Published On: Fri, Oct 13th, 2017

Pink Net Worth; How Much Is Pink Net Worth?

Pink Net Worth in 2018: $130 Million

Pink is known as one of the best singers in the world, she is an American actress, singer, producer, media personality, dancer and song-writer; according to different estimates total net worth of Pink is $130 million in 2018.


The American actress Alecia Beth Moore professionally known as Pink, she was born on September 8, 1979 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, to nurse Judy and Jim Moore while her father was an insurance salesman.

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In her early days of birth she suffered with asthma while at the age of 10, her parents got divorce, in her childhood age she wrote lyrics about her own feelings and at the age of 14 she has started to perform in different clubs with stage name Pink.

After a lot of hard work, she signed a contract with LaFace Records from which she released her solo debut album while her debut single “There You Go” got the position in the list of top ten in Billboard 100 and that was released in February 2000 while now she is ranked as one of the best solo artist in the world.

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The beautiful singer has done a good business in music industry for almost 10 years, according to estimates she has managed to earn over 50 million from the selling of the albums.

While Pink got the 95 million earnings from the sale of the singles in all over the world and she has completed several tours, through which she earned a lot.

After getting success in Music industry, she stepped into film industry and played several roles in numerous movies while in her whole career, pink has received many awards like 3 Grammy Awards, 7 MTV Video Music Awards, 5 American Music Awards, 5 World Music Awards and many others.

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