It's safe to say that Ariana Grande is one of the biggest pop stars in the world. Her music regularly tops the charts. She's toured around the world, and she's had multiple starring roles in hit TV shows. Her impressive resume has not only earned her the respect among her peers and helped her accrue a devoted fan base, but it's also resulted in a large fortune.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Grande is worth around $45 million dollars. Amassing all of that money by the age of 24 is no easy feat, but considering she's been in the entertainment business for a decade she's definitely put in the blood, sweat, and tears to get where she is today.
Grande started broke into the business at the age of 14, starring as Cat Valentine on Nickelodeon's Victorious opposite Victoria Justice. Her popular role earned her a large fan base, helping to kickstart her career. Her teen idol status wasn't just relegated to Victorious. She also appeared on other show's on the network, including iCarly, Winx Club, and Sam & Cat.
Just three years after making her TV debut, Grande released her first solo album, Yours Truly. It was hit right from the start, debuting number one on the Billboard 200. She quickly followed up the success of her first album in 2014, releasing My Everything in 2014, which also debuted at number one.
She took a two year break after her back-to-back albums to star on Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens in 2015. Though the show was short-lived, it had a cult following and allowed her to flex her acting chops.
In 2016, she released her third album, Dangerous Woman, which debuted at number two on the Billboard charts. Following its release, she went on a worldwide tour, which raked in $71 million in ticket sales.
Now, she's gearing up to release her fourth studio album, Sweetener, on July 20. With her upcoming album and the news of her engagement to Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson, Grande's future is as bright as ever.