Todrick Hall Net Worth

Todrick Hall’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the pop singer?

Todrick Hall Net Worth:
$4 Million

Todrick Hall Net Worth

Todrick Hall – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of birth: April 4, 1985 (38 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Pop Singer
Nationality: American

Texas-born singer who rose to fame after auditioning for the ninth season of American Idol. He is an immensely popular social media star and is known for viral parody hits like “I Wanna Be On Glee.”

He began releasing popular YouTube videos in 2010.

He was named to Forbes magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 feature for 2014. He was a dancer in Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” music video. He is a member of the content house pridehousela.

Todrick Hall Net Worth
The pop singer is looking content, and why shouldn’t he with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

In March of 2015 he began dating Jesse Pattison. In April of 2016 they posted a YouTube video introducing the puppy they adopted together. The couple ended their relationship in 2017.

He was the choreographer for the music video for the song “Blow” by Beyonce Knowles.


“I think, hands down, the number one person I would love to have in a video is Beyonce. I think the perfect video for me – I could die happy and I could never make a YouTube video again – would be to do a video called ‘Bey-Oz-ce’ and mix ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and Beyonce together because those are my two favorite things in the world.”

— Todrick Hall

“I’m a huge fan of Beyonce for so many reasons, and not the reasons that most people are. There’s the obvious reasons – she’s gorgeous, she’s talented or whatever, but I think she’s really super-consistent.”

— Todrick Hall

“A lot of the people who have been on ‘American Idol’ have unfortunately not been very successful after the show is over. I would be one of the most successful contestants to not make it to the Top 12. So that would be a good statistic to throw into the show. It’s what you make of it.”

— Todrick Hall

“Growing up in the Bible Belt of Texas, I thought for sure there was no way – if I’m 100 percent true to myself and come out as a gay, African-American person in 2015 – that people are going to be able to accept that and understand it.”

— Todrick Hall

“The number one question I’m asked as a YouTuber every day is, ‘How can I get my videos out there; how can I make my videos go viral?’”

— Todrick Hall