Forbes Magazine has released its annual list of the highest-paid celebrities for the year and Kylie Jenner tops the list for 2020.
The 23-year-old beauty business mogul earned $590 million to lay claim to the top spot and is also the only woman in the top 10.
Forbes estimated that the 100 celebrities ranked earned a stunning $6.1 billion before taxes and fees, which is actually down from 2019.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, earnings dropped by $200 million from last year.
Jenner’s brother-in-law and rapper Kanye West is in second place on the list with $170 million in earnings for this year.
Numbers three through five on the list were taken by a trio of professional athletes: tennis player Roger Federer at three with $106.3 million, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo at four with $105 million, and fellow soccer player Lionel Messi at five with $104 million.
In sixth position is Tyler Perry On the 6th who earned $97 million.
Brazilian soccer star Neymar holds the seventh spot with $95.5 million while with $90 million, Howard Stern becomes the highest-paid radio host thanks to his deal with SiriusXM. He just re-upped his contract for another five years and it’s reportedly worth $100 million.
Basketball MVP, LeBron James earned $88.2 million while actor Dwayne Johnson closes the top 10 with $87.5 million.
Other stars on the list include Ellen DeGeneres (no. 12 with $84 million), Ariana Grande (no. 17 with $72 million), Ryan Reynolds (no. 18 with $71.5 million), Jonas Brothers (no. 20 at $68.5 million), Ed Sheeran (no. 23 with $64 million), Taylor Swift (no. 25 with $63.5 million), Ryan Seacrest (no. 28 with $60 million), Ben Affleck (no. 37 with $55 million), Shawn Mendes (no. 39 with $54.5 million), Billie Eilish (no. 43 with $53 million), and BTS (no. 47 with $50 million) are among the top 50 earners.
Jennifer Lopez (no. 56 with $47.5 million), Rihanna (no. 60 with $46 million), Will Smith (no. 69 with $44.5 million), Blake Shelton (no. 70 with $43.5 million), Katy Perry (no. 86 with $38.5 million), Lady Gaga (no. 87 with $38 million), Oprah Winfrey (no. 91 with $37 million), Serena Williams (no. 98 with $36 million) and Angelina Jolie (no. 99 with $35.5 million) are some of the notable names that round out the top 100 list.