'The Voice' has had megastar judges and the only things bigger than their fame are their bank accounts. Here's a look at the judges ranked by their net worths
- The voice is one of the few singing competition shows that continues gaining momentum with each new season. It has the perfect mix of undeniable talent, heartwarming stories, and megastar judges. And when I say megastar, I mean singers who are on top of their game.
Let's take a look at those judges and their hefty net worths. Bebe Rexha served as a coach for the comeback stage on season 16. And has a net worth of $5 million.
Rexha earned that money as a singer songwriter. And as she continues releasing songs like I'm a mess, or her collaboration with Florida, Georgia Line meant to be, she is bound to be one of the most successful musicians in the field.
Kelsea Ballerini joined the voice during season 15. And has a net worth of $6 million. But the country star burst onto the scene in 2015 with the release of her debut album the first time. And boy was it a debut.
She became the only female country star to hit number one, with the first three singles from a debut album. And the name Kelsea ballerini is no stranger to awards. She's been nominated for Grammys, one ACN awards, and so much more.
Ceelo Green is worth $10 million is one of the original judges of the voice. And naturally, has one of the most recognizable voices in the industry.
Green first gained popularity as the frontman of Gnarls Barkley with hits like crazy. He went on to have a pretty successful solo career. Writing one of the most relatable songs in modern history, forget you.
Next up is the incomparable Jennifer Hudson with a whopping net worth of $25 million. Hudson coached on season 13 and 15. And is no stranger to reality talent shows.
She of course became a household name as a contestant on American Idol. The show helped her launch her music career on a high note. Her self-titled debut album earned her a Grammy for best R&B album.
Her powerful voice has helped her career soar from the microphone to the big screen. She delivered a powerful performance in the critically acclaimed Dreamgirls. So powerful she earned herself an Oscar.
Carson Daly, the host of the voice is worth $40 million. While he may not be a singer, he's a music man through and through. For many 80s and 90s kids, he was an indelible part of their after school activities as the host of MTV's TRL.
He's also had an extensive radio career, including time as a night host on K-Rock FM.
Kelly Clarkson is another judge whose career was launched by American Idol. As a matter of fact, she was the show's first winner ever. She's a cool 45 million to her name. Thanks to her incredible music career.
From a moment like this, to stronger. She's released tons of hits that have soundtrack to all the drama we get ourselves into.
Nick Jonas is next on our list with 50 million to his name. The Disney star turned pop Royalty shared the spotlight with his brothers Joe and Kevin in the early years. But has since made a name for himself with a successful solo career. One of his more successful albums last year was complicated. Debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.
John Legend is probably the smoothest man to turn a chair on The Voice. His charm, voice, and skills as a songwriter have earned him $75 million.
Legend's career started high. He had already collaborated with the likes of Jay-Z and Alicia Keys before he released his debut album get lifted in 2004. That album by the way earned him a Grammy for best R&B album and best new artist.
Blake Shelton and the voice are pretty much synonymous. He's been the mainstay on the show since its inception. The country star is worth $100 million.
He made his debut in 2001. And got an immediate taste of success with his hit single, Austin.
Adam Levine had a long tenure on The Voice, but it hasn't been the same with Adam. As the front man to Maroon 5, Levine has raked in 120 million in his career. Ever since their debut album songs about Jane, the band has stayed ahead of the game releasing tons of hits.
Alicia Keys a judge on the show for three seasons. And is probably one of the most gifted judges with her velvet voice. She gained her first number one single fallen in 2001. And keys has gone on to win numerous Grammy Awards since. She's banked 150 million in her stellar career.
Gwen Stefani is worth $150 million. That's B-A-N-A-N-A-S. Sorry. This godsake turned pop Princess, turned style icon, turned voice host has one of the longest lasting careers of the bunch.
She debuted in the early 90s with her band No doubt and has not left the radar since.
Like Nick Jonas, Miley Cyrus got her start on Disney as the lovable character Hannah Montana. Needless to say, she's grown significantly from there. As she's matured, so did her music, and so did her bank account. The edgy star is now worth $160 million.
Along with the aforementioned Ceelo Green, Adam and Blake. Christina Aguilera was one of the original judges on The Voice. And she is the richest with a net worth of 160 million.
Ever since bursting out of her bottle in 1999, Christina has become one of the most iconic pop divas of our time. It's safe to say that along with her colleagues, she is one of the most recognizable voices, which makes her an absolute star.
Coming in at number 3 is RB legend Usher with $180 million to his name. And when we talk about hitmakers, it would be a mistake not to mention Usher. From Yeah, to You got it bad, to Burn. This artist has seen many number one hits atop the Billboard Hot 100.
Pharrell is next up with a net worth of 200 million. Not only does he have an amazing voice, but his skills as a record producer are second to none.
He got his first taste of success alongside Chad Hugo, as the duo became acclaimed hip hop and R&B producers in the early 90s.
And last, but certainly not least is Shakira. Worth a mind blowing $300 million. Ever since her debut album at the age of 13, Shakira has slowly grown into one of the biggest global superstars.
After dominating the Latin market for years, her crossover album laundry service helped her sell out stadiums worldwide.