Calum Scott Net Worth

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Calum-Scott

Net Worth: $2 million
Age: 26
Full name: Calum Scott
Born: 12 October, 1988
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter
Last Updated: 2018

 

Calum Scott’s Intro

Possessing such an outstanding voice, there’s no second to the reason why the British singer, as well as songwriter Calum Scott, has accumulated millions of hearts.

Many wonder who this British native singer is.

Calum is best known for covering Robyn’s “Dancing on my Own” and came to worldwide attention when he appeared as a contestant on the reality television show; Britain’s Got Talent in 2015 and won the competition.

Added to his profile, he has also given numerous hits on You’re the Reason song.

Calum Scott is a young and emerging British singer and songwriter.

Born on 12 October 1988, Calum Scott’s hometown is in Kingston Upon Hull, England.

He is Native British belonging to English ethnicity. His zodiac sign is Libra.

He is the son of Scott family, but his parent information is unknown.

However, he was brought up along with his sister by his mother after their father left the family to move to Canada.

As a single mother, it was hard to raise him and his sister along with her job.

Raised in the difficult period of their life, Calum and his sister found comfort in music and began singing.

Moreover, he got his education form Hessle High School. His height says 1.91m while that of his weight is 79kg.

In his family, he has a sibling; his sister Jade who is as a known singer.

Before coming to BGT, he used to work as a recruitment officer with the city council to support his family.

Calum Scott’s Net Worth 2018

How rich is Calum Scott?

According to authoritative sources, this singer has an estimated net worth of $2 million in 2018.

As a British singer and songwriter, he has undoubtedly accumulated a huge amount of income per year from his five years long career in the mentioned field.

Calum Scott’s Professional Life and Career

Calum’s pursuit for his singing began in 2011. On 15 August, 2013, he won his very first competition, a talent competition named Mail’s Star Search, which was organized by Hull Daily Mail.

After that, he then joined a Maroon 5 tribute band, the Maroon 4, and became the lead singer, and toured around the United Kingdom.

In 2014, he went further in his career by forming an electronic duo The “Experiment with John McIntyre” and released his very first single “Girl (You’re Beautiful)” on 14 June of the same year.

Further, they performed the song on Good Morning Britain and BBC Look North which garnered fame on social media.

Afterwards, the duo started their separate singing career, thereby broke up

On 11 April 2015, Calum was auditioned for the ninth series of Britain’s Got Talent and it was broadcasted on ITV. J

Just before his audition, his sister Jade was also auditioned, but was stopped early on both of her songs by Simon Cowell.

Jade received three “No” votes from Amanda, David, and Simon (Aleisha’s vote was unannounced as it was not needed).

Despite being enraged at seeing his sister get rejected, Calum performed a cover of Robyn’s “Dancing on My Own “, which he had heard Kings of Leon performing on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge in 2013.

It was welcomed by a standing ovation from the judging panel after his performance, Simon Cowell pressed the Golden Buzzer giving Scott an automatic place in the live shows.

When he was asked to give an explanation to his decision to send Scott straight to the semi-finals, Cowell said: “I’ve never ever in all the years I’ve done this show heard a guy with the talent you’ve got. Seriously.

He also said the version was unique, and that shows to me that you’re more than a singer, you’re an artist and that’s why you got that (the buzzer).”

After this audition, good enough for him, he received support from stars such as Little Mix and Ashton Kutcher.

After his first audition round, he got the ticket straight to the semi-finals.

Later, he won the BGT ninth season that made history indeed.

Soon after his win, on 15 April 2016, Scott released one among the rest that makes his album, the cover of “Dancing on My Own.”

Following his appearance on the show’s first episode, his Twitter followers shot up from 400 to over 25,000 and that was a colossal increment.

As of 23 April 2018, the audition has been viewed exactly 157,597,549 times on YouTube.

In the semi-final on 29 May, Scott performed “We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off “by Jermaine Stewart.

Cowell connoted “You really sound like a recording artist”, whilst David Williams suggested that he could have “success around the world”.

As expected, he won the semi-final with 25.6% of the vote, sending him straight through to the final.

