Alizée Jacotey net worth: Alizée Jacotey (known professionally as Alizée) is a French recording artist who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Born August 21, 1984 in Ajaccio, Corsica, France, Alizée Jacotey was reportedly discovered when participating in a 1999 talent show called Graines de Star (French for 'star seeds') by Mylène Farmer, a French recording artist. Many of Alizée's hits made top 25 lists—hits such as Gourmandises, Moi… Lolita, J'en ai marre!, Mademoiselle Juliette, as well as a cover version of La Isla Bonita (also recorded by Madonna in 1987). According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry and the National Union of Phonographic Edition, Alizée is among the top-selling female French recording artists of the 21st century. Her first album, Gourmandises, went Platinum in France and abroad, giving Alizée the distinction of being touted as the 'highest selling female French singer in 2001'. Her follow-up album, Mes courants électriques (2003), launched a 43-concert tour throughout France, Belgium and Switzerland.
In late 2003, Alizée married French singer/actor and fashion designer Jérémy Chatelain. She then went on hiatus until the making of her third album, Psychédélices, released December 2007. Alizée and Chatelain had a baby girl named Annily in 2011 and the couple later separated.
Une enfant du siècle, her fourth album, was released March of 2012 and was one of the most acclaimed by critics. Her next effort was a duet with French singer Alain Chamfort, entitled Elle & Lui. This cut appeared on Alain Chamfort's album. Her fifth album, 5 ('Cinq'), released March 2013, featured several collaborations. To date, Alizée has won 15 of 7 award nominations. Also to her credit, she won the French version of Dancing with the Stars (Danse avec les Stars) November 2013.