Kevin Bertin (professionally known as Monet X Change) is best known for her appearances on the tenth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Most significantly, New York magazine named Monet one of America's Top 100 Most Influential Drag Queens in June 2019.
Is Monet X Change Dating Anyone?
The drag queen Monet X Change is enjoying her single life. Although she is quite active on social media, she never mentioned her love life to the public. Most probably, she is focusing more on her on-screen career beyond her personal life.
The actress has 865k fans on her Instagram as of April 2020. She amazes her followers by showing different poses, making unusual faces via Instagram. Also, the actress often posts pictures with her friends and colleagues.
How Much is Monet X Change Worth?
The 'Sibling Rivalry' co-host Monet X Change has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She made a fortune by appearing and hosting TV shows. In addition, she's also made some money through commercials.
The social media persona earns $40 per hour from television shows. According to BLS, the average salary of a TV show anchor is $54,140. So, she receives $54,140 every year. Despite the TV shows, Monet did a Pepsi commercial along with the famous rapper, Cardi B in February 2019, so for it, she must have been paid handsomely.
The 30 years old is also a classically trained opera singer. Since 2018, she started to release her covers on her self-titled YouTube channel. One of her video songs named 'Soak It Up Reached' featuring Bob the Drag Queen trended on the internet, which almost reached 2 million views. Hence, she is even making decent money through her channel.
Bertin attended Westminster Choir College where she was trained for opera performances. The first drag contest she won was the sixth annual Gay Caribbean USA Pageant, representing Saint Lucia, on 27th September 2014.
In 2017, Kevin portrayed the role of Drag Queen in the television film Dating My Mother. Likewise, she took part in the tenth season of RuPaul's Drag Race in February 2018. She placed sixth in the contest out of fourteen others. Subsequently, Monet X Change was among the 37 queens to be represented on the cover of New York Magazine.
Currently, Monet has been cast as a member for the very first Digital Drag Fest amid the 'COVID-19 pandemic' in March 2020. So far, the drag queen has acted in seven television series and films.