In the final on 31 May, Scott performed “Diamonds” by Rihanna and ended up sixth out of 12 contestants with 8.2% of the total votes.

After Britain’s Got Talent, Scott embarked on a series of shows around the United Kingdom, including Viking FM Future Star Awards, Flamingo Land Resort Fair, Westwood Cross Shopping Centre’s tenth anniversary, Gibraltar Summer Nights, Hull Daily Mail’s Star and Dartford Festival.

Scott released his cover of “Dancing on My Own” independently on 15 April 2016.

It instantly became a sleeper hit, first hitting number 40 in the charts in May, despite little radio airplay apart from on West Hull FM, it climbed into the top 40.

As of 5 August, it had reached number two on the UK Singles Chart as it was then added to Radio 2’s “C List”.

In August 2016, it was certified platinum in the United Kingdom having sold over 600,000 copies.

As announced by Scott on Twitter on 24 May, he signed a record deal with Capitol Records for his debut album.

Scott performed the song at television shows BBC Look North, Lorraine, Weekend, Late Night with Seth Meyers and Brazilian show Encontro com Fátima Bernard’s.

The song was highly promoted on several radio stations, including BBC Radio Humberside, Viking FM , Radio Gibraltar, BFBS Radio and Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation. On 16 September, he released the promotional single/official theme “Transformer” with Ivete Sangalo, Brazilian recording artist, as official theme of 2016 Summer Paralympics Games.

The duo performed the song at the closing ceremony of the Paralympics on 18 September.

It was revealed in September 2016 that his track “Dancing on My Own” was the most downloaded song of the summer in the UK.

In 2017, he made sure he toured the US and released the single “You Are the Reason “.

Also in 2017, he began working on his long anticipated debut album, Only Human, which was released later on.

In 9 March 2018, he began working on his debut album, Only Human, also in 2017.

A new version of “You Are the Reason” was released ahead of the album in early 2018 as a collaboration with Leona Lewis, and was performed by the two on The One Show in February 2018.

In May, Scott released “What I Miss Most” as the fourth single from Only Human.

Calum’s Dancing on My Own, at the 2017 Brit Awards, was nominated for the British Single of the Year award.

Other singles he has released include Rhythm Inside and You Are The Reason, which he has recently re-recorded with Leona Lewis, his friend.

Calum Scott’s Album

These are Calum Scott’s Popular Songs

  • You Are the Reason
  • Dancing on My Own
  • If Our Love Is Wrong
  • What I Miss Most
  • Come Back Home
  • Only You
  • Rhythm Inside
  • Dancing on my Own (Tiësto Remix)
  • You Are The Reason (French Duet Version)
  • Hotel Room

Is Calum Scott Married?

Calum Scott, in May 2015, made known his romantic relationship with a beautiful girl. He and his girlfriend began dating love life began in 2013.

However, due to chronic bitterness and constant quarrels in their relationship, they broke up.

Moreover, speculating through his Instagram post, he often shares pictures together with Leona Lewis.

On 16 June 2018, he uploaded a photo of himself and Leona Lewis and said, “Miss my babe already @leonalewis you bring out the best and worst of me!”

So, they aren’t dating each other, and Leona Lewis is not Calum’s girlfriend…she’s just a friend of his.

Is Calum Scott Gay?

As one famous in his career, lot’s of people are after knowing how true this assertion that he’s a gay.

Calum is openly gay, and revealed to Attitude magazine in 2016 that he became more open about his sexuality as his fame grew.

He said: “I would like to write a song that inspires people to be themselves.” Calum said he hoped the new album, due to be released in 2017, will be an anthem for the LGBT community.

He said as he became more successful, he was more open about discussing his sexuality.

“I went through a rough period when I was younger with my friends when I tried to talk to them about it.

It makes me perturbed when I talk about myself and who I am, because I feel like I’m going to lose people.

For me, that’s always stopped me from talking to people about it.” Said Calum

All his life, Calum had difficulties regarding his sexual orientation.

When he was 15, he opened up about being a gay to his family members but didn’t disclose to the broader audiences.

