Joe Sugg has catapulted from internet fame to celebrity status due to his stint on Strict Come Dancing. Even though the YouTuber did not win the celebrity dance competition, he did win the heart of the nation. He also wowed the audience with his dance partner, Dianne Buswell. There is a lot of speculation on the amount of money YouTubers make through their videos and sponsored content.
Have you ever wondered how much Joe Sugg is worth? Get ready because we’re about to spill the beans on how much wealth the British YouTuber has amassed.
Currently, he has more than 8.2 million (and counting) subscribers on YouTube, many who supported him while he danced away on Strictly Come Dancing. Some people may not be aware that he used to thatch roofs, hence the name of his channel ThatcherJoe. His online content consisted of pranks, music videos, and daily vlogs.
As his popularity increased, he started doing shows such as Vid-Con, Playlist Live, and Summer In The City. Add that with brand endorsements, merchandise, books, and other social media platforms, just imagine the amount of money he is making with all these different ventures.
He created the graphic novel series called the “Username,” where he came up with the storyline and character, but Matt Whyman wrote the book itself.
This may come as a surprise to a lot of fans out there, but he voiced the character of a seagull in the SpongeBob Movie “Sponge Out of Water”.
According to the reports, Joe Sugg is worth $2 million (£1.5 million).
Suggs net worth is reported to increase exponentially because of Strictly Come Dancing. Not only did he blow the audience and skeptics with his dance moves, but he also cemented his celebrity status. Now, he is no longer “just a YouTuber.”
Through his YouTube channel and other ventures, Sugg is supposed to make up to £1,000 per day. While dancing on the show, this amount would have increased twofold.
Other than exploding online with his channel, and appearing on a celebrity centered dancing competition, he has also met Prince Charles. The Prince of Wales Office, Clarence House got in touch with him to discuss his work. The Prince’s Foundation aims to encourage the youth to take on unusual professions, such as a thatcher or YouTuber.
Prince Charles is not his first encounter with royalty, before his online fame, he used to work with his uncle thatching roofs in Wiltshire, and the Duchess of Cornwall used to live near him.