Britney Spears is hot on everyone's lips right now as fans celebrate the recent end to her long-running conservatorship. But what’s her net worth after the fallout of her legal battle?
Now aged 40, she’s regarded as one of the best-selling music artists of all time despite the conservatorship that hung over her for over a decade.
What is Britney Spears’ net worth in 2022?
Britney Spears is estimated to be worth $70 million (£52 million) in 2021.
Last year, Forbes estimated that Spears’ estate was worth $60 million (£44 million). Court documents reviewed by the publication last year showed that the star had around $56.5 million (£42 million) worth of investments in brokerage accounts, businesses and real estates - with the remainder in cash.
The Toxic songstress made her mark at an early age in The Mickey Mouse Club alongside the likes of Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, before going on to take the world by storm and reportedly sell nearly 100 million records across the globe.
Despite Spear's career being so successful, Forbes also found her net worth is considerably lower than her fellow pop-princess’ Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and Taylor Swift despite beginning her career well before them.
Who is Britney Spears dating?
Britney Spears is engaged to Sam Asghari, a 27-year-old personal trainer and actor. The pair met on the set of her raunchy 2016 music video “Slumber Party”, in which Asghari plays her love interest.
The lovebirds got engaged in September after 5 years of dating, during the peak of Spears’ conservatorship battle, which prevented the pair from getting married or having any children together.
Asghari was born in the Iranian capital Tehran but moved to Los Angeles at the age of 12 to live with his father, who was a truck driver. Sam now credits his fiance Spears for “putting [him] on the map]” with his acting career.
He told Variety in a recent interview: “I just want to thank [Spears] so much for putting me on the map as far as, you know, everything else that’s going on in my career. She helped me so much with that. Let’s be real. Let’s be real now, right?”