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Lorielle London was born on 24 December, 1983 in Birkenfeld, Germany.
|Age||37 years old|
|Born||24 December 1983|
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Lorielle London Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Lorielle London worth at the age of 37 years old? Lorielle London’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Germany. We have estimated Lorielle London’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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In 2012 Lorielle London appeared on the RTL – Show Total Blackout. Where she won against candidates like Roberto Blanco and Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht and eventually became “Queen of dark“ She also worked as a Reporter on the RTL Nitro show called ‘Ich bin ein star holt mich hier raus- das Magazin” in 2013, where she reported daily on current events.
The television production company Norddeich TV hired her in 2011 for a show called “Die Schulermittler” (the school investigators) to coach a young Transsexual.The show aired on 19 October 2011 on RTL In the same year she moved to London with her partner.
In January 2009 Lorielle entered as a contestant on the German version of ‘I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here’ on RTL Television. Despite all preconceptions, one of the most respected German newspapers named ‘FAZ’ described her performance as “human, vulnerable and real“. In the end she finished second behind actress Ingrid van Bergen.
Since then she has been active as a TV host, reporter and co-anchor. RTL hired Lorielle as a red carpet correspondent for the Echo Award ceremony (the biggest German music award ceremony) She interviewed celebrity’s such as Taylor Swift and Lionel Richie, to name a few. For the German Idol Finale 2009, she returned for the special “Night of the Superstars” this time as backstage reporter. As a celebrity guest and co-host on “Big Brother” Germany, she co-hosted with TV presenter Miriam Pielhau and later made two more celebrity-guest appearances on Big Brother in 2010.
In autumn of 2006 Lorielle London came out publicly as transgender and announced that her artist name for the future would be ‘Lory Glory’. In addition, she underwent feminisation surgery. The gospel singer ‘Lori Hölzel’ with the artist name ‘Lori Glori’ procured a court order that forbade Lorielle from using that particular choice of name due to likelihood of confusion. The transgender entertainer then became “Lorielle London”.
After leaving German Idol the interest in her as an entertainer remained. She appeared in different series, shows and numerous celebrity and lifestyle-news broadcasts. In 2004, Lorielle, among others, entered the reality TV show “Die Alm” (The Farm) . Die Alm which, after initial airing received low ratings, increased its viewership dramatically once Lorielle was hired. The television network Pro7 then decided to extend the series by an extra week and Lorielle remained until the final. Following the program Lorielle regularly appeared on various tabloid shows on Sat.1. Such as “Das Sat.1 Frühstücksfernsehen” (German Morning Show). She made her acting debut in 2006, in a comedy remake of ‘little red riding hood’. The Movie was released under the title “Die ProSieben Märchenstunde: Rotkäpchen – Wege zum Glück” .
Under her former name “Lorenzo”, Lorielle entered as a contestant for the second season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar (German Idol) in 2003. After not making it through in the first season, she applied the following season with the song I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder and eventually finished in tenth place out of 40,000 applicants. Although her singing talent was prominent, she attracted attention with her androgynous appearance and gestures that were often discussed and ridiculed in satirical programs. Lorielle says that she had to learn how to accept this new image very quickly that was contrary to her previous life as an artist.
Lorielle London (born 24 December 1983 in Birkenfeld, Germany; birth name Lorenzo Woodard) is a German transgender entertainer.
Lorielle London was born in 1983 in Birkenfeld to a German fashion seamstress and an American soldier and grew up in nearby Baumholder.