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These Are The 30 Highest Paid Celebrities Under 30

Forbes has published its annual list of the 30 “highest-paid celebrities” under the age of 30. The “30 Under 30″ piece features a who’s who of high-profile athletes and recording artists, with Jennifer Lawrence serving as the ranking’s lone movie industry figure in 12th place. Many of the list’s inclusions should come as no surprise; the vast majority of individuals profiled for Forbes’ expansive feature are constantly on the receiving end of glowing press for their finances.

Most notably, Taylor Swift — whose 2016 earnings are stronger than Adele and Madonna’s combined — comes in at No. 1, having earned $170 million USD From June 1, 2015 to June 1, 2016. At present time, Swift also boasts an estimated net worth of $250 million USD. Other notable entertainers on the list include Drake ($38 million USD, #17), The Weeknd ($55 million USD, #9), Justin Bieber ($56 million USD, #6) and Rihanna ($75 million, #5).

You can check out Forbes‘ entire 30 highest-paid celebrities under 30 selection here. Earlier this week, Taylor Swift revealed plans to experiment with “hip-hop and R&B sounds.”

1.Taylor Swift ($170M)

  1. One Direction ($110M)

3.Lionel Messi ($81.5M)

4.Adele ($80.5M)

5.Rihanna ($75M)

6.Justin Bieber ($56M) Tie

7.Novak Djokovic ($56M) Tie

8.Kevin Durant ($56M) Tie

9.The Weeknd ($55M)

10.Cam Newton ($53M) Tie

11.Jordan Spieth($53M) Tie

12.Jennifer Lawrence ($46M)

13.BigBang ($44M)

14.Rory Mcllroy ($42.5M)

15.Russell Wilson ($42M)

16.Sebastian Vettel ($41M)

17.Drake ($38M)

18.Rafael Nadal ($37.5M) Tie

19.Neymar Jr ($37.5) Tie

20.Gareth Bale ($36M)

21.Marcell Dareus ($35M)

22.Derrick Rose ($34M)

23.A.J. Green ($33.5M) Tie

24.Kei Nishikori ($33.5M) Tie

25.Ed Sheeran ($33.5M) Tie

26.James Harden ($33M)

27.Usain Bolt ($32.5M)

28.Clayton Kershaw ($32M)

29.Oliver Vernon ($32M)

30.Kyrie Irving ($28.5M)

 

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