Taylor Swift Topped 'Forbes' List 2016 In Review

01/07/2017
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Taylor Swift

(Radio.com) Country turned pop star Taylor Swift made big news back in November when she was named by Forbes as the highest-earning celebrity under 30, raking in $170 million in just one year.

Her 1989 World Tour brought in $200 million in North America; the country-turned-pop princess also earned plenty from endorsement deals with companies including Diet Coke, Keds and Apple.

The next closest act on the list was actually an entire boy band. One Direction, which has four members, brought in $110 million. Adele charted with $80.5 million, Rihanna with $75 million and Justin Bieber, the youngest person on the list, came in 6th with $56 million. Read more here.

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