Britney Spears has been released from her conservatorship, giving her control over her money for the first time in 13 years. She has a fortune since she is a talented icon and a hard worker.
So, how much money does Britney have? We’re going to get into it, but just so you know, her assets would be higher if she hadn’t had to pay so many legal bills throughout her conservatorship battle. Britney had to pay her former lawyer Sam Ingham’s $520,000 annual compensation, according to the New Yorker, while her personal living expenditures in 2019 were $438,360.
Early Years & Ascendency to Success
Britney Spears began her acting career as a child, performing in theatre and television performances. Spears tried out for a reincarnation of The Mickey Mouse Club but was turned down because she was too young.
Spears then signed with a talent agency in New York City and was cast in The Mickey Mouse Club in December 1992. “Baby One More Time,” her first studio album, was a tremendous hit, reaching at number one on the Billboard 200 in the United States in 1999.
After a month, the Recording Industry Association of America certified the record twice as platinum. On its first day, the single “Baby One More Time” sold 500,000 copies, making it the fastest-selling single by a female artist, and debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.
Spears’ subsequent albums included singles such as “Oops!… I Did It Again,” “I’m a Slave 4 U,” “Me Against the Music,” “Piece of Me,” and others.
Spears has also dabbled in acting, starring in the film Crossroads in 2002. In 2005, she and her then-husband Kevin Federline co-starred in the reality show Britney & Kevin: Chaotic. Spears has appeared on several TV shows and developed a Candies limited-edition apparel line.
Spears joined The X Factor’s panel of judges in 2012. She was the highest-paid judge on a singing competition series in TV history at the time, with a salary of $15 million.
Britney Spears has nine studio albums under her belt: …Baby One More Time was released in 1999, and Oops!… was released in 2000. I Did It Again, Britney in 2001, In the Zone in 2003, Blackout in 2007, Circus in 2008, Femme Fatale in 2011, Britney Jean in 2013, and Glory in 2016 are some of her most well-known albums.
Britney Spears’s Net Worth
Britney Spears is worth $70 million according to her net worth. With the 1999 smash “Baby One More Time” and the 2000 follow-up single “Ooops! I Did It Again,” Britney Spears became a big presence in mainstream pop music and pop culture.
During the late 1990s, she is widely regarded for revitalizing the teen pop genre. Britney Spears has sold more than 100 million albums around the world. Spears is the ninth best-selling female artist in America, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Britney’s Conservatorship Finances
Britney Spears made a lot of money in the early 2000s (including $40 million from touring and album sales in 2002), but she was down to just “a few million dollars” when her conservatorship was established, according to a source close to her team.
While that number increased during Britney’s conservatorship, she appears to have had limited access to her personal funds.
This is particularly baffling considering she was working nonstop at the time, producing four albums, doing a Vegas residency that reputedly paid $300,000 per night (plus an additional $35 million when the contract was extended), and embarking on a $131 million-grossing tour.
She also got paid $15 million for judging a season of The X Factor. According to Forbes, she made $34 million in 2017.
All of this was under the jurisdiction of her conservators, including Jamie. Britney received a $2,000-per-week allowance, according to the New York Times, despite her multimillion-dollar earnings.
Life in Personal
From 1998 until 2002, Britney Spears dated Justin Timberlake. On the red carpet of the 2001 American Music Awards, who can forget the pop superstar pair and their matching denim ensembles?
Britney and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit had a brief relationship in 2002. After meeting him at a movie premiere in 2003, Spears was romantically linked to Colin Farrell.
They decided to get married on the spur of the moment in January 2004, following a night of partying in Las Vegas with her childhood buddy Jason Alexander. Their marriage was then canceled only 55 hours later.
Britney Spears married her backup dancer Kevin Federline on October 6, 2004, shocking the world once again. Sean (born 2005) and Jayden (born 2006), their two kids, were born to them, however, they divorced in 2007.
When they split, she only paid Federline $1 million, but she has promised to pay him $20,000 every month in child support until their children turn 18 years old.
Adnan Ghalib, a paparazzo, became her boyfriend in 2007. In 2008, they separated.
In 2009, Britney and her now-former manager, Jason Trawick, were able to establish a healthy partnership. In December 2011, they got engaged, but the relationship ended in January 2013.
Spears began seeing David Lucado after Britney and Trawick called off their engagement. Spears ended their relationship after she found him cheating on her in a TMZ video.
Between 2014 and 2015, Spears had an eight-month relationship with film producer Charlie Ebersol.
During the shooting of her “Slumber Party” music video, Britney met model and considerably younger man Sam Asghari in 2016. Since then, they’ve been inseparable. In the year 1994, Sam was born in the Iranian city of Tehran. Despite the fact that he is 13 years Britney’s junior, he appears to be the ideal match for her.