How rich is Paulina Rubio?
Paulina Rubio Net Worth:
|Birth date:||June 17, 1971|
|Birth place:||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Height:||5 ft 3 in (1.62 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Musician, Model, Businessperson, TV Personality, Presenter, Singer-songwriter|
|Parents:||Susana Dosamantes, Enrique Rubio|
|TV shows:||The X Factor (U.S.)|
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Nicknamed La Chica Dorada, the Gold kid Paulina Rubio was born to be a star. The Latin music ace was only named the latest judge on X Factor in 2013. Rubio who has had a long and extensive career in the music business selling over 20 million records globally is bringing her abilities and guidance to thousands of music hopefuls. Simon Cowell the show’s executive producer needed someone with style and dash to replace the stoic Britney Spears. He made the correct choice. This firecracker features a great deal to say and contains a whole lot of chemistry along with her co-judges. But she was well off prior to the pay day. Her net worth is $20 million from record sales and concert tours.
Paulina Ru Net Worth $32.5 Million
Long before Paulina Rubio was worth millions her family believed she was worth even more. Worth millions nicknamed her the Gold kid. Growing up in a family of entertainers Paulina’s mom was an actress. Susana Dosamantes started playing in 1969 with renowned performers like John Wayne. Her daughter Paulina fell in love with music and was an associate of the Mexican teenager group Timbiriche. She acquired her abilities in a performing arts school. The sole member with classical music training Rubio stood out.
However, the fairy tale immediately came to an end when they filed for divorce in 2010. Rubio’s raspy voice, provocative fashion as well as approach helped her fifth studio album achieve international success and acclaim. Paulina the self titled record was nominated three times in the 2nd annual Latin Grammy Awards. “Songof won all three awards. It was likewise the largest selling Latin record of all 2001. The record Paulina was certified 4 Platinum in Mexico for sending 600,000 records, while being certified 8 Platinum (Latin field) in the U.S. for dispatches of 800,000 units.