Prepare yourself for some annual blowing incomes.
Forbes has released their list of the most paid women in music for 2018.
The list is calculated using pre-tax earnings from June 1, 2017, through June 1, 2018, before deducting fees for agents, managers, solicitors and estate operators.
Back in 2015, Katy Perry appeared on the Forbes cover after earning $ 135 million a year.
Three years later, and he was taken to the place and the place as the highest-paid girl in music again, shaking $ 83 million during the Forbes scoring period.
One of the most difficult names on the list, Perry played 80 dates to her Witnesses: The Journey in Forbes& Timeline June to June, gross over $ 1 million per night.
He managed to find a time to serve as a judge on ABC Restart American Idol, reports earning around the $ 20 million north for his troubles.
Taylor Swift runs second with $ 80 million. After last year's hiatus, he launched his new album Good name.
As a setup, perhaps the track title on that album, & # 39; Name, is the worst thing I've ever heard. Never Despite this, the album sold two million copies worldwide during the opening week.
Beyoncé reaches the top three, drawing into $ 60 million.
After she welcomed her husband Jay-Z Rumi and Sir of the family twins in June 2017, Queen Bey had a quiet year, from her standards, up to an innovative performance in Spring this spring and released a joint album with Jay-Z in June.
Her to Jay-Zs Ar The Run II reflected in the next scoring period, as Taylor Swifts Good name journey.
Of course, doing music is not the only way these musicians make a bank. Lady Gaga (No. 5, $ 50 million) added "movie star" for her this year, thanks to becoming very famous Star is bornalongside Bradley Cooper.
Rihanna (No. 7, $ 37.5 million) pays money on Fenty Beauty and Savage Lingerie, and although it has not been on tour since 2016, Rihanna stays in the public eye with prominent roles in films such as Ocean 8.
Here is the full list of those who achieve the highest:
1. Katy Perry ($ 83 million)
2. Taylor Swift ($ 80 million)
3. Beyoncé ($ 60 million)
4. Pink ($ 52 million)
5. Lady Gaga ($ 50 million)
6. Jennifer Lopez ($ 47 million)
7. Rihanna ($ 37.5 million)
8. Helene Fischer ($ 32 million)
9. Celine Dion ($ 31 million)
10. Britney Spears ($ 30 million)
Ha. I did not expect Britney to appear on that list – is it even still a thing?[source:forbes]