Harry Styles invests £7million with sell-out global Love On Tour after becoming artist with most played single of 2022
- The singer’s business Erskine Touring Ltd has £12,663,01m in the bank – up from £5.7m last year
- The company earned just £16 million
- Harry, 28, is set to earn even more as the accounts only cover the first six months of his tour – with earnings for the last 18 months yet to be added
Harry Styles is on a winning streak after earning £7million in the past year – thanks to his worldwide sellout Love On Tour.
The 28-year-old singer, who is still set to perform a number of dates in the coming months, has more than doubled his current wealth in his company’s account, figures show.
Harry’s business Erskine Touring Ltd has £12,663,01 million in the bank – up from £5.7 million on the previous year.
In the bank: Harry Styles is on a winning streak as it is revealed he has made £7million in the past year thanks to worldwide sales of his Love On Tour
The company earned only £16 million – £3.3 million of which was owed to creditors.
And the One Direction star is set to earn even more as the accounts only cover the first six months of his tour, until March 2022, meaning his earnings for the final 18 months have yet to be added up.
Based on an analysis of figures by the Official Charts Company of the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), it comes as the most listened-to single of the year by Harry in the UK.
Impressive: The 28-year-old singer, who is still set to perform a number of dates in the coming months, has more than doubled his current wealth in his company’s account, figures show
It was streamed 180.9 million times and spent ten consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the UK and 15 weeks in the top spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 – a record for a British artist.
Harry has had a busy year and has enjoyed major moments in his music and acting career, including releasing his third solo album and topping the charts around the world.
The singer has continued to enjoy great musical success, particularly in the US, where he became the first solo artist to spend at least 15 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. He has also been nominated for six Grammy Awards.
Top spot: Harry’s smash hit As It Was was the most listened-to single of the year in the UK. It was streamed 180.9 million times and spent ten consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the UK
The Watermelon Sugar star also ventured onto the big screen, starring in the drama Don’t Worry Darling and the romantic drama My Policeman.
But not everything has been plain sailing for the former X Factor contestant, with allegations of ‘queer baiting’ erupting online once again – not helped by his scathing comments on gay sex during the press tour for My Policeman.
He’s also been far from critical of both of his films this year, including Don’t Worry Darling, which many said failed to hold his own against Oscar-nominee Florence Pugh — whose director of the flick and Harry had a feud with then-girlfriend Olivia made far more headlines than the actual content of the film.
He was also criticized for an advertising campaign for Gucci, in which he poses in a teddy-bear T-shirt next to a child’s bed, just weeks after the fashion house’s sister brand Balenciaga was embroiled in a child imagery scandal. I was stuck.
Gucci is owned by The Kering Group, which also owns the troubled Balenciaga.
Neither Gucci nor Kering have commented on the criticism of the Harry Styles campaign.
Oh no! But things haven’t been simple for the former X Factor contestant who was also criticized for a Gucci ad campaign in which he poses in a T-shirt next to a baby’s bed.
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