Ariana Grande Net Worth

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Ariana Grande Net Worth

$200 Million

What is Ariana Grande’s net worth?

Ariana Grande is a singer, songwriter, and actor from the United States. Ariana Grande has an estimated net worth of $200 million. She is currently one of the world’s highest-paid and most-popular celebrities. Ariana Grande has almost 210 million Instagram followers as of this writing. She has almost 25 million TikTok followers, 80 million Twitter followers, and 48 million YouTube subscribers.

Ariana makes easily between $20 and $30 million every year. Ariana made an incredible $70 million from her numerous ventures between June 2019 and June 2020.

Date of Birth: Jun 26, 1993 (28 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft (1.53 m)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Songwriter, Philanthropist
Nationality: United States of America


Early Life

Grande was born on June 26, 1993, in Boca Raton, Florida. When she was in primary school, she began studying voice and acting. She worked with the Little Palm Theatre for Young People and subsequently the Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theater in Florida.

She was cast in the blockbuster Broadway musical 13 in 2008. She then dropped out of high school and began homeschooling in order to participate in the play. In 2009, she was hired as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon comedy Victorious. The final episode of the show aired on February 2, 2013. She also voiced Princess Diaspro for the Winx Club and featured in episodes of iCarly.


On August 30, 2013, Grande released her first full-length album, Yours Truly, which was previously named Daydreamin’. The album, which included Big Sean and Mac Miller, momentarily topped the Billboard top 200 list in the United States. It reportedly sold 100,000 to 120,000 copies in its first week and became the number one album on iTunes in over 30 countries almost overnight.

One year later, in August 2014, she released her second studio album, My Everything. She has sold over two million records worldwide between her first two albums. Dangerous Woman, Grande’s third solo album, was released in May 2016.

Grande has also travelled widely throughout the world. Her Dangerous Woman tour made $71 million, according to Billboard. (While these are gross revenues, not profits, they were nevertheless enough to place the tour among the top grossing in the world in 2017.

Within six months of each other, she had two #1 albums in 2019: Sweetener and Thank U, Next. In April of this year, Grande became the youngest and just the fourth female artist to headline the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Notable Salaries

Grande has made an average of $20–30 million each year from her many ventures. She made $50 million between June 2018 and June 2019. She earned $1 million every visit on her 34-city Sweetener World Tour (before taxes).

Grande was reportedly paid $8 million for two days of her performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California in 2019.


Grande introduced a limited-edition handbag with Coach in 2016, as well as a range of lip tints with MAC Cosmetics that contributed all earnings to the MAC AIDS Fund, a fashion line with Lipsy London, and cat ear headphones with Brookstone and artist Wenqing Yan.

In 2017, she became a Reebok brand ambassador, and in 2019, she collaborated with Starbucks to launch the Cloud Macchiato beverage. Grande was also named the face of Givenchy’s Fall-Winter campaign in the summer of 2019.

Grande has also starred in ads for Macy’s, T-Mobile, and Apple, as well as her own perfumes. Between 2015 and 2019, Grande collaborated with Luxe Brands on seven perfumes. Since their release in September 2015, Ariana Grande’s three perfumes, Moonlight, Sweet Like Candy, and Ari by Ariana Grande, have grossed more than $150 million worldwide.

Grande has five studio albums under her belt as of 2020. This includes her second album, My Everything (2014), which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 in its first week and sold 169,000 copies.

Personal Life

Joan Grande, the CEO of Hose-McCann Communications, and Edward Butera, the owner of a graphic design business, are divorced. Frankie Grande, her elder half-brother, is an artist and producer.

From 2008 through 2011, Grande dated actor Graham Phillips. Grande and late rapper Mac Miller collaborated on the song “The Way” in 2012, and the two dated from 2016 to May 2018. Grande began dating actor and comedian Pete Davidson shortly after her breakup with Miller. In June 2018, the two announced their engagement, however in October 2018, they called it off and dissolved their romance.

Ariana confirmed her engagement to luxury real estate dealer Dalton Gomez in December 2020.

Although Grande was raised Roman Catholic, she has since abandoned Catholicism, noting her opposition to the church’s stance on homosexuality. Since the age of 12, she has followed the teachings of Kabbalah.

In terms of Grande’s health, she has stated that she is hypoglycemic. Additionally, following the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017, she discussed having post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anxiety. In 2018, she announced on social media that she almost pulled out of her performance in the television special A Very Wicked Halloween due to anxiety.

Grande endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders’s second presidential bid in November 2019. She has also been vegan since 2013, and at press time, owns five dogs—several of which she has rescued.

Ariana Grande Net Worth
Ariana Grande Net Worth


Grande co-founded the South Florida youth singing group Kids Who Care in 2003, when she was ten years old, and they performed at charity events. (In 2007, the group raised nearly $500,000 for charity.) As part of the nonprofit group Broadway in South Africa, she performed and taught song and dance to youngsters in Gugulethu in 2009.

Seventeen’s public campaign “Delete Digital Drama,” which intended to prevent online abuse, featured her with actors Bridgit Mendler and Kat Graham in 2013. After seeing the film Blackfish the same year, she began speaking out against SeaWorld and asked people to boycott the theme park business.

Grande and Miley Cyrus performed at the Happy Hippie Foundation’s “Backyard Sessions” in 2015 to raise money for homeless and LGBT children. Grande also performed at the Dance On the Pier event, which was part of New York City’s LGBT Pride Week.

Grande collaborated with Madonna in 2016 to collect money for orphaned children in Malawi, and she also recorded “Better Days” with Victoria Monét in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

She planned and published a live recording of the One Love Manchester performance to benefit the victims of the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing. (According to reports, the total money raised was $23 million.)

Grande also performed at A Concert for Charlottesville in August 2017 to benefit the victims of the Charlottesville, Virginia, white nationalist rally, marched in March for Our Lives in 2018 to support gun control legislation, and donated the proceeds from her Sweetener World Tour’s first show to Planned Parenthood.

Real Estate

Grande lives in a 6,000-square-foot Beverly Hills property with five bedrooms as her principal abode. The gated home offers a spectacular outdoor dining area with a pool and hot tub, as well as magnificent views of the Hollywood Hills. She really does not own this home and has been renting it for an undetermined amount of time.

Ariana spent $13.7 million for a property in the Hollywood Hills in June 2020. In October 2021, she sold this house for $14 million. A video tour of that residence may be seen here:

Ariana also purchased a house in Montecito, California from Ellen DeGeneres for $6.75 million in June 2020.

Grande apparently spends time on the East Coast in a 4,000-square-foot apartment within the Zaha Hadid Building, which is reputedly worth $16 million. It’s unknown if she leases or owns the huge four-bedroom Manhattan home, which was originally meant for her to share with ex fiancé Pete Davidson, according to insiders.

Ariana spent well about $9 million for a new house in Los Angeles in March 2021.

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