Camila Cabello's Net Worth Is High Enough For Endless Trips to "Havana"

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Photo credit: Thais Reyes
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From Seventeen

Camila Cabello's career is on fire. Her single, "My Oh My," with DaBaby spent 20 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 and we can't forget that "Señorita" with her bae Shawn Mendes gained 26 million views in the first 24 hours of its release.

Camila hasn't been in the spotlight very long, but that hasn't stopped her from owning it. That's probably why she's already amassed a net worth that's out of this world. Here's what you need to know about Camila and how she makes her money.

If you're a true Camila fan, then you know that she got her start on the reality show, The X Factor. Camila was eliminated during the "bootcamp" process, but was invited back alongside Ally Brooke, Normani, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane, who together would form the group Fifth Harmony. The girls didn't win the show, but they were offered a music deal with the Simon Cowell's music label, Syco Music, and Epic Records.

Fifth Harmony released an EP titled Better Together and two studio albums, which produced the top 10 hits "Worth It" and Work From Home." Before Camila ultimately left the group, she also participated in Fifth Harmony's international tours, which earned the singer additional cash.

Camila started releasing solo hits while she was still with Fifth Harmony. In November 2015, she dropped her first single with Shawn Mendes called "I Know What You Did Last Summer." They wrote it together, so she also got compensated for her writing credits on the song. In 2016, Camila also worked on a song with rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, called "Bad Things." That same year Camila split from Fifth Harmony and became a solo act.

Before releasing her own studio album, Camila dropped a bunch of singles. One of them, "Hey Ma," featuring Pitbull and J. Balvin was featured on the soundtrack for The Fate of the Furious.

In May 2017, Camila released her debut solo single, "Crying in the Club." Later that year, she released "Havana" which in June 2018 became Spotify's most-streamed song ever by a solo female artist. At the time, it had reached more than 888 million streams, which means tons of revenue.

Camila released her self-titled debut album in January 2018. It debuted at number one in the U.S., earning Camila additional income from all of those sales. Later that year, she embarked on her first solo tour called the Never Be The Same Tour. The tour made more than $1 million in box office sales. During the European leg of her tour, Camila also performed as the opening act on Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour. This was her second time performing as an opening act, as she had previously joined Bruno Mars' 24K Magic World Tour for some of its dates.

Then, in December 2019, Camila released her second album Romance. It debuted third on the Billboard 200 and by the next month, it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, according to Billboard. That means that by RIAA standards the album basically sold more than 500,000 units in a month's time. She's also expected to go on tour to promote the album sometime in 2020, which will only bring in more money.

Camila is also branching out into acting, as she's set to star in a film adaptation of Cinderella, although the film has temporarily been delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Camila's other money-making venture is with the clothing brand Guess. In 2017, she was chosen to be the face of the brand's fall campaign.

Photo credit: Thais Reyes
Photo credit: Thais Reyes

Clearly, Camila's cashed a lot of checks in her short time in the spotlight. According to Celebrity Net Worth, her brand is valued at $14 million and it's only going up.

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