Kylie Jenner: Forbes’ List Of Highest-Grossing Celebrity In 2020
America’s Reality TV superstar Reality and Cosmetic Business Tycoon Kylie Jenner has been declared the highest-grossing celebrity in 2020 by Forbes Magazine. According to Forbes, 23-year-old Kylie has conjointly surpassed celebrities like Football star Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Rapper Kanye West in terms of earnings.
As a result of Corona, this year has not been special for everyone. In particular, the film trade received a huge shock from Kovid because of that the release date of the many big films was extended, then some huge projects weren’t started.
But meanwhile, in Forbes’ list, Hollywood celebrity Kylie Jenner has been named the planet’s highest-grossing celebrity. According to the Forbes list, Kylie Jenner has earned about forty billion rupees this year i.e. 540 million dollars.
Earlier, Kylie Jenner was given the youngest billionaire title within the Forbes Celebrity one hundred lists. But later, Forbes said that Kylie used a fake draft tax return. On that Kylie Jenner tweeted saying that she has one hundred more works.
Explain that once Kylie, the list includes her own sister Kim Kardashian’s husband and rapper Kanye West. With this position, Kylie beats her celebrity brother-in-law Kanye West who ranks second with an estimated earning of USD 170 million with the assistance of his cope with Adidas of Yeezy sneakers.
Their collaboration has become widespread for its line-of Yeezy Boost sneakers and high-finish limited edition colorways.
Kylie lost her billionaire standing when it was revealed that her business was smaller than what her family claimed for years. In 2019, Kylie Cosmetics had revenue of $two hundred million.
Kylie has a lot of than one hundred 75 million followers combined on different social media platforms that help her in the promotion of her business.
West, who is married to Kardashian, followed with an estimated $a hundred and seventy million in earnings, abundant of it from his handle Adidas for his Yeezy sneaker whole.
West was conjointly the prime-earning musician, followed by Elton John who raked in most of his estimated $81 million from a lengthy farewell tour. Tennis champion Federer took third place with an estimated $106.3 million, largely from endorsement deals with the likes of Japanese clothing company Uniqlo and watchmaker Rolex.
He was followed by soccer stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi. Forbes compiled the list by estimating pre-tax earnings from June 2019-June 20twenty, before deducting fees for managers, based mostly on data from Nielsen, touring trade publication Pollstar, movie database IMDB, as well as interviews with industry consultants and.