Richest Celebrities: Who is in the Top 5 List?

Richest Celebrities: Who is in the Top 5 List?

Whom did we call a Celebrity?

A celebrity is someone who is well-known and who receives much attention from the public or other people. Even though they are well known in public, a person who is in government might not be considered a celebrity unless they do something particularly worthwhile for the public. It is not uncommon for someone to become a celebrity due to her involvement in the entertainment industry, such as in movies, singing, or playing sports.

Celebrities include actors, performers on television and in movies, and musicians. In addition to high-ranking politicians, newscasters, television hosts, astronauts, competitive sports figures, and singers, celebrities are also known to their fans. People like Mother Teresa who helped people in need have gained fame for sacrifice as saints.

Which are the Highest Earning Celebrities?

Here is the list of Top 5 Highest Earning Celebrities, includes Richest Celebrities, As of 2019:

Kylie Jenner: In January 2019, the reality TV star sold 51% of her cosmetics company in December 2018 to Coty, Inc. for $600 million. She received $540 million before taxes. In documents later released, it was discovered that the company's size was much smaller than the family had previously proclaimed, meaning that she lost her billionaire title.

Kanye West: He got almost $170 million in his Pocket. The singer-songwriter Kanye West designed the sneaker brand Yeezy for Adidas and has a multi-year deal worth millions. Yeezy shoes, which are made by Adidas and made by the same company, are estimated to bring in $1.7 billion a year.

Roger Federer: Net worth is $106 million. Thanks to an unmatched portfolio of high-profile endorsement deals, Roger Federer is for the first time the highest-paid athlete worldwide. One of the most significant investments in his portfolio is his contract with Japanese apparel brand Uniqlo, which he signed with the retailer in 2018.

Cristiano Ronaldo: He is the most followed athlete on social media. After nine years with Real Madrid, the Portuguese star joined Juventus in 2018, and his Instagram followers reached 200 million by 2020. A four-year contract worth $64 million a year meant he took a pay cut. The Juventus team sold over five million Ronaldo jerseys during the first 24 hours after it was released worth more than $60 million.

Messi: He has already been awarded FIFA's Player of The Year and the European Golden Shoe for top scoring on the continent six times. At present, Barcelona's contract runs through 2020-21 and pays him over $80 million a year. Additionally, Adidas has a lifelong deal with him as well.

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