Niall Horan Net Worth: See the Successful Career of the Former One Direction Member

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Niall Horan is best known for being a member of the English-Irish pop band One Direction. He has also made a successful solo career after the group took an indefinite hiatus.

As he continuously makes a big name in the business, take a look at Horan's life, career, and net worth.

Niall Horan's Career

The singer-songwriter started in the business by auditioning on the singing competition The X Factor in 2010. At the time, he was only 16 years old.

The group One Direction was formed from there, along with Harry Styles, Zayn, Louis Tomlinson, and Liam Payne, thanks to Simon Cowell. They went on to release five albums and became one of the best-selling boy bands of all time.

However, come 2016, 1D took an indefinite hiatus, prompting him to launch a solo career.

Horan signed a recording deal as a solo artist with Capitol Records and has since released two albums: Flicker in 2017 and Heartbreak Weather in 2020.

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The first album debuted at number one in Ireland and the U.S. and made it to the top three in the U.K. and Australia.

Its first two singles, "This Town" and "Slow Hands," reached the top 20 in more countries.

Alternatively, the second album debuted at number one in the U.K., Ireland, and Mexico and came at number four in the U.S.

His third album, The Show, is coming up in June 2023, while its two singles, "Heaven" and "Meltdown," already dropped in February and April this year, respectively.

With this huge series of successes, Horan has amassed a net worth of $70 million.

Niall Horan Wins The Voice in His First Season

Horan won his first season of The Voice, defeating his TV dad, Blake Shelton.

Despite being a first-time coach, he managed to nab a win during the season 23 finale on Tuesday, May 23.

His Team Niall singer, Gina Miles, won over Team Blake's Grace West in what the host Carson Daly called "the smallest margin of victory" in the show's history.

Shelton aimed for a record-extending 10th victory in his final season before officially leaving the hit NBC singing competition.

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But the show's newbie managed to outshine the pro.

"He said, 'I taught you everything you know!'" Horan told Entertainment Tonight backstage after the show's finale while recalling the master's reaction.

"That's not even a joke," he continued. "It was such a special night for him, but it was also fantastic to kick that man out the door."

With the big win, the "Put a Little Love on Me" hitmaker praised his bet and promised to help her further her career.

He also wanted this moment to keep going for the young singer.

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"I can't think of a bad performance she's put in," he added.

"It's tough out there. It's not easy for any of us," Horan went on. "But I'm going to try and make sure that Gina gets looked after, get her in the right rooms, let her write from her heart, and see what happens."

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