How much is Justin Timberlake worth? Justin Timberlake’s net worth is $70 million, according to most websites. JT’s is a respectable fortune, considering the 31-year-old former *NSYNC star has moved away from music—still the medium he’s best known for—and forged a second career as an actor. Since releasing his last album in 2006, Timberlake has appeared such films as “Bad Teacher, Friends With Benefits,” and “The Social Network,” so it’s no wonder he hasn’t seen fit to record a follow-up to “FutureSex/LoveSounds.”
Also, Justin Timberlake is engaged to Jessica Biel, who’s thought to be worth $18 million, so together, they’re doing OK. Granted, their combined $88 million net worth is only slightly more than the $78 million that Jay-Z and Beyonce—who topped Forbes’ World’s Highest-Paid Couples of 2012 list—made between May 1, 2011 and May 1, 2012, but still, they won’t be panhandling anytime soon.
For as rich as Justin Timberlake is, he’s apparently not the wealthiest Justin on the planet. That honor belongs to Justin Bieber, who’s worth upwards of $110 million, according to 2012 estimates. The “Baby” singer reportedly made $55 million between May 2011 and May 2012. Amazingly, country sweetheart Taylor Swift hauled in $57 million in the same one-year period, edging out the Biebs for first place on Forbes’ Highest-Paid Under 30 list.
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How does Justin Timberlake compare to other superstar singers? He’s worth far less than Mariah Carey ($500 million), Beyonce ($350 million), and ex-girlfriend Britney Spears ($200 million), but he’s beating Chris Brown ($24 million), Mary J. Blige ($45 million) and Cee-Lo Green ($20 million). In 2013, Timberlake is due to appear in Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Inside Llewyn Davis,” a film that may further boost his acting cred and get him closer to joining the EGOT club—the rare group of performers whose members have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. He’s already won six Grammys and two Emmys for his work on “Saturday Night Live,” so he’s halfway there. The bigger question: Will he catch Bieber?