Agnieszka Chylińska certainly cannot complain about her earnings.
As the “Super Express” portal reminds us, Agnieszka Chylińska has been present on the Polish music scene since the 1990s. She gained popularity thanks to her performances in the band O.N.A., then she decided to choose a solo career. Over the years, it has earned the status of one of the greatest stars in our country. What earnings can the singer count on?
Agnieszka Chylińska has no reason to complain
Agnieszka Chylińska was only 19 years old when she managed to win the hearts of the Polish audience. Initially, she performed in the band O.N.A., but over time she decided to perform solo under her own name. Now he not only sings, but is involved in many other projects, thanks to which, in financial matters, there is no reason to complain.
Portal “Pomponik” calculated the star's earnings and it must be admitted that that they make a great impression. As a member of the band O.N.A. she could not count on particularly large salaries. In one of the interviews she admitted that in those days people from her surroundings were supposed to earn money on her. Now the artist works on her own account.
Recognition and crowds of admirers make the artist play a lot of concerts. The information provided by the portal “Pomponik” shows that for one concert Chylińska collects from 30 to even 70 thousand. zloty. During the tour, it occurs on average in 20 localities in the country. He will be starting his tour again soon.
Not only music
Agnieszka Chylińska earns money not only from her music, but also other activities. For many years he has been a member of the jury of the “Got Talent” program. He is to collect up to 200,000 for participating in the show. PLN for the season.
There is also money from the sale of records and books for children, which Chylińska is the author. Doch & oacute; d also brings her advertising activities – it is enough to recall the fact that the singer appeared in advertisements for one of the largest mobile networks in Poland.
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