Selena Gomez turned 31 on Saturday.
But the actress reportedly has a lot of more reasons to celebrate than just that.
According to a survey by the website CelebrityNetWorth.com, the cast member of Only Murders in the Building is worth a whopping $800 million.
Yes, Selena’s makeup line, Rare Beauty, appears to have been selling That impressive.
This new, unofficial, and quite surprising Gomez net worth is also linked to a recent Bloomberg report, which states that Selena’s Rare Beauty blush — on its own — grossed about $70 million last year.
The same article stated that this same product alone will generate about three times as much by 2023.
Last year, Gomez’s beauty empire was worth $95 million… a huge sum, but nowhere near the level it apparently jumped to just months later.
It probably helps that Selena has one of the largest followings on Instagram, which helps her reach out to the masses quickly and personally.
Way back in 2017, it emerged that Kylie Jenner might be a billionaire because of her own cosmetics line.
Other celebrities who have made it seriously through this kind of business include Rihanna and Kim Kardashian.
In a social media post acknowledging her very recent birthday, meanwhile, Gomez did called her beauty brand.
But the main focus of her message was on the even more important topic of mental health.
“I’m thankful for so much in my life,” Selena captioned her celebratory post.
“And one of the things I’m most thankful for is the work we’ve been able to do with the Rare Impact Fund through @Rarebeauty.
“Thanks to YOU, we have been able to raise awareness and increase access to mental health care for young people.”
“This is my true passion in life.”
The singer then asked for donations to the Rare Impact Fund in lieu of gifts.
“People keep asking me what I want for my birthday, and I tell everyone the same thing,” she wrote in the caption.
“Please don’t give me anything, but if you want to do something for my birthday, please donate to the Rare Impact Fund.
“If you have the means, please consider donating to help us make a difference.”
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