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WHO IS THE NEWEST MOST EARNING COUPLE?
There are a new King and Queen at the throne of the highest earning couple this year…
Cute and extremely popular couple, Taylor Swift and her boyfriend Calvin Harris, was able to overthrow Beyonce and Jay Z, as the famous couple who earns the most. According to the Forbes magazine, the two musicians have registered more than 146 million dollars in earnings during the last 12 months. Just three couples found themselves this year on Forbes list, which ranks the couples for the first time, depending on their annual income.
Taylor Swift began her relationship with Scottish DJ and a producer Calvin Harris in March this year, which makes this achievement even more impressive. The American pop singer and her current chosen one were in the first twenty people at this year's Celeb 100 list and their relatively new relationship looks like it will be long-lasting.
If you do not understand how the two became so rich this year remember that they are in addition to music, a part of advertising campaigns and have huge deals with reputable brands. Miss Swift has agreements with Diet Coke, Keds and Sony company, while Calvin Harris receives large amounts from the brand Giorgio Armani and Sol republic headphones.
As for Beyonce and Jay Z, they will have to work a little more next year to ensure they position, as their 110.5 million are currently worth second place on this list. They will soon celebrate its seventh marriage anniversary, and although they earned just over $ 100 million this year, they still have a common overall value of about one billion dollars.
We must not forget about Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton who this year earned 57 million dollars. As a result of pure mathematical chance, they both earned at 28.5 million, and now they find themselves in third place in this list.
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