Justin Bieber is only 19 but has already won thousands of fans throughout his career. Besides being a Canadian celebrity best known these days, now is the youngest to be among the most influential world famous. Justin grossed about $55 million, making it the 2nd highest paid celebrity under 30 years of age.
Justin Bieber’s annual haul, calculated by Forbes from concert tours, record royalties and endorsements, puts him at $55 million — just behind American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. To compare this to other Canadian pop stars, Michael Bublé is worth $37 million, while Carly Rae Jepsen takes home $2 million.
The Biebs may play the rebel without a cause on the road, but under the management of Schoolboy Records mogul Scooter Braun, Bieber Inc. is maturing into a multi-platform industry, complete with a line of branded Bieber Girlfriend, Someday and Key.
And the Bieb’s inflationary ego is more than keeping pace with his income. That sweet Canadian kid.
A list of the “Believe Tour” gross revenue (2012-2013). Beginning in September 2012, the Believe Tour is expected to play over 150 shows in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia. The tour is not yet over. As of August 2013, the BELIEVE TOUR has earned up to $144 million.