Katy Perry's net worth reportedly got a major boost in just one night following her Super Bowl XLIX half-time performance, which also enriched her popularity and put her name on the list of recording artists, who managed to wow Super Bowl fans.
Did the "Roar" singer's net worth really got a significant boost because of her Super Bowl gig? Or is Perry already earning much too much on her own? Well, technically, the answer to both questions is a big yes!
Katy has already earned millions through her successful singing career, but performing at the Super Bowl 2015 added cash to her wealth.
Forbes reports that the 30-year-old "Dark Horse" songstress has earned a whopping $40 million just last year. And that's not all, Katy Perry's net worth is said to be around $130 million because of her singing career.
It was never revealed how much NFL paid Perry to grace the half-time show stage, but it's safe to say she didn't get the shorter end of this stick since she previously spoke frankly of her desire to be paid well.
"I put my foot down very early in the courtship. I said, 'Look guys, here's where I draw a line in the sand.' I want to be invited on my own merits and not with some fine print." Russell Brand's ex-wife told ESPN. "I have let them know that I'm not the kind of girl who would pay to play the Super Bowl. The ball is in their field."
Katy Perry's net worth has been receiving a stable amount of cash in the recent years. She usually earns $30-$50 million from her album and merchandise sales and many more.
This 2015, Perry started the year with a bang by accepting Super Bowl's offer.
Apart from Katy Perry's net worth, the "Firework" diva also made a huge buzz last week when she reportedly got back on with ex-beau John Mayer, reports Heavy.com.