Dolly Parton Makes “Forbes’” Highest Paid Women In Music List

“Forbes” magazine has just come out with their annual list of the Highest Paid Women in Music, based on earnings from June 1, 2016 through June 1, 2017, and Dolly Parton has landed in the To Ten. Dolly earned $37 million during that period to nab the number six spot.

Overall Beyoncé tops this year's list, taking in in $105 million, thanks to her “Formation World Tour” and her album “Lemonade." Coming in second is one of Bey’s biggest fans, Adele, with earnings of $69 million, followed by Taylor Swift, who earned $44 million, despite not touring or putting out any new music during that period.

Forbes’ Highest Paid Women In Music



Taylor Swift 

Celine Dion ($42 mil) 

Jennifer Lopez ($38 mil) 

Dolly Parton ($37 mil) 

Rihanna ($36 mil) 

Britney Spears ($34 mil) 

Katy Perry ($33 mil) 

Barbra Streisand ($30 mil)

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