Kylie Jenner has taken out the top spot on Forbes' Highest-Paid Celebrities list, having raked in a jaw-dropping US$590 million this year, due largely to the sale of her Kylie Cosmetics line.
Jenner's brother-in-law Kanye West followed in second place, bringing in US$170 million through his lucrative Yeezy sneakers deal with Adidas.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Jenner was the only woman to make the top 10, at just 23-years-old.
Sports star Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi took out the third, fourth and fifth places respectively, while directing/acting/producing/writing powerhouse Tyler Perry came in sixth, having earned US$97 million in 2020.
Radio host Howard Stern's US$90 million payday for this year earned him the number eight spot, while Lebron James' US$88.2 million from his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers saw him in ninth place.
At number 10, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson keeps hold of the title of highest-paid actor, having earned megabucks for his forthcoming films Black Adam and Red Notice.
The top 10 of Forbes' Highest-Paid Celebrities list is as follows:
Kylie Jenner - US$590 million
Kanye West - US$170 million
Roger Federer - US$106.3 million
Cristiano Ronaldo - US$105 million
Lionel Messi - US$104 million
Tyler Perry - US$97 million
Neymar - US$95.5 million
Howard Stern - US$90 million
Lebron James - US$88.2 million
Dwayne Johnson - US$87.5 million