Avril Lavigne’s fame skyrocketed in the early 2000s with her different take on music. More than 20 years later, the rocker is still relevant in the industry today and has been actively making music, leading fans to wonder how much she’s worth today.
According to The Things, Avril Lavigne was already a millionaire when she was 15 years old. At the time, her father did his best to hone her skills to be good in music.
She later struck a deal with Arista Records and at a young age, she was offered a whopping $1.25 million and an extra $900,000 which was given to her in advance.
A few years later, the musician made debuted with her first album “Let Go,” which has a unique sound, leading her to win the hearts of millions of fans around the world. The record became successful as it sold a shocking 16 million copies globally, making her earn an estimated $25 million from the record alone.
By 2004, the musician dropped her sophomore album “Under My Skin” which earned $14.8 million. That same year, she went on her first world tour ever to promote the project, making her earn an additional $5 million.
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Since she’s been earning millions of dollars at a young age, the “All I Wanted” songstress made it to Forbes Magazine’s “Top 20 Earners Under 25” in 2007 after releasing “The Best Damn Thing.” Her net worth at the time was estimated to be $12 million.
The following year, the pop-punk princess encountered a problem with her earnings as “Goodbye Lullaby” wasn’t a hit with the public. It earned mixed reviews from fans and only sold 3.5 copies around the world. At the time, the record only grossed $2.3 million.
More than a decade later, the album bounced back and was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Today, Avril Lavigne is successful as ever as her estimated net worth as of 2023 is $60 million, making her one of the wealthiest musicians in the industry. (via Celebrity Net Worth)
Despite earning a big fortune over the past decades, it appears that the singer is currently having problems with her dating life as she and her fiancé, Mod Sun, have reportedly called off their engagement.
According to Sources who spoke to People Magazine, the couple has been on and off for two months now, but “are no longer together as a couple” less than a year after getting engaged.
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