Ryan Destiny Irons, better known as Ryan Destiny is an American singer and actress. She is one-third of the girl group Love Dollhouse who came to limelight with their song' Can I'. She is enjoying her single life and not involved in love life.
Early Life And Career Of Ryan Destiny
Ryan Destiny was born on 8th January 1995 to African American descent father, Deron Irons and African American mother, Dawn Irons in Detroit, Michigan. Her father is a member of the 90s R&B group Guesss.
She did her school education from West Bloomfield High School, and in January 2011, she won a singing contest to attend the red carpet premiere of Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never.
When she was 12, she formed a musical trio New Limit along with Jasmine Pore and some close friend. Later, the group auditioned for American’s Got Talent in 2011 and decided that the show was not for them.
The year, she signed with an independent label in Michigan and started taking voice and dance lessons. Soon the group split and formed a new group, We Are Dollhouse, but it later changed to Love Dollhouse. The group also welcomed a new member Chelsea Stone; a former American’s Got Talent contestant.
The Trio signed to All Def along with Russell Simmons, Steve Rifkind, and Brian Robbins and made their debut single, Can I. After the group disbanded in 2015, she signed with Capitol Records, and in 2016, she announced plans for a solo Extended Play (EP).
In 2010, she made her debut in acting with the web series, The Wannabes Starring Savvy and traveled to Los Angeles with her mother to start auditioning for other projects.
After two years, she made a recurring role of April Geddes in an American crime drama television series, Low Winter Sun. The show was developed by Chris Mundy which starred Mark Strong, Lennie James, James Ransone, Sprague Grayden, Athena Karkanis, Billy Lush and so on.
Moreover, she appeared in the Independent movie named A Girl Like Grace and currently, she is playing the role of Alexander Crane in the American musical drama television series, Star created by Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy for Fox. In the TV drama series, she has shared the screen along with Jude Demorest, Brittany O'Grady, Amiyah Scott, Quincy Brown, and Queen Latifah.
Ryan Destiny's Personal Life
Talking about Ryan’s personal life, she is currently in a relationship with 'The New Edition Story' actor Keith Powers and is quite happy with her present lifestyle. She is focusing on her career and waiting for a greater role in her upcoming movies.
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Their relationship became crystal clear when Powers celebrated her 23rd birthday in January uploading an Instagram image that captioned,
"This woman's talent is inspiring, to say the least. I could talk about how great she can sing, act, dance, dress and her unique ability to fall asleep anywhere at any time despite the setting but the main thing that stands out about this woman is her soul. Her divine surface is an absolute reflection of who she is internally."
"I’m thankful she’s turning 23 now rather than 23 years ago so we can continue to bask in this intended '90s beauty’s' aura. God puts certain people in our life for a reason, and I sure ain't questioning his reasoning on this one. Happy birthday, Queen."
The couple looks adorable together.
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She is a model and has shared several photos on her Instagram account. On her personal Instagram account, she has over 635k followers and day by day her fans following are increasing.
Ryan Destiny's Net Worth
Ryan has earned immense popularity in a very short period and has made appearances in both movies and singing both. Though her net worth is not disclosed in media, she has earned a good sum of net worth from her career as an actress and singer. Looking at her luxurious lifestyle, she probably has an estimated net worth not less than six figures.