Ellie Goulding Wealth

Ellie Goulding Net Worth

Ellie Goulding Net Worth:
$24 Million

Ellie Goulding Wealth

Ellie Goulding – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $24 Million
Date of birth: December 30, 1986 (37 years old)
Gender: Female

Ellie Goulding was born 30 December 1986 in 30 December 1986. Her first song, Under the Sheets, debuted in 2009. She mixes music genres but probably most appropriate classification is indie pop. Gouldign often wears daring outfits on stage and also when posing for various magazine. She even posed topless for Marie Claire magazine once, but her breasts were hidden behind her arm.


Ellie Goulding started playing the clarinet and the guitar since she was a child and began songwriting during her days at college. Her first song ever was released on 9 November 2009 called Under the Sheets, the song was good that it even got ranked on UK Singles Chart. During that time, she performed on BBC Two music television show, Later… with Jools Holland.

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Personal Life

Ellie Goulding has never been married, but she’s been into several relationships. She was with the radio DJ, and presenter Greg James, actor Jeremy Irvine, DJ Calvin Harris, singer-songwriter and guitarist Ed Sheeran, songwriter and model Dougie Poynter, singer Luke Friend, and in 2017 information says that she had some time with Caspar Jopling, but now she’s single.


“I played recorder in assembly, then I became passionate about the guitar, I don’t know why. I started on electric then moved to acoustic – my brother was playing bass in the next room.”

— Ellie Goulding

“I start really missing London when I go away. I have a little flat, but very central. I live above a pub and you’d think it’d be a nightmare, but I like hearing the music and it’s quite comforting.”

— Ellie Goulding

“I record stuff all the time, like little vocal things. I write random things down… Sometimes I just get things stuck in my head and I record them, and that actually becomes a song quite a lot of the time.”

— Ellie Goulding

“On stage I have to be comfortable because I play guitar so I can’t wear too much jewellery, it knocks against the guitar and makes loud noises. I had this big gold eagle necklace which I love but I kept whacking myself in the face with it so had to stop wearing it. I wear things that I can sweat in, basically… it gets really hot on stage.”

— Ellie Goulding

“I find male singers and what they sing about fascinating. It makes me realize how little we know about ourselves and how little I know about myself. It’s interesting to see the male perspective.”

— Ellie Goulding