These are 2019's top 10 highest-paid celebrities
Taylor Swift. Image credits: Getty Images
Despite a few highly publicized feuds this year, Taylor Swift is laughing all the way to the bank. just released its annual ranking of the highest-paid celebrities and with her biggest earnings yet, the singer, is back on top.
Swift last topped the list in 2016. A bulk of her wealth comes from tour income, and after her world tour of 2018 became the highest grossing U.S tour ever, are we really all that surprised?
This year she returned with a new look and is back on top after the outlet reported Swift earned a whopping US$185 million (AU$266 million). She is now the only music artist to top the list twice. , Swift’s sixth studio album, was largely a response to all of her most famous of feuds and there may even be a few of her foes on top of the list.
does the thankless job of letting us know just how much our favorite celebs are earning and report the findings in a precise and concise listing after every financial year. Musicians make up the bulk of any list and actors are the obvious candidates, but you’re sure to find notable athletes, authors or Judge Judy, too.
Thanks to the success and ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Avengers crew are all on the Forbes top 100 list of highest-paid celebrities. The youngest billionaire, and founder of Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner made her way into the top three last year having made an estimated US$166.5 million (AU$239 million). named her the “youngest self-made billionaire” earlier this year, so she’s on the list. That’s a lot of lip kits.
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The outlet tallies any income brought in by our favorite celebrities, whether it’s selling out stadiums, avenging, or landing endorsement deals. If you’re looking for a reason to finally start that YouTube career or take up tennis, now is the time. We’ve gathered the details on the top 10 richest celebrities according to , below. You can see the full list of the top 100, here.
10. Canelo Alvarez, US$94 million (AU$135 million)
9. Dr. Phil McGraw, US$95 million (AU$136 million)
8. The Eagles, US$100 million (AU$143 million)
7. Neymar, US$105 million (AU$150 million)
6. Cristiano Ronaldo, US$109 million (AU$156 million)
5. Ed Sheeran, US$110 million (AU$157 million)
4. Lionel Messi, US$127 million (AU$182 million)
3. Kanye West, US$150 million (AU$215 million)
2. Kylie Jenner, US$170 million (AU$244 million)
1. Taylor Swift, US$185 million (AU$266 million)