Born on September 29, 1989, Daniel Anthony Noriega, widely recognized as Adore Delano, first gained prominence under the name Danny Noriega during the seventh season of American Idol in 2008. Subsequently, Adore reached the final three contestants in the sixth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. In 2014, Adore released their debut studio album, “Till Death Do Us Part,” followed by the second studio album, “After Party,” in 2016. Adore Delano is currently crafting a unique sound that resonates with a generation in need of a powerful voice.
Adore Delano Profile summary
|Full Name/Birth Name||Daniel Anthony Noriega|
|By Name||Adore Delano|
|Profession||Singer-songwriter, Drag queen|
|Age||34 years old|
|Heights in Feet||5 feet and 8 inches|
|Heights in cm||173 cm|
|Weight in Pound||165 pounds|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
Adore Delano Biography and Early Life
Born on September 29, 1989, in Azusa, California, USA, Daniel Anthony Noriega, better known as Adore Delano, spent their early years in Azusa. Adore is known for being private about their childhood and personal life, so there is limited information available about this period.
Adore Delano Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement
As of June 12, 2023, Adore Delano is 34 years old. She stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm) and weighs approximately 132 pounds (60 kg). Adore has light brown eyes and black hair.
Adore Delano Personal Life- Dating, Boyfriends, Husband, Kids
Adore Delano publicly disclosed her sexual orientation as gay at the age of twelve, and in 2017, she began identifying with non-binary pronouns, using both “he” and “she” pronouns. She has expressed the belief that gender is a societal construct rather than an inherent reality, suggesting it’s a concept developed by society to exert control over individuals.
On April 4, 2017, Adore Delano initiated legal proceedings against the Producer Entertainment Group, her former management company, alleging that she had generated more than $2.5 million but was only compensated with $300,000. In January, the management firm retaliated with a countersuit, asserting that Adore Delano owed them $180,000 in management fees.
Adore Delano Sexuality
Celebrities have dedicated fans who actively support their work and engage in various aspects of their lives, such as following their social media accounts, attending their concerts, and more. One of the common interests fans have in celebrities is their personal lives, including their sexual orientation and relationships. Adore Delano, an American celebrity, openly identified as gay from the age of twelve.
Adore Delano Career
In 2008, Adore Delano began her television career by participating in the seventh season of American Idol. Her journey on the show garnered her significant attention as she advanced to the semi-finals. She became well-known on the show, largely due to her interactions with the judges, notably her comments directed at Simon Cowell. Following her time on American Idol, she received invitations to perform on various popular shows, such as R Family Vacations and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Following her time on American Idol, Adore Delano ventured into a career as an internet personality on YouTube, where she began creating skits in drag. Just one year after her American Idol experience, she launched a music video for her song “24/7.” Her fascination with drag competitions intensified after witnessing a performance by a contestant named Raven at a West Hollywood club. This led her to participate in a drag competition at the same club, where she emerged as the winner and adopted the persona of Adore Delano for her performances.
As a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adore Delano participated in the 2013 Los Angeles Fashion Week. Later that same year, in December, Logo announced that Delano would be a part of RuPaul’s Drag Race season six as one of the fourteen drag queens. She ultimately finished in second place and promptly released a single titled “DTF,” which became the lead song of her “Till Death Do Us Party” album. This album was officially launched on June 3, 2014, and it quickly claimed the top three positions on the American Dance Albums Chart.
Her second album, “After Party,” was released on March 11, 2016, with its first single coming out in February. She was later announced as one of the contestants for the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars but ultimately chose not to participate for personal reasons. Her third album was released on August 18, 2017. Two years later, she made a guest appearance in the Season eleven premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race. In the same year, she was featured in the cover edition of Gay Times. Adore also joined the cast of the fourth season of the reality TV series “Ex on the Beach,” where both Adore and Danny starred.
Adore Delano Net worth
Adore Delano is believed to have a net worth of around $1 million.