What is Monica Naranjo's net worth? 'Love Never Lies' host has sold over 9M albums
From music to hosting shows, there is little Mónica Naranjo hasn't done!
When it comes to reality dating shows, 'Love Never Lies' host Mónica Naranjo certainly knows a thing or two. The Spanish singer has her very own show -- 'Mónica y el Sexo' (Sex and Mónica), where she spoke about her marital issues after her divorce from Óscar Tarruella, her partner for 16 years. She was also the host of 'La isla de las tentaciones', the Spanish version of 'Temptation Island'. Now, taking on 'Love Never Lies' as the host, the reality show sees couples putting their relationships to the test, while avoiding temptation in the hope of staying faithful and grabbing the grand prize that comes with it.
Who is Mónica Naranjo?
Naranjo was born on 23 May 1974 to Francisco and Patricia. Her father was a construction worker and her mother was a housewife. Naranjo had two other siblings Raquel and Enrique and she was the oldest. Often regarded for her powerful voice, Naranjo enjoyed singing and music from an early age, noting that it was her favourite activity at age 4. This passion only grew, as she enrolled in a music school at age 14. She later migrated to Mexico when she was 18 years old.
Her net worth
Naranjo has a net worth of $20 million, as reported by Celebrity Net Worth. Ever since the start of her music career, Narnajo dominated the charts. Her debut album, self-titled 'Mónica Naranjo', was released in 1994 was certified Platinum on the U.S. Latin charts and sold over 900,000 copies in Mexico. Her second album, 'Palabra de Mujer' in 1997 made its way to #2 in Spain and was later certified 10x Platinum. In addition, the album sold over 2,000,000 in Spain.
Her third album, 'Minage' , debuted in 2000, was #1 in Spain. Apart from her music career, she has also worked on numerous TV shows, such as 'El número 1', 'Mira quien va a Eurovisión', 'Tu Cara me suena (Your face seems familiar to me)', 'Operción Triunfo 2018', 'Mónica y el Sexo' and 'La isla de las tentaciones'. She was also the juror in the Spanish selection for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014.
You can watch 'Love Never Lies' on Netflix from November 11, 2021 onwards.