Everyone is talking about Demi Lovato lately. She not only looks amazing, she’s been sharing a slew of body positive photos on Instagram that are everything.
Couple that with the fact that she might be dating Mike Johnson from the Bachelorette, and people just can’t get enough of her lately. Also, she’s Demi-freaking-Lovato, so there’s that, too.
Given that Demi has a hand in pretty much everything (acting! singing! the works!), it’s only natural to wonder what she’s worth. Well, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Demi Lovato’s net worth is about $33 million. Here’s how she made all that money.
She got her start in TV when she was little.
Demi was on the TV show Barney & Friends back in 2002, when she was just 10 years ago. That led to starring roles in Disney hits like Camp Rock (alongside Joe Jonas) and Sonny With a Chance.
She released her debut album when she was 16.
Demi became a BFD in the world of Disney after Camp Rock (have you heard her belt out This Is Me?!), and that led to her debut album, Don’t Forget, which peaked at No.1 on the Billboard chart. She followed that up with her second album Here We Go Again, which debuted at No.1.
She makes a lot on tour.
Demi has had several successful tours to promote her albums, but her Tell Me You Love Me tour made $20 million, according to Elite Daily. So…there’s that.
She’s been a reality TV judge.
Demi judged X Factor for several seasons, and she was paid pretty well for her time. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Demi made about $1 million for her first season on X Factor, and she asked for double that the second time around.
She had a clothing line.
Demi partnered up with Kate Hudson’s Fabletics a few years ago to design lines of activewear. “I like to work out a lot. I like to stay active,” she told the Los Angeles Times in 2017. “I wanted to design comfortable clothes that make people feel confident.”
There’s plenty more to come.
Demi is just 27, and she’s already accomplished so much. But she recently teased on Instagram that she’s back in the studio, “working on an anthem.” Can’t. Wait.