Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan Make Forbes' 2019 Highest Paid List


She is, however, the highest-paid KarJenner. Billboard Boxscore reported that it broke the record for highest-grossing tour coming in at $266.1 million in gross sales, and that's just domestically.

Swift tops the list having earned a pretax income of $185 million over the past year due to her Reputation World Tour, deal with Netflix to air a Reputation tour special, endorsement deals with Apple, AT&T and Diet Coke and her new record deal with Republic Records and Universal Music Group. In fact, Forbes recently named her the youngest self-made billionaire.

This is a major increase for Swift in the past year, over $100 million more than the $80 million she made in the previous year.

Jenner's brother-in-law and Swift's foil, Kanye West, takes the No. 3 spot.

This marks the second time the singer has been top dog on The Celebrity 100. she was also the top earner back in 2016, capturing the No. 1 spot with $170 million - thanks to The 1989 World Tour. West's Yeezy shoe line raked in an estimated $1 billion in sales over the past 12 months, Forbes reports.

While the two highest-paid celebrities were women, author J.K. Rowling was the only other woman to crack the top 20.

The 16th season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians is set to premiere on E!on March 31, and it turns out that even though Khloe Kardashian, 34, and Kylie Jenner, 21, know what will be featured on the series, it's still going to be painful for them to relive it.

Yup, looks like the 29-year-old singer has returned to the top this year with her biggest earnings to date. In between Swift and Dion are a wide array of stars from Dr. Phil to Dwayne Johnson, Lewis Hamilton to Judge Judy.

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