Pink Net Worth


David Mudd

Pink Net Worth: Net Worth, Earnings And Many More!

Her Net Worth is $200 Million

With a net worth of $200 million, Pink is an American singer-songwriter and recording artist. Her albums have sold over 90 million copies worldwide, making her one of the world’s best-selling musicians.

Pink Earnings

Pink has continuously been one of the highest-earning singers on the globe since she entered the music industry. Pink has made millions of dollars via endorsements for brands including T-Mobile, Sony Ericsson, VW, CoverGirl, Polo, and many more..

Pink made $50 million between June 2017 and June 2018 through her different businesses. The amount she made in June 2018 and June 2019 was nearly identical. She made $45 million between June 2019 and June 2020.

Pink Starting Life and Career

Pink Net Worth

She was born on September 8th, 1979 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania as Alecia Beth Moore. P!nk is a stage name she has adopted for herself. Her parents split up when she was ten years old. While in high school, she formed her first band, Middleground, and attended Central Bucks High School West, where she graduated in 2010. In the wake of their defeat in a battle of the bands, they called it quits. In Philadelphia, she began singing in clubs at the age of fourteen and assumed the stage name Pink, a nickname given to her because she constantly turned pink while she was blushing.

The all-girl band Basic Instinct accepted her audition when she was fourteen, and she has been a member ever since. Sharon Flanagan and Chrissy Conway eventually joined her in the R&B group Choice, which broke up two years later without releasing any music. A record deal with L.A. Reid and LaFace Records was struck, but the band split in 1998 before the album could be released.

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Pink Solo Career

Pink received a solo contract with LaFace Records when her band Choice split. When her debut song “There You Go” (February 2000) climbed to No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, it became her first top-ten success. In April of that year, her debut album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” came out. With a Billboard 200 peak of No. 26, it was also a commercial triumph, earning RIAA certification for double platinum.

At the 2000 Billboard Music Awards, she was named Female New Artist of the Year in recognition of her breakout achievement. On the album’s cover song, “Lady Marmalade,” Pink teamed up with Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil’ Kim. An MTV Video Music Award winner for the song’s music video, it was a huge hit. An additional Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals was given to the track.

Missundaztood (November 2001) was Pink’s second album and marked a departure from the cookie-cutter pop persona she had previously epitomised with her debut album. After working with Linda Perry, she had greater creative influence over the content. However, “Missundaztood” was a huge hit despite her record label’s disinterest in the shift.

A World Music Award for Best Selling American Pop/Rock Female Artist was given to her as a result of the success of the record. As of April 2020, it is still her best-selling album, with more than 13 million copies sold worldwide. She was nominated for two Grammy Awards and won one.

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Pink Personal Life

Pink Net Worth

Carey Hart and Pink originally met in 2001. Their relationship began in 2005 when Pink proposed to Carey after one of his motocross races. They were married in 2006 and have two children together.

Pink Property

For many years, Pink and Carey lived in a private enclave in Malibu’s Point Dume neighbourhood. After purchasing the property in 2010 for $11.85 million, they sold it in 2016 for $12.5 million.

The family relocated to their 200+ acre ranch in the Santa Ynez Valley after selling their Malibu home (near Santa Barbara). They paid $12 million for this property in 2013. The 25-acre vines on the property have been utilised to produce a wine named Two Wolves by the couple.

Pink spent $13.7 million on a Malibu seaside home in June 2021. A previous owner paid $5.5 million for Barry Manilow’s mansion in 2012. Pink and Carey listed the house just three months later, for a little less than $15 million, for some strange reason. The October 2021 listing has a video tour: