NBC's "The Voice" season 10 finale airs May 24. The season saw the return of Christina Aguilera as a judge beside Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Adam Levine.
No matter who wins this season of "The Voice," the real winners will be the Grammy-award winning, platinum-selling judges. Find out which of your favorite artists are worth the most among "The Voice" judges.
Christina Aguilera Net Worth: $130 Million
Christina Aguilera is making headlines for behind-the-scenes feuds with co-judge Blake Shelton and his girlfriend Gwen Stefani. Reportedly, Aguilera didn't take kindly to a deal between producers of "The Voice" and Shelton and Stefani, in which they would earn bonuses for on-air duets.
Whatever the argument, Christina Aguilera has come a long way from her days in Disney's "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" and hit songs like "Genie in a Bottle," "What a Girl Wants" and "Come on Over Baby." Although it's unclear how much Aguilera is making for season 10 of "The Voice," entertainment news website The Wrap reported in 2013 that going into season five, Aguilera was expected to receive a $12 million base salary. Today, Christina Aguilera's net worth is the highest among "The Voice" coaches, at $130 million.
Pharrell Williams Net Worth: $105 Million
While Pharrell Williams dominates music charts with hits like "Happy" and the Daft Punk collaboration "Get Lucky," the music producer has been a fixture on the scene for decades. In May 2016, he launched a line of Adidas sneakers called Pink Beach, the first wave of which sold out within hours of release. Williams will also host Complex magazine's two-day arts and music festival, ComplexCon, in November.
Pharrell Williams' net worth is $105 million. Forbes reported Pharrell earned $32 million between June 2014 and June 2015, thanks to recording deals, touring income and his work as judge on "The Voice."
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Gwen Stefani Net Worth: $100 Million
Gwen Stefani returned to "The Voice" for season 10 as an adviser to Team Blake. Aside from being the lead singer of No Doubt and a successful solo artist, Gwen Stefani is an entrepreneur, launching her own clothing line, L.A.M.B., in 2003. The fashion line has grown to boast $90 million in annual revenue in recent years, reported Business Insider.
With her success in music and business, Gwen Stefani's net worth is estimated at $100 million.
Adam Levine Net Worth: $60 Million
Adam Levine, the front man for Maroon 5, has seen huge success both in and out of the music industry. In addition to churning out Maroon 5's chart-toppers like "One More Night" and "Moves Like Jagger," Levine has dabbled in acting and owns his own record label. This season on "The Voice," he teamed up with music artist Conner4Real, also known as comic Andy Samberg.
Adam Levine's net worth is $60 million. The singer was among the highest-paid celebrities in 2015, according to Forbes, with People With Money naming him the highest-paid singer of 2016, with an estimated $76 million in earnings. He and his wife Behati Prinsloo are expecting their first child.
Blake Shelton Net Worth: $60 Million
Blake Shelton released his tenth studio album "If I'm Honest" on May 20, 2016. Shelton reportedly drew inspiration for the album from his divorce from Miranda Lambert and his public courtship of Gwen Stefani.
Blake Shelton's net worth is $60 million, about the same as judge Adam Levine. Shelton makes less money from "The Voice," however, earning around $4 million per cycle, reported Celebrity Net Worth, a celebrity finance resource. Forbes estimated Shelton earned $28.5 million between June 2014 and June 2015, thanks in large part to his 42-show touring schedule and his gig as a coach on "The Voice."
Carson Daly Net Worth: $25 Million
Carson Daly is the host and a producer for "The Voice," for which he makes a salary of $5 million per year reported Celebrity Net Worth. Carson Daly's net worth is estimated at $25 million.
Daly started out as a radio DJ before joining MTV as a video jockey for various television programs, including the popular "Total Request Live." In addition to hosting "The Voice," Daly has also hosted his own late-night show, "Last Call with Carson Daly," since 2002.
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