Adam Lambert net worth: Since collaboration with Queen, what is singer’s WHOPPING fortune?
ADAM LAMBERT is set to perform on Strictly Come Dancing 2018 tonight, having shot to fame in 2009 on American Idol. He’s sold more than three million albums across the world and toured with Queen – so it’ll come as no surprise that he’d built up quite a large fortune. What is his net worth?
Adam Lambert shot to fame back in 2009, when he finished as a runner-up in the hit TV show American Idol. The 36-year-old went on to release hits including Whataya Want from Me, Better Than I Know Myself, and Trespassing. During his career, the singer and songwriter has sold in excess of three million albums – as well as five million singles across the world. In 2011, the star also teamed up with the active members of the band Queen, Brian May, 71, and Roger Taylor, 69, performing as the collaboration Queen + Adam Lambert – which is sometimes referred to as Q+AL or QAL.
Adam and Queen have gone on the tour as a collaborative act worldwide.
Tonight, Adam will return to the spotlight for a performance on the BBC results show of Strictly Come Dancing.
Entertaining the audience as well as viewers across the nation during the results show, the hitmaker is set to sing a number from the Queen-inspired musical We Will Rock You.
Over the years, Adam has no doubt built up a pretty impressive fortune – so just how much is his current net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the singer is worth a staggering amount of money.
The website says he’s got a net worth of $20 million – which equates to around £15,683,000.
As well as delighting fans with his charity work, Adam also dedicates a lot of his time and fortune to charitable causes.
Seven years ago, just two years after finding fame, the star’s financial donations reached the $1,000,000 (around £784,000) mark, the website Adam Official told fans.
He has since shown huge support for charities including the We Are Family Foundation and the Olena Pinchuk ANTIAIDS Foundation.
The star also dedicated a portion of proceeds of his remix version of his For Your Entertainment song, Aftermath, to The Trevor Project, which is a non-profit organization which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBT+ youth.