2016 definitely had its fair share of ups and downs, but financially at least, it was very good to Taylor Swift!
The 1989 singer topped Forbes' list of highest-earning celebrities under 30 this year, earning a staggering $170 million.
On the strength of her massively successful last album and tour, as well as a number of endorsement deals, Swift came out ahead of the next entry on the list, One Direction -- including the 26-year-old singer's ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles, -- who drew in $110 million.
Other notable stars on the list include Adele (4), who made $80.5 million, Rihanna (5), at $75 million, the Weeknd (9), $55 million, and Drake (18), who was counted on this list despite turning 30 this year, and earned $38 million.
With $46 million, Jennifer Lawrence (12), remained Hollywood's highest-paid actress, and Justin Bieber (6), took home $56 million (and at 22, barely beat out Styles for the youngest star on this list).