Courtney Hadwin is an English singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $3 Million. She came to the spotlight by competing in the popular music competition show, “The Voice Kids UK 2017” which was aired on ITV.
Hardwin then gained worldwide recognition for her appearance on the NBC competition show, “America’s Got Talent” in its 13th season. She was the standout performer in the world of AGT and her performance led her to earn the Golden buzzer from judge Howie Mandel.
She’s not only inspired the judges on the reality show but also grabbed the attention of millions of people who follows her on Instagram. Outside of her appearance on reality shows, she released several hit singles throughout her career.
Courtney Hadwin’s Net Worth
Courtney Hadwin is a popular singer from the city of Sunderland, England. She is one of the most successful stars in the UK’s music industry. She has managed to earn a name for herself in her native country as well as in America.
Since getting success from her performance in AGT, Hadwin has been doing live concerts in different countries. She mainly earns from live shows, as she was able to do 17 live concerts during the pandemic. It seems in the upcoming years she will be on the list as one of the top-paid singers.
Hadwin also makes money from her appearance on television shows, and collaborations, as well as her YouTube channel and Spotify. As of 2023, Courtney Hadwin’s net worth is estimated to be $3 Million.
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Born||July 6, 2004|
Courtney Hadwin was born in Hartlepool, UK, on July 6th, 2004. She was raised by her parents Paul Hadwin and Ann-Marie in Hesleden. Hadwin has a younger sister Melissa and a brother Paul.
In terms of education, she attended Hesleden Primary School until 2018. Then she enrolled at The Academy at Shotton Hall in Peterlee. Music was always part of her life and she wanted to pursue her career as a singer from her childhood.
Hadwin took training from multiple academies including, Shotton Hall Theatre, Peanuts Master, a Music school by Kate Sirs, and Vocal Ovation by Julie Miles. During that time she was also auditioning for UK’s teen singing reality shows at the age of 11.
At the age of 6 Hadwin started singing and then developed an interest in poetry by the age of 9. In early 2015 she made her first TV show appearance, auditioning for the music competition at “TeenStar” in Newcastle, England.
She performed the cover of Bob Dylan’s song, “Make You Feel My Love.” Her performance helped her to reach the grand final in the competition. In September of that year, she gained recognition after performing the version of his single, “Say Something.”
In 2017 Hadwin performed Tina Turner’s hit single, “Nutbush City Limits” in the audition for “The Voice Kids UK.” Her version was well-praised and was quickly chosen by Judge Danny Jones. She sang “Dancing in the Street” in the contest round.
Hadwin performed James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good)” in her semi-final. In July 2017, Hadwin sang “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” in her final but was eliminated from the competition. However, she managed to reach the top 6 on “The Voice Kids UK.”
Courtney Hadwin as seen in an Instagram Post (CourtneyHadwin /Instagram)
In 2018 Hadwin gave an audition for “America’s Got Talent” in its 13th season. At first, she sang Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle.” Her outstanding performance forced judge Hoy Mandal to give her a Golden Buzzer, sending her straight to the live concerts.
Hadwin’s audition video went viral on AGT’s YouTube channel, amassing over 50 million views within five months of its upload. Following her success, she returned to the show in August 2018 for AGT’s quarter-finals. She sang James Brown’s “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag.”
In September, she performed Steppenwolf’s “Born to Be Wild” in the semi-final. During the finals, Hadwin sang Tina Turner’s “River Deep – Mountain High.” She followed this up by performing “Piece of My Heart” on the results show but didn’t manage to achieve the title of “America’s Got Talent.”
In July 2017, Hadwin got a chance to perform as an opening act at a South Tyneside Festival concert for the musical vocal group, Sister Sledge. On that show, she performed in front of over 18,000 audiences. From that point on she continued to perform live at different concerts including, the U-Support event.
In December 2018 the famous television celebrity, Simon Cowell, gave offered Hadwin to sign a record deal with his label, “Syco Entertainment and Arista Records.” She made a deal and dropped her debut album, “The Cover Sessions” in October 2019.
As a contestant, Hadwin made her appearance on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” performing her single, “Pretty Little Thing.” She earned the title of “one of the 50 top contestants in all the AGT shows across 194 nations.”
- The Voice Kids UK 2017
- The 13th season of America’s Got Talent
- America’s Got Talent: The Champions
- Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle,” (Audition video)
- The Cover Sessions, (First Album, 2019)
- Sucker, (Song, 2019)