However, later his appearance in Britain’s Got Talent, his sexuality didn’t remain hidden for long, it was obvious as he became more successful.

The rising British singer has over time shared his struggle coming to the term that he was a gay and was troubled all through his childhood by that fact.

However, Calum Scott did admit that everyone had been overly supportive regarding his sexuality once he opened up.

Moreover, he is a good acquaintance to gay singer Sam Smith, whom he credited for helping and supporting with his sexuality.

He, Calum, once again in March 2018, announced that had failed relationship, this time with a guy.

In spite of admitting that his boyfriend was lovely, his job and time led him to being unable to commit to his partner for eternity which gave the relationship a split up and he opened up to making future boyfriends.

Calum Scott doesn’t say much about his private life.

He’s active on social media- Instagram and Twitter, and is followed by 182,000 people and 152,000 people respectively.

He is known as a gay though he had  previously been in relationships with women.

BGT Bonds Father and Son

Calum Scott’s performance on Britain’s Got Talent has helped him finally build a relationship with his estranged dad.

The Hull singer, 26, was just two when his father Kevin moved to Canada after splitting from his mum Debbie.

Calum has only set his eyes on his dad a handful of times over the past two decades but his success has brought them close and he has BGT to thank for this.

He said: “He’s lived in Canada for as long as I can remember. And it’s not like he can come back easily.”

“But since I started doing Britain’s Got Talent we’ve started talking a lot more. It’s the first time he’s ever seen me perform in his life.

“He’s been really supportive.”

Despite Kevin’s being desperate to be in the audience for Calum’s semi-final heat, which saw him win a place in the big final he wasn’t able to be there in person due to the high cost of the flight ticket.

According to Calum, his dad’s been watching the show over in Canada and they’ve been speaking all the time. “He’s been taking a real interest in all my success on the show.” Said Calum.

“He was hoping to be here for the semi-finals but it couldn’t happen in the end. But he’s so proud of me.”

Calum was a massive hit with viewers when his audition aired at the start of the series a month away from this time.

His mum, Debbie, was strongly by his side throughout his time on the ITV show.

Calum said: “I wanted my mum there through it all. We’re really strong together. We’re so close and we work so well.”

“Sometimes we actually forget about the extended family because we are so close. We’re like best friends.”

Hull lad Calum was second favorite to be crowned winner in the final and bag a slot at the Royal Variety Performance.

But as predicted by shown sources, he was set to be signed by a major label even if he didn’t snatch victory.

Hull singer Calum Scott has revealed his new material has been inspired by the moment he came out to his dad

Since, after Calum’s appearance on BGT and singing for Capitol Records, he has shot to stardom.

He has spent time in America and is currently working on his new album.

The rising star, in a revealing interview with Attitude magazine, the leading gay publication in the United Kingdom, discussed where his inspiration for new music came from.

He said: “One of the songs [I’m working on] that is most personal is about when I came out to my dad – that was a big personal one for me.”

“There have been a few of my friends that I’ve shown it to, and when I’ve said it’s about this they say ‘Oh my god I would never have guessed’.

That’s the strange thing with songwriters; they write a song and then listeners make their own interpretation.

“With this particular song, it’s about casting your fear aside. When you listen to it initially it could be about relationships, but the story behind it is about my dad.

A couple of my mates who now know the context behind it are quite taken back by it because it’s real. It’s about real stuff.”

After appearing on Britain’s Got Talent last year, Calum was initially disappointed about not being signed with Simon Cowell’s record label.

But since his rendition of Dancing On My Own reached number two and remained in the top three four months after its release, he has been working with Capitol Records to release new content.

Upcoming Concerts

Calum Scott has the following upcoming concerts

  • Tuesday 11 September 2018

With Pentatonix

Stir Cove, Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel, Council Bluffs, IA, US.

  • Tuesday 23 October 2018

PowerStation, Auckland, New Zealand

  • Thursday 25 October 2018

The Tivoli , Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia

  • Friday 26 October 2018

Metro Theatre , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Saturday 27 October 2018

Max Watt’s – Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

 

Conclusion

Calum is still one great singer and his openness about his sexuality may have helped him a lot.

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