Taylor Swift has moved to the top of the Forbes list of 30 top Richest Celebrities under 30, as she made $170 million last year.
She made a full $60 million more than second placed One Direction - which is four people.
Barcelona and Argentina striker Lionel Messi, made third place with a paltry $81.5million earned between June 1 of 2015 and 2016.
Adele and Rihanna were among the top five making $80.5m and $75m respectively. Jennifer Lawrence, the only actress on the list and the highest paid one in Hollywood, managed 12th place with $46m.
The youngest member of the list - Justin Bieber - slotted in at number 6 with $56million.
The Weeknd was the only other singer in the top ten - hitting ninth with $55million.
The rest of the top ten was rounded out by athletes, with tennis player Novak Djokovic in 7th, basketballer Kevin Durant in 8th and golfer Jordan Spieth in 10th.
The other boyband to make the list - Besides One Direction - was K-pop boy band Bigbang.