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Giusy Ferreri (Giuseppa Gaetana Ferreri) was born on 18 April, 1979 in Palermo, Italy, is an Italian singer-songwriter. At 41 years old, Giusy Ferreri height is 5 ft 1 in (154.9 cm).

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Popular As Giuseppa Gaetana Ferreri
Occupation N/A
Age 41 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 18 April 1979
Birthday 18 April
Birthplace Palermo, Italy
Nationality Italy

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Children Beatrice Bonomo

Giusy Ferreri Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Giusy Ferreri worth at the age of 41 years old? Giusy Ferreriā€™s income source is mostly from being a successful Songwriter. She is from Italy. We have estimated Giusy Ferreri's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Songwriter

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In January 2019 Giusy released "Le cose che canto": the song was written by Dario Faini and Tommaso Paradiso. In May 2019 the collaboration with Tagaki and Ketra continued and together with Omi. They released the single "Jambo" that reached number one after three weeks. The song stayed at number one for two weeks and has been certified double platinum for selling more than 150,000 copies. In November 2019 she released the song "Momenti perfetti", written by Roberto Casalino and Niccolò Verrienti.


In the summer 2018, Tagaki and Ketra chose Ferreri to be the female voice of the song "Amore e Capoeira", which spent 12 weeks at number one of the Italian Charts and reached the number 2 in Switzerland. The single was certified 5 times Platinum for selling more than 250,000 copies. The song won the "Wind Summer Festival" and was awarded as the "Song of the Summer 2018". The "Girotondo Live Tour" tour started in the beginning of May in Tuscany.


In 2017 Giusy came back to Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Fa talmente male" and published the album "Girotondo" which debut and peaked at number 11. The second single "Partiti adesso" reached the number 1 of the Italian Airplay Charts and was certified platinum by FIMI. The third single "L'amore mi perseguita" featuring Tiromancino peaked at number six of the Italian Airplay charts. Giusy took part to the seventeenth edition of the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi. She was one of the teacher/judges together with Rudy Zerbi, Paola Turci, Alessandra Celentano and Veronica Peparini.


After participating with Sanremo for the single "Ti porto a cena con me", Giusy published the album "L'attesa" which debuted and peaked at number 4 of the Italian Charts. Her second single "La bevanda ha un retrogusto amaro", failed to enter in the charts. In 2015 she came back with Baby K for the single "Roma-Bangkok". The song was extremely successful in many countries of Europe. It remained on the top of the Italian chart for eleven consecutive weeks and later was certified "Diamond" in Italy for selling more than 500.000 copies in the country. "Roma Bangkok" was the best selling hit of 2015 and so far it is the Most Italian Video Watched in Tube with more than 250.000.000 viewers. In November of the same year Giusy published her first greatest hits, Hits, which was certified "Gold" for selling more than 25.000 copies. The lead single "Volevo te" reached the number 2 of the Italian Airplay charts and it was certified platinum by FIMI.


On 16 February 2011 her third studio album was released across Europe, debuting at #13 and peaked at #11 on the Italian FIMI albums chart and #98 on the Swiss Album chart. The first single is "Il mare immenso" released on the very same day, written by Bungaro. The first single taken from her third studio album debuted at #8 and peaked at #6 on the FIMI Top 10 Singles Chart. "Il mare immenso" stayed for three months in the top fifty of the FIMI Singles Charts and peaked at number 5 of the Italian Radio Airplay Chart. Eventually the song was awarded as the Best Sanremo Song at the "Premio Lunezia". The second and third single "Piccoli Dettagli" and "Noi brave ragazze" were written by Bungaro. "Piccoli Dettagli" was chosen as the "Song of the summer" after a survey made by Skytv


In her second studio album, Ferreri records cover versions of some of her favourite (Italian and international) artists: "La magia è la mia amante (I Was Made to Love Magic)" by Nick Drake, "Con una rosa" by Vinicio Capossela and Paolo Benvegnù, "Il mare verticale (Portrait the Sea)" by Jerome Kern, "Yesterdays" (song played in the past by Billie Holiday), "Ciao amore ciao" by Luigi Tenco and Estate by Bruno Martino. In 2010 the rapper Marracash and Ferreri released the single "Rivincita" . The song was the single from the Marracash album "Fino a qui tutto bene".


On 20 November 2009 her second studio album was released across Europe, debuting at #10 on the Italian FIMI albums chart. The first single is a cover of "Ma il cielo è sempre più blu" by Rino Gaetano.


In June 2008, Sony BMG Italy released the debut EP by Ferreri, which includes her first single "Non ti Scordar mai di me" written by Italian pop singer Tiziano Ferro, and five covers of classic songs from the 1960s and 1970s. The single held the number one position of the Italian singles chart for fifteen consecutive weeks, becoming one of the most successful tracks ever on that chart. The album debuted at the top spot of the Italian album chart and stayed there for eleven consecutive weeks. It went on to be certified 4x platinum denoting over 314,000 copies shipped. She is considered to be the Italian version of Linda Perry.

In October 2008, the song Novembre, the first single from Ferreri's official debut album Gaetana, was released. The tune debuted at number one in Italy and held the top for eight weeks so far. The album was released on 14 November 2008. It debuted at number one on the iTunes Italy chart and subsequently peaked at #2 on the Italian FIMI albums chart, behind Laura Pausini's album "Primavera anticipata", selling over 80,000 copies in its first week of release. The album sold so far over 706,000 copies in Italy and Greece and was cerified "Diamond" by FIMI for selling more than 350.000 copies in the country. The second single from the album, "Stai fermo lì", was announced on 8 January 2009 and was released in Italy on 16 January 2009. The third single off the album was "La Scala (The Ladder)", originally written by Linda Perry and translated in Italian by singer Tiziano Ferro. The song peaking at #27 on the FIMI singles chart and at #49 on the Greece Singles Chart.


Giusy Ferreri (Italian: [ˈdʒuːzi ferˈrɛːri] ; born Giuseppa Gaetana Ferreri on 17 April 1979) is an Italian singer-songwriter. In 2008, Ferreri took part at the first Italian edition of the talent show X Factor, in which she came in second place.