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Celebs Who Make Serious Money Selling Merchandise

Shawn Mendes

Shawn Mendes is in eighth place, with a total revenue of $4.8 million from his goods sales. Mendes has been going for broke this time, with his Netflix documentary and concert video. He stated that he would be performing another tour with roughly 64 gigs across the UK, Europe, and North America after releasing his current album, Summer of Love, which hit No. 15 on Billboard's US Top 40 songs for Adults. Wonder: The World Tour is the name of the next tour, which will begin soon.


The Weeknd

The Weeknd has recorded a $5 million profit from his apparel sales, which puts him in sixth position. The musician created history when he performed at the 55th Super Bowl halftime show, becoming the first-ever Canadian solo artist to headline the show. He recently teased fans by saying that his record was finished after a long wait, but no official release date has been set. Aside from selling items, he also sells digital downloads of his songs through his website. His vinyl collection includes several of his hit tracks from prior albums, including Blinding Lights, Starboy, and Can't Feel My Face.


Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber is in fifth place on the list, with approximately $5.6 million in retail sales. Everyone knows that the Canadian singer has set and broken numerous records, and becoming one of the best-selling musicians in terms of goods is no small feat. Despite the numerous controversies that have surrounded his life, he has become the most followed person on Twitter this year, with 114 million followers. Justice, his most recent worth tour, is planned to begin on February 22, 2022, and it will undoubtedly increase his product profits.


Eminem

Eminem may have stepped away from the spotlight for a while, but his devoted fans are likely to stick with him, as seen by his $7.6 million in apparel sales, which puts him in fourth place on the list. He's been slowly making his way back into the hip-hop industry, but his fans have been missing him. He'll be performing with Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre at the 56th Super Bowl halftime performance, which was just revealed. The majority of Eminem's earnings came from the sale of various collector's items featuring his alter ego, Slim Shady.


Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande finishes in third position with $10 million in item sales, which is unsurprising. Ariana Grande, The Voice Coach, just completed a virtual tour dubbed Rift Tour, which was featured on the popular video game Fortnight. She performed at the performance, which drew 78 million viewers from around the world, from August 6 to 8. Her $10 million in goods revenues are unsurprising given that she is idolized by many young teenagers and is one of the generation's music icons.


Lady Gaga

With a large lead, Lady Gaga comes in second with $15.8 million in official item sales. It's no surprise that she came in second, given the worldwide success of her remix album Dawn of Chromatica. Many people are also gushing over her performance as Patrizia Reggiani in the upcoming film House of Gucci, which appears to be propelling Lady Gaga's career forward at full speed with no sign of slowing down anytime soon.


Harry Styles

Harry Styles wins the top spot with $22.9 million in revenue from item sales. Of course, Harry will always be Harry, and his product appeals to nearly all females. Styles' two full studio albums have gone platinum and gold in various regions across the world. The Watermelon Sugar singer is captivating the hearts of women of all generations, and one of the most popular items from his line is the printed Harry Styles on the Watermelon Sugar tote, which was featured in the music video. He now sells a variety of apparel accessories and things.

Source:https://www.therichest.com/rich-powerful/7-celebrities-that-make-a-fortune-from-merchandise-sales/

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