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Ariana Grande Net Worth

  • Ariana Grande Has a Net Worth of $35 Million.
  • Grande made $9,000 per episode for her role in the show Victorious.
  • In 2017, she almost fell off stage during a live performance.

Ariana Grande was born in Boca Raton, Florida. Her name is inspired from “Felix the Cat: The Movie”. Grande is of Italian descent. She was raised by parents, from a very successful background. Her mother Joan Grande, is the chief executive officer of Hose-McCann Communications. Her father Edward Butera is the owner of a graphic design firm. Grande’s parents separated when she was still young.


Ariana Grande’s Net Worth

Ariana Grande’s career began in 2008 when she played a role in the Broadway musical “13”. The Broadway production gave 105 performances over almost 3 months. The show was directed by Jeremy Sams and starred Graham Phillips as Evan Goldman and Allie Trimm as Patrice. However, it is most well-known for Ariana Grande. Grande would later go on to star in the television series Victorious. Grande made $9,000 per episode for her role in the show Victorious.


The american singer has released three studio albums, one remix album, two extended plays (EPs), thirty-three singles (including nine as a featured artist), five promotional singles and twenty-four music videos. One of her top songs is called “Dangerous Woman”. The song has almost 400 million views on Youtube. It is no doubt Ariana is one of the best singers today. No wonder she has a net worth of $35 million.

Ariana Grande Fell Off Stage Footage

In her 2017 live performance, you can see Ariana almost slip and fall off a stool. The footage shows her feet slipping. It may have been due to the long heel shoes she was wearing. She grabs one of her fellow dancers saving herself from doom. Grande quickly laughs off the incident and continues the show like a professional. The singer added the video footage on her Instagram:


can’t believe we made it to the second to last show without me slipping on that slippery ass stool honestly I’ll take it