Top 10: Forbes Highest Earning Hollywood Women 2011
The second year in row Oprah Winfrey tops the list. Oprah quit her successful chat show earlier this year and founded her own media empire - Oprah Winfrey Network. She managed to make $290m between May 2010 and May 2011.
Next comes notorious Lady Gaga with earned $90m.
Bethenny Frankel, the former star of Real Housewives of New York, the possessor of New York Times bestseller and Skinnygirl food empire with $55m is on the fourth position.
Gisele Bundchen, one of the most expensive models of our time, has become for $45m wealthier this year.
TV host Ellen DeGeneres earned $45m as well.
TV judge Judy Sheindlin is on the sixth place. She has earned also $45m.
The country star Taylor Swift completes a small group of women with $45m
Katy Perry comes next. Supernatural star got from her world tour, album sales and endorsement deals $44m.
Pregnant pop starlet Beyonce has earned $35m. Not bad.
Danielle Steel, the most successful woman novelist of all time earned this year $35m and completes the list of the top ten.
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