Taylor Swift Tops a List of the Highest-Paid Women in Music

The unstoppable list-makers at Forbes.com have released their annual list of ‘The Highest Paid Women in Music,’ and this year, TAYLOR SWIFT is #1, raking in $170 million over the past year or so.

Here’s the Top 10, along with the money they made from things like:  Album and merchandise sales, licensing, publishing royalties, endorsements, and touring.

1.  Taylor Swift, $170 million

2.  Adele, $80.5 million

3.  Madonna, $76.5 million

4.  Rihanna, $75 million

5.  Beyoncé, $54 million

6.  Katy Perry, $41 million

7.  Jennifer Lopez, $39.5 million

8.  Britney Spears, $30.5 million

9.  Shania Twain, $27.5 million

10.  Celine Dion, $27 million

Others who didn’t make the Top 10, but still made eight figures include:  Carrie Underwood, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, Selena Gomez, Halsey, and G.E.M.