Kylie Jenner has been in the public eye since she was ten years old as one of the stars of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” But this Kardashian sister grew up to earn the title of ‘youngest female billionaire’ after creating a beauty empire through her Kylie Cosmetics company.
Kylie Cosmetics is currently valued at $1 billion, and Kylie owns the entire company. Not to mention the extra income from modeling, reality TV, and whatever else the Kardashians do. Pretty impressive for such a youngster.
Kim Kardashian – $1.8B
Socialite, model, TV star, and businesswoman Kim Kardashian has a net worth of $1.8 billion. The show about her family, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and her teenage connections with some of Hollywood’s most famous elite catapulted Kim to fame. Today, she is one of the wealthiest celebrities in the world, and the woman has invested her fortune wisely.
Kim makes a huge portion of her money from endorsement deals, fashion brand promotions, social media sponsorship, and her new company of shapewear and clothing, Skims.
Garth Brooks – $280M
Legendary country music singer Garth Brooks has an amazing net worth of $280 million. Already having a fortune of over $70 million back in 2015, Brooks decided to make a comeback and went on a worldwide tour from 2015 to 2017.
When he returned to the U.S., Brooks released a new hit single and went back on tour. No wonder his fortune has been growing non-stop. He’s managed all that and raised three children.
Jerry Springer – $75M
Everyone knows the late, great Jerry Springer as the host of his dramatic TV show, but alas, the man made his fortune off of it. Before he was the mediator of insane TV drama, Springer was a lawyer and even worked as a political adviser for JFK.
One thing led to another, and Springer went from advisor to political commentator to TV news show host and, suddenly, to hosting "The Jerry Springer Show." Weird trajectory, but hey, it earned him a nice $75 million.
Dr. Dre – $800M
American rapper and producer Dr. Dre is a legend in the music world, and for good reason. In 1991, he founded Death Row Records along with three friends, and the label went on to produce some of the country's most influential rap and hip-hop musicians, including 2Pac and Snoop Dogg.
Dr. Dre, born Andre Young, went on to create and serve as active CEO of Aftermath Entertainment, an extremely successful record label. However, much of his $800 million fortune came from selling his designer headphone label, Beats Music and Beats Electronic, to Apple, for the sum of $3 billion.