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Friday: Rebecca Black's Net Worth is $500,000 in 2022!

Mar 31, 2022 @ 11:11 EDT
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Friday: Rebecca Black's Net Worth is $500,000 in 2022!

Rebecca Black was recently appointed as a judge in one of the episodes of Netflix's Is It Cake?. Fans have been curious to know more about her, including her net worth. The Friday singer has a net worth of $500,000 as of 2022. Fans wonder about Rebecca Black's house, and whether her family and parents are rich. Rebecca was one of the most searched celebrities in 2012, even surpassing big names like Adele and Lady Gaga.

You've probably seen the pictures or videos on social media of seemingly inedible objects or savory food items being sliced with a knife to find they were actually a cake all along. It's always a fascinating sight to behold, and Netflix is ready to take advantage of it.

Is It Cake, a new show on the streaming service that mixes the food boom with a good old-fashioned reality baking competition series, premiered this month.

Is It Cake?, hosted by Saturday Night Live's Mikey Day, brings together nine of the world's best bakers in a competition to create hyper-realistic cakes that resemble ordinary objects. And each of the episodes is judged by three different celebrity judges.

Rebecca Black, one of the judges in the 5th episode of the show, grabbed viewers' attention and fans want to know more about her, including her net worth.

What is Rebecca Black's Net Worth in 2022?

Rebecca Black left an indelible mark on the world of pop music and YouTube fame. She was 14 years old when her single, Friday, was initially published on YouTube. Her mother, it appears, is to thank for her first being noticed.

Rebecca Black's mother spent $4,000 on a big-name recording business to create a music video starring Black, according to Celebrity Net Worth. ARK Music Factory, the recording studio eventually produced the video for Friday.

Friday was released on YouTube on February 10, 2011, and by March, it had gone viral. The song had millions of views, and Black was receiving a lot of criticism as a result.

According to Slate, Rebecca Black is thought to have made roughly $40,000 from the viral hit. Slate went into further depth about why Black is thought to have made only tens of thousands of dollars rather than the millions that were inaccurately reported. Because the video was initially uploaded to YouTube, the artist receives 68% of the advertising revenue.

At the time, Friday had over 30 million page views, netting Rebecca Black around $20,000 in revenue. This, combined with the song's numerous downloads, resulted in Black earning roughly $40,000 which was not terrible for a young sensation.

As of 2022, Rebecca Black has a net worth of $500,000. Now that Friday has been out for ten years, Black has something special planned. She produced the Friday Remix, which features Big Freedia, 3OH!3, and Dorian Electra. Black is still singing the song, but her original vocals have been altered to give it a fresh flavor.

In addition to her music, Rebecca Black has a YouTube channel where she frequently posts videos. Her videos range from Q&A sessions to song covers to vlogs. She was also a contestant on the second season of the reality television music competition series The Four: Battle for Stardom.

Bridgerton Has Mercifully Dethroned 'Is It Cake?' in Netflix's Top 10 List

The reign of Is It Cake?, which was premiered on March 18, 2022, on Netflix's top ten list has been cut short by the release of the second season of a major popular series, Bridgerton.

Season 2 of Bridgerton dethroned Is It Cake? from the top spot in the US this weekend, where the baking competition had achieved unexpected heights as viewers turned in to watch bakers make cakes that looked like inanimate objects, an idea originating from an online meme from a year or so ago.

There will almost certainly be additional seasons of Is It Cake? or something similar. Is It Cake? is a symptom of a wider Netflix strategy, which has seen the company drastically increase its reality-based content, which is low-cost to produce but has the potential to be widely watched.

Netflix has shifted its attention away from talent shows and toward shows like Too Hot To Handle, Love Is Blind, and The Circle, but they'll be shotgun blasting a lot of this content in the post-Survivor age, as traditional TV has done for decades.

It's a little like watching someone discover fire after the steam engine, yet here we are. We can pretty soon expect an announcement regarding a second season of Is It Cake? on Netflix.

There was no doubt in anyone's mind that Bridgerton would return and not dominate the top 10 charts in the United States and many other countries. Back in season 1, Bridgerton was the most-watched original series on Netflix, surpassing shows like Stranger Things and The Witcher.

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