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Shakira and her investments outside of music that have led her to amass her impressive fortune

The Colombian has a diverse portfolio

Shakira is one of the most recognized and successful artists in the world, with a career that spans for more than 30 years.

Her fortune, on the other hand, is immense, but not only thanks to her musical talent, but for the rest of the investments that the singer has made in various fields outside of music and studies.

So much so that the Celebrity Net portal, which specializes in calculating the wealth of celebrities, has put Shakira‘s fortune at 300 million dollars. The surprising thing is that she has based her immense wealth on other businesses outside of music, such as lingerie, toys and even real estate.

Shakira on The Voice

In other years, Shakira was on American television, particularly on ‘The Voice’ ten years ago. She was a judge along with Usher, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, with audiences of more than 10 million viewers per program.

Another participation she had was as a judge on the show ‘Dancing With Myself’ with Nick Jonas and Liza Kosky.

Various businesses: Perfumery, lingerie, real estate…

In addition, Shakira has launched businesses in perfumes, lingerie, toys, real estate and a foundation. Below, we will detail all the Colombian’s investments in these sectors.

As for perfumes, Shakira launched more than ten fragrances, and 12 of them are currently available for purchase on her website. As for toys, she partnered with ‘Fisher Price’ to launch a toy collection in 2015.

Shakira also got into the fashion world, launching a lingerie collection with the brand Parade Underwear, a company where you can give old clothes to give them a second use. On the other hand, in food, she promoted healthy snacks.

In real estate, Shakira bought mansions in many countries, for example, in Bonds Kay (Bahamas) and has a foundation called Pies Descalzos, in 2007, where she helps children and young people who have problems accessing education

Source: marca