German singer and songwriter Lena Meyer-Landrut has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Born in Hanover, Germany in May 1991. She gained public recognition after winning the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Satellite”. Lena’s very first studio album My Cassette Player was also released in thesame year, and it went 5x Gold, peaked at #1 in Germany and Austria, and hit #3, #4 and #5 in Switzerland, Greece and Sweden respectively. In 2011 the singer released her second studio album Good News, which was certified Platinum and peaked at #1 in her native country. She then went on to launch her third album Stardust in 2012 and her fourth album Crystal Sky three years later, with both albums hitting #2 in Germany. Lena’s most successful single “Satellite” peaked at #1 in many nations including Germany, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, and Switzerland. She has also had success with the likes of “Touch a New Day”, “Neon (Lonely People)”, “What a Man”, “Stardust”, “Mr. Arrow Key”, “Taken by a Stranger”, and “Traffic Lights”. So far, she has claimed four MTV Europe Music Awards.