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‘The Voice’: The 10 Coaches Ranked by Their Net Worth

There are many stars who have come on The Voice in order to coach aspiring artists. They all come from different genres and have varying levels of popularity. A lot of the coaches who came on the show brought their fan base with them and left with more people knowing their name.

But not all of the coaches are paid the same amount of money for their time. We previously looked into what each coach earned from the show, but how do they stack up when it comes to their net worth? We decided to figure it out! Here are the 10 coaches from past and current seasons of The Voice, ranked by their net worth from least to greatest.

10. CeeLo Green, $22 million

CeeLo Green in The Voice chair.

CeeLo Green in The Voice chair. CeeLo Green on The Voice | NBC

The original coach was on Season 1 to 3 of the show. He then returned for Season 5. CeeLo Green never won a season, but he was able to gain fans from his time on the show. Before that, Green was singing for the group, Gnarls Barkley. His persona included weird costumes and generally being “out there.”

Green was paid the least amount of money for being on the show at $2 million per season. This is probably due to him being the least known out of all the coaches. Green also comes in at last place when it comes to overall net worth. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the singer’s net worth is $22 million.

This money is primarily coming from sponsorships. According to The Richest, he made $20,000,000 in 2011 just from endorsements. In the past, he has endorsed 7 Up, Duracell, M&M’s, and the sake brand TY KU. Of course, he has also made money from his record sales and from being on The Voice. However, given the fact that he left the show due to the controversy surrounding his thoughts on rape, chances are his number of endorsements are on the decline.

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