Taylor Swift Tops Forbes' Highest-Paid Musicians List -- Beating Out Two of Her Exes!

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Taylor Swift is #winning -- at least according to Forbes magazine.

Not only does the 26-year-old singer tops Forbes' 2016 list of the world's highest paid musicians, she's also the highest paid celebrity on the planet.

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Swift raked in an impressive $170 million between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016, but who else came close?

That would be her ex, Harry Styles… well, his band, One Direction.

1D came in second place on the list with $110 million, but that has to be split between all members of the band -- which likely includes Zayn Malik, who left the group in 2015 – bringing Styles' total to $20 to $30 million.

Adele came in third place with $80.5 million, Madonna in fourth is $76.5 million, and Rihanna rounds out the top five with a cool $75 million.

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Garth Brooks earned $70 million, followed by AC/DC and The Rolling Stones, making $67.5 and $66.5 million, respectively.

Completing Forbes' top 10 is Swift's other ex, Calvin Harris, who came in ninth place with $63 million, and Diddy, with $62 million.

Swift unsurprisingly also topped Forbes' list of the highest earning celebrities under 30, but who else made the cut? 

Watch the video below to find out.