Latin singer-songwriter Leslie Grace has a $5 million net worth. Her live performances, albums, tours, movies, and other music-related endeavors contributed to the acquisition of her real estate, royalties, and liquid assets.
In 2009, Grace’s career got going. Only three years before coaching Univision’s “Va Por Ti” and touring with Maluma, her self-titled 2013 album reached its highest album position at #4 on Billboard’s Latin Albums chart. The Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Tropical Record was given to this album.
Her net worth benefited from the success of this album because it set her career on an upward track. Later, she collaborated with other well-known musicians like Becky G, Noriel, CNCO, and Wisin.
Leslie Grace’s source of income
She makes money from her live performances, tours, records, and other music-related business. Also, she earns from her music deals, movies, songs, and social media platforms. Throughout her career, she has earned a salary of $1.8M to $2.4 annually.
Batgirl moive gets canceled
Warner Bros. has canceled the previously announced Batgirl movie, even though test screenings have already taken place and the movie is in post-production. In addition to Michael Keaton returning his role as Batman for the first time since 1992, Leslie Grace plays the film’s titular hero. In what would have been one of his first significant motion pictures in more than ten years, Brendan Fraser plays the evil Firefly.
The initial internet theory put up was that the movie was poor. The New York Post said that Warner Bros. decided against releasing the film because the test screenings were so unsatisfactory. A source told the publication, “[Warner Bros] think an unspeakable Batgirl is going to be irredeemable.”
Leslie Grace speaks out
Leslie Grace, the star of the $90 million Batgirl movie, spoke up for the first time following the decision by Warner Bros. executives to scrap the project. She did this while sharing photos and videos from the movie’s production.
The Latina actress expressed her pride in the film that studio management considered “terrible” on Instagram after directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah on Wednesday criticized the cancellation.
‘Querida familia! On the heels of the recent news about our movie “Batgirl,” I am proud of the love, hard work, and intention all of our incredible cast and tireless crew put into this film over seven months in Scotland,’ Grace wrote.
I am a theatre enthusiast practicing theatre for two years now. I am on the path of exploring the true meaning of art and juxtaposing it with life. Oh! As a side hustle, I am pursuing a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Mass Communication.