(Last Updated On: December 27, 2017)
Selena Gomez Net Worth – $70 Million
Selena Gomez is an American actress and singer who first got famous through her appearance in the children’s television series Barney & Friends. She has an estimated net worth of $70 million. She rose to get the leading role in the Disney Channel series known as Wizards of Waverly Place. She runs her own production company called July Moon Productions and is signed with Hollywood Records.
How Much Money Does Selena Gomez Earn From The Entertainment Industry?
Selena was an estimated amount of around $30,000 per episode for her role int he show Wizards of Waverly. Through her production company, she serves as an executive director in the Netflix hit 13 Reasons Why. She has also starred in Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie which premiered to an audience of 11.4 million viewers. She has so far starred in over 25 films and has over 20 TV roles and appearances.
Selena has sold over 7 million albums and 22 million singles worldwide plus was able to become thr most followed celebrity on Instagram. She has so far done 5 tours all together. Her biggest was called Revival Tour which grossed around $35.5 million while her Stars Dance Tour grossed $20 million.
Selena has signed multiple endorsement deals with different companies over the years. She has had advertising deals with Sears, Borden Milk, State Farm Insurance, Louis Vuitton, Adrenalina and others. She also has a $3 million a year deal with Pantene and another $10 million with Coach.
In 2010 she launched a fashion line “Dreaming Out Loud By Selena Gomez” which consisted of bohemian dresses, floral tops, jeans, skirts, jackets,hats etc.
She held the title of most liked photo on Instagram for a long time and it was a sponsored shot for Coca- Cola. She rakes in approximately $550,000 for sharing photos on her social media accounts.
In September 2017, Selena was named Puma’s celebrity designer. Their collaboration led to the release of the lightweight Phenom sneakers. According to the website, they are engineered for optimal traction, stability, quick response and maneuverability.