Tove Lo Merch

Personal Life

An interview and profile of Tove Lo in W magazine in October 2016 referred to her as “openly bisexual”, citing that as one of several identifiers “she once took for granted but are now very much part of her public persona.”In an interview with Attitude in January 2017, Lo referred to her own bisexuality: “Being open and owning my sexuality in both ways—with both men and women—I think that’s just never been a big deal”, adding that she was very lucky growing up in a liberal country. In March the same year, the singer gave an interview with Out magazine, stating she had never been in a relationship with a woman.

On 26 July 2020, Lo announced on her Instagram story that she and her boyfriend Charlie Twaddle got married. Lo later posted pictures of the wedding on her Instagram with a caption where she states that she is “the happiest she has ever been”.

Tove Lo Merch


Lo released her debut album Queen of the Clouds in 2014. In the U.S., her song “Habits (Stay High)” became a sleeper hit and ended up peaking at No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. “Talking Body,” the second single from the album, peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100. The album itself debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Since then, Lo has released three more studio albums: Lady Wood, Blue Lips, and Sunshine Kitty. As a songwriter, she notably co-wrote Lorde’s “Homemade Dynamite” and Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me like You Do.”

Her work on “Love Me like You Do” earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song.

Tove Lo Merch Net worth

With her multiple albums, singles, and collaborations, Lo has a pretty high net worth estimate. According to celebritynetworth .com, her net worth is $9 million.

In an interview with GQ, Lo described the first time she ever made money from her music.

“The memory that sticks out here relates to when I was working as a personal assistant for a vocal coach in Stockholm – she’s a bit mad but a very talented woman and it was amazing to learn from her – while doing cover gigs, back-up singing and sessions on the side.

I remember the feeling of quitting that job and realising, ‘Wow, I’m only doing music now – maybe not what I want to be doing, but I can pay my rent and eat.’ I was 22 and it felt incredible,” she said.

She went on to describe the first time she had the opportunity to freely spend one of her paychecks.

“When I got signed to Warner Chappell as a songwriter and I got my first advance, I splurged on travel to Australia. I was dating a guy there and I remember just being able to buy the plane ticket spontaneously and that was a really cool feeling,” she told GQ. “It was still economy, middle seat and, like, four flights, but it was a big deal at the time. I’ve always been more about experiences than things.”

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