Rebecca Black Net Worth

How much is Rebecca Black Worth?

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Net Worth:
$1.5 Million

Rebecca Black net worth: It might hurt a little to read this, but singer of the infamous viral anti-hit "Friday" Rebecca Black has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. But that net worth hasn't come easy – in addition to being America's laughingstock, it was recently reported that due to the merciless teasing of her classmates, Rebecca Black has begun being homeschooled. Still, for 1.2 million dollars, lots of people would probably spend a little time in home school. Born in 1997, Black's path to musical stardom is unorthodox, to say the least. Her big break came when her mother paid 4000 dollars for a music video starring her daughter to be produced by vanity recording house Ark Records. The song, "Friday," went on to become one of the most hated songs ever after it was seen by millions of people on YouTube. Her infamy might have been worth it, however, since she now has a recording contract with a legitimate label, has appeared on awards shows, and "Friday" was even covered on the smash TV show Glee. Even though her claim to fame might not be traditional, there are still more than a few young girls out there who probably wouldn't mind trading places with Rebecca Black.

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Rebecca Black Net Worth

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Rebecca Black

Rebecca Black

Singer
Date of Birth
Jun 21, 1997
Profession
Singer, Actor, Dancer
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Nicknames
Rebecca Renee Black
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