Forbes officially named Taylor Swift a billionaire. This is the amount she makes

Thanks to the ongoing Eras Tour, Taylor Swift is the first musician to become a billionaire only through her music, according to Forbes.

After becoming a billionaire at the end of the previous year, Taylor Swift joined 13 other celebrities with an estimated combined net worth of $31 billion on the Forbes Billionaires List, which Forbes unveiled for the first time on Tuesday.

Taylor Swift: A Billion-Dollar Tour and Multifaceted Empire

Other successful industry titans, such as Rihanna and Jay-Z, have amassed enormous wealth through a variety of ventures, including fashion labels, beverage companies, and entertainment holdings. Taylor organized the first-ever billion-dollar tour, the Eras Tour, which has strengthened economies and thrilled fans worldwide in addition to her extensive song writing repertoire.

Swift, 34, also owns a sizable real estate holdings, including houses in Nashville, Beverly Hills, New York, and a massive Rhode Island beach villa.

Swift broke numerous records in the last year, including being the first artist to win four Grammys for Best Album. One of those records was the milestone she reached while on tour.

Swift was the subject of nonstop coverage in 2023, culminating in Time Magazine’s designation of her as Person of the Year and describing her as a “rare person who is both the writer and hero of her own story.”

According to estimations, the artist has earned $500 million by touring with a $500 million-worth of music. Furthermore, it projects that she possesses $125 million worth of real estate.

Taylor Swift’s Continued Influence and the Billionaire Boom

According to Forbes, there are 2,781 billionaires in the world now, making 2023 a very prosperous year for billionaires. Compared to last year, that represents an increase of 141.

Top of the list with $233 billion is Bernard Arnault, the owner of a fashion business that includes Luis Vuitton. Elon Musk ($195 billion), Jeff Bezos ($194 billion), Mark Zuckerberg ($177 billion), and Larry Ellison ($141 billion) are next on the list.

Last year, Swift’s dating life added to the media frenzy around her. The pop culture queen started a highly publicized romantic engagement with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who went on to win the Super Bowl. This past season, Chiefs games—where Swift has frequently attended in a private box—shattered a number of ratings records. It was more proof of her enormous influence: she can shift any dial with the slightest of movements thanks to her hundreds of millions of social media followers and devoted fan base.

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