1: Gisele Bündchen $42 million
2: Miranda Kerr $7.2 million
3: Adriana Lima $6 million
4: Kate Moss $5.7 million
5: Liu Wen $4.3 million
6: Hilary Rhoda $4 million
7: Carolyn Murphy $3.6 million
8: Joan Smalls $3.5 million
9: Candice Swanepoel $3.3 million
10: Lara Stone $3.2 million
source: Steve Forbes
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To form list, Forbes looked at income from record sales, touring, endorsements, merchandise sales and other ventures. The figures represent earnings from May 2011 to May 2012, before subtracting management fees, legal costs and taxes.
- Britney Spears $58 Million
- Taylor Swift $57 million
- Rhianna $53 million
- Lady Gaga $52 million
- Katy Perry $45 million
- Beyonce $40 million
- Adele $35 million
- Sade $33 million
- Madonna $30 million
- Shakira $20 million
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