 per episode in the first season alone. She also reportedly earned additional money for writing songs for the show.
During the run of ‘Victorious’, she also appeared in ‘Winx Club’, ‘Snowflake, the White Gorilla’ and in a music video with Greyson Chance.
After ‘Victorious’, she appeared in Nickelodeon’s ‘Sam & Cat’ which was canceled after 35 episodes. Though her earnings from “Sam & Cat” haven’t been publicly announced, she tweeted in 2014 that she and costar Jennette McCurdy were paid equally.
Grande later made guest appearances in shows and movies including ‘Family Guy’, ‘Scream Queens’, ‘Zoolander 2’ and ‘Saturday Night Live’. He also played Penny Pingleton in “Hairspray Live!” of NBC.
During her time in ‘Victorious’ Grande started writing music and her first album, ‘Yours Truly’ was released in 2013.
According to a 2013 press release from Republic Records, the album’s lead single, “The Way” featuring Mac Miller, hit #1 on iTunes less than eight hours after its release. The album sold 138,000 copies in its week of release, according to Business Wire.
The singer also received the American Music Award for Best New Artist in 2013. While it’s unclear how much revenue “Yours Truly” brought in, according to a deal she got from TMZ she received a minimum of $50,000 for her first album.
Since then, he has released five more studio albums.
In 2014 he released “My Everything” and the single “Problem” topped the charts all over the world. According to a Nielsen SoundScan report cited by Variety, 169,000 copies were sold in the first week
Grande’s eight-month The Honeymoon Tour, for which she toured America, Europe and Asia, reportedly earned $40 million per Billboard.
In 2016, Grande released “Dangerous Woman”, which peaked at number two on the Billboard charts, and later went on her Dangerous Woman Tour.
The Dangerous Woman Tour concluded in September 2017 and featured 75 headlining performances worldwide. The tour sold more than 875,000 tickets and grossed $71 million, Billboard reported.
In 2018, Grande released ‘Sweetener’, her third No. 1 album. 1 on Billboard 200. According to Forbes, her Sweetener World Tour grossed $146 million in 2019.
Grande released her latest album ‘Positions’ in 2020. According to Nielsen Music, ‘Positions’ garnered nearly 174 million streams in the first few weeks of its release, totaling 174,000 sales.
According to a 2020 study of Spotify earnings referenced by Broadway World, his album ‘Positions’ earned $2 million from Spotify streams alone.
In 2016, Grande became the face of Lipsy’s new campaign and launched a 20-piece collection in collaboration with the British brand.
Later, in 2017, the singer expanded her portfolio and signed a one-year partnership with shoe brand Reebok.
Grande has also launched her own line of perfumes, which, according to Refinery29, has grossed over $150 million in retail sales worldwide. In 2019, Grande even won the Fragrance of the Year award for her Cloud Eau De Parfum.
Grande joined a long list of celebrities earning income in the beauty industry and launched her own makeup line, rem beauty. The collection launched online-only in November 2021 and quickly sold out of several shades of lip glosses and eyeshadows.
Through the brand’s partnership with Ulta, rem Beauty has experienced high consumer demand.
According to Forbes, the beauty retailer’s first-quarter 2022 sales rose 21% to $2.3 billion over 2021 earnings, citing strong interest in prestige brands like rem beauty.
Grande joined Season 21 of NBC’s ‘The Voice’ as a coach, mentoring a total of 16 vocalists.
According to a 2021 episode of “Naughty But Nice With Rob Shuter,” Grande was estimated to have made $20 million to $25 million for just one season. By comparison, longtime head coach Blake Shelton makes about $13 million a season, per The Wrap.
In addition to his music, Grande has recently embarked on a few film projects. Grande appeared in Netflix’s satirical film ‘Don’t Look Up’ which was released on the platform in December 2021.
While it’s unclear how much he earned from the film, Variety reported that stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence were paid $30 million and $25 million, respectively.
Grande was cast in a significantly smaller role, so it’s likely she wasn’t paid as much as the leads.
In November 2021, Grande announced via Instagram that she will star in the film adaptation of Broadway’s ‘Wicked’.
In April, director Jon M. Chu announced Chirping the adaptation of “Wicked” will be divided into two parts, the first of which will premiere in December 2024.
It is unclear how much he will earn from the role.
Editor’s note: This story first ran on November 1, 2018. Grande’s latest reported earnings are $72 million from 2019 to 2020, according to Forbes.
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