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Diana Vickers Net Worth 2024: Career, Fashion, Philanthropy



Diana Vickers net worth

What is Diana Vickers net worth?

Diana Vickers net worth 2024 is valued at $2 million according to sources. She is an English singer, songwriter and actress from Accrington. Diana is also an actress after making her debut acting in a movie titled “The Perfect Wave”.

Net Worth$2 million
Date of birth30 July 1991
Full name Diana Vickers
OccupationProfessional Musician
Accrington, Lancashire,

Diana Vickers Net Worth and Biography

Diana Vickers, the English singer, songwriter, and actress from Accrington, has a net worth of $2 million. In addition to her successful music career, Diana has ventured into acting, making her debut in the film The Perfect Wave.

Diana was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. She studied for A Levels in Theatre Studies, Classics and Psychology at Westholme School in Blackburn.

Diana Vickers net worth

Vickers has been singing since the age of 11, taking singing lessons and participating in local competitions, but did not sing professionally before adulthood

Diana Vickers Music career

In 2008 Vickers auditioned for the fifth series of The X Factor and was selected or the live shows. She was mentored by  Cheryl Cole in the girls’ category alongside Alexandra Burke and Laura White.

Diana’s first live show brought about mixture of feelings. While some priased her for her talent, others criticized her. Her hand gestures on stage earned her the nickname “The Claw”.

In week five of the live show stages, Vickers did not perform due to a bout of laryngitis. She had wanted to perform the Mariah Carey song “Always Be My Baby”, but her doctor advised her not to, saying Vickers could do permanent damage to her vocal cords. This was the first time on the show that the producers had excused any act from performing.

Diana Vickers net worth 2024 is valued at $2 million

In week six, Vickers returned to the programme performing Coldplay’s “Yellow”, which received a negative reaction from the judges; Dannii Minogue commented that she didn’t “love the song choice”, while Cowell suggested Vickers was still not well enough to perform. In week seven, Vickers performed Take That’s “Patience” commenting that she now felt 100%.

In the semi-final of the competition, Vickers performed Avril Lavigne’s “Girlfriend” as her first song for which she received positive comments from the judges, including Cheryl Cole’s comment that “she had got that sparkle back”.

Vickers followed this with Dido’s “White Flag” but was voted out of the competition. She performed a reprise of “White Flag”, where her fellow singers joined her on stage in a memorably emotional moment.

She became the ninth contestant eliminated overall. Following the end of the series, she went on tour with the rest of the top eight contestants on The X Factor Live tour between February and March 2009.

Career After X Factor

Vickers signed to Sony Music’s RCA Records. She began work on her debut album in January 2009.

She worked with Cathy Dennis, Eg White, Nerina Pallot, Ellie Goulding, Guy Sigsworth, Chris Braide, Savan Kotecha, Starsmith, Patrick Wolf, and Dev Hynes.

Vickers’ debut single, “Once”, was written by Cathy Dennis and Eg White and produced by Mike Spencer. 

During mid 2010, Vickers performed at numerous music festivals such as the Freedom Festival, iTunes Festival among others.

Vickers’ second album, Music to Make Boys Cry, was released in September 2013, later than anticipated due to Vickers starring in an independent film titled The Perfect Wave.

The album charted at number 37 on the UK Albums Chart and reached the top ten on the UK Indie Chart.

From January 2023, Vickers starred as Shelby in a production of Steel Magnolias at the Richmond Theatre, London. Vickers appeared alongside Laura Main, Lucy Speed, Caroline Harker and Elizabeth Ayodele.

Acting career

Vickers made her professional acting debut in the title role of a newly revived West End production of Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice in October 2009 at the Vaudeville Theatre, on The Strand, London.

 She played Little Voice, impersonating singers such as Shirley Bassey, Edith Piaf and Judy Garland.

From 2021-2022, Vickers starred in a production tour of Frederick Knott’s show of Dial M For Murder playing the role of Sheila.


Vickers’ fashion sense has been described as boho-chic and hippie-influenced. Her trademark style includes messy, back-combed “bird’s nest” hair and vintage inspired clothing. 

In October 2009, she was awarded “Fashionista of the Week” in The Guardian and in June 2010, she was nominated for “Best Dressed Woman of The Year” at The Clothes Show Style Awards 2010. Vickers’ approach to fashion has received praise from Grazia.


In March 2010, Vickers supported JLS for a charity performance in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall in London to raise money for teenagers who are suffering from cancer.

In July 2010, Vickers performed at a charity event “Give Tilly a Hand”, helping to raise funds in a charity evening for meningitis victim Tilly Lockley.

 For anti-bullying week 2010 in the UK, Vickers uploaded a video to her official website encouraging young people to stand up to bullies.

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 In September 2010, Vickers played an intimate gig as part of the month-long Oxjam Festival, which raised money in support of charity Oxfam.

In March 2011, Vickers launched an eBay competition on behalf of Comic Relief, which encouraged people to bid to become Vickers’ Twitter “best friend”.

Diana Vickers Net Worth

Diana Vickers net worth 2024 is valued at $2 million according to sources. She is an English singer, songwriter and actress from Accrington.