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Michelle Visage's life-long career in music and entertainment has built her an impressive net worth, but just what is the net worth of the RuPaul's Drag Race star?
Michelle Visage is best known for her role on Drag Race and we're so glad to see the glamorous legend back on our screens for RuPaul's Drag Race UK season 2.
52-year-old Michelle has grown a legion of fans here in the UK thanks to Ru aul’s Drag Race, and she has continued to impress viewers throughout her various stints on TV, especially after starring on Strictly Come Dancing in 2019.
The American star had an established career way before she joined the drag queen competition, but what is her net worth?
Here’s everything you need to know about Michelle Visage’s career and impressive fortune….
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Visage’s net worth is $2 million (£1.4 million).
She’s amassed such a fortune through her life-long career in the music and entertainment industry, after starting off in a girl band before later moving into television presenting and producing.
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Visage started out her career in a girl band trio called Seduction, who had hits such as ‘Two To Make It Right’ and ‘Could This Be Love’.
After they broke up she provided vocals for another dance act, The S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M.
She began co-hosting Ru Paul’s VH1 show The RuPaul Show in 1996 and worked closely with him for the next few years, as well as presenting VH1’s red carpet coverage at the Grammys in 1998 and several other TV projects.
Visage later turned her attentions to radio in LA, New York and Florida before returning to LA in 2011 to work with RuPaul again on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
She also appeared on Celebrity Big Brother UK’s 2015 series.
Michelle is a panellist on the drag queen talent competition, offering critique and words of advice for the hopeful drag queens alongside her best friend RuPaul himself, and their fellow panelists.
The show has just begun its second series in the UK, with Alan Carr and Graham Norton returning to the show as judges.