Does Miley Cyrus Have A Higher Net Worth Than Liam Hemsworth?

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were both recognized names in Hollywood at the start of their 10-year off-and-on relationship. The two met during their youth while filming the 2010 movie The Last Song and started dating after hitting it off, The Insider reported. Cyrus was just 18 years old and making waves as a young pop star following her child stardom on Hannah Montana, while Hemsworth was a 20-year-old rising actor.

By the time Hemsworth filed for divorce from Cyrus in August 2019, he had already appeared in over 15 movies, including all four of The Hunger Games films as well as The Expendables 2, and Independence Day: ResurgenceMeanwhile, Cyrus was an international superstar, having sold millions of records, toured worldwide, won a number of awards, hosted the 2015 MTV VMAs, and coached two seasons on The Voice, (via Biography). It might come as a no-brainer which of the two was the breadwinner in their eight-month marriage; keep reading after the jump to see whether Miley Cyrus or Liam Hemsworth has a higher net worth. 

Miley Cyrus has a $160 million dollar career

In March 2020, just seven months after Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce from the "Wrecking Ball" singer, Miley Cyrus' net worth was estimated at around $160 million, Business Insider reported. She accumulated her wealth through her record and ticket sales, as well as various endorsement deals including a management deal with WME, as noted by The Things. She earned $15,000 an episode during her time starring as Hannah Montana and made even more touring as the popular Disney character. She reportedly earned $13 million per episode she coached on two seasons of The Voice, as well as earning over $60 million from her 2013 Bangerz world tour. She also embarked on the real estate game early, purchasing a $5.8 million mansion in Tennessee as well as a $2.5 million Malibu home she was ultimately forced to sell after the 2019 wildfires.

Hemsworth on the other hand, had an estimated net worth of $26 million in September 2020, per CapitalFM. His 10 years' worth of movie-making helped him rake in the millions, but not nearly as much as his pop star ex-wife. Despite the success of Hemsworth's films, Cyrus still outpaces him thanks to her multiple albums, endorsement deals, and concert tours.