There’s no denying that Camila Cabello is wildly popular and only getting more so with time. The 22-year-old started off in the girl group Fifth Harmony with other crowd favorites, like pop star Normani, before venturing out for a solo career. Since then, she’s dominated the charts with hit songs like, “Havana” and Shawn Mendes-assisted “Senorita” and captured the hearts of seemingly everyone around the world. But it may surprise you how much the charismatic, Grammy-nominated artist is actually worth.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Cabello is worth an impressive $14 million. That’s quite a lot to be so young and is a true testament to her talent and work ethic.
A lot of this success came from her time in Fifth Harmony. The girl group was formed on the reality TV series, “The X Factor” by Simon Cowell. Although Cabello was eliminated as a solo contestant, Cowell brought her back along with Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui to form Fifth Harmony.
Fifth Harmony was wildly successful during its time as a group. Their album, “Reflection” reached No. 5 in the U.S. and they had several hit songs like, “Worth It” and “Work from Home.” Cabello left the group in 2016 and stirred up a lot of controversy in doing so. There were rumors of a feud between her and the other girls in the group and they even claimed that they had no idea that Cabello was even leaving the group or had wanted to.
Once everyone seemed to have moved past the dispute and stopped picking sides, Cabello was able to begin a very successful solo career. She has released to solo albums, the first in January 2018. This album, the self-titled, “Camila” went No. 1 in the U.S. Her second album came out in 2019 and contained songs that earned her a Grammy nomination.
I think it’s safe to say that she’s doing fine all on her own despite the cushion she had by being in an extremely popular girl group.
Aside from music, Cabello has also appeared on TV shows including “Saturday Night Live,” “Faking It,” “Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse,” “The Ride” and “One Love Manchester.” Keeping it versatile and never limiting herself to one thing is definitely going to keep her in the spotlight and will also keep the money rolling in.
It’s also good to see that Cabello is adamant about giving some of this wealth back. She’s involved with organizations like Save the Children and Children’s Health Fund and has also performed in support of several charities. Is there anything she can’t do?