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Taylor Swift Beats Out Justin Bieber, Rihanna to Top Forbes’ Highest-Paid List

"Speak Now" singer Taylor Swift racked up $57 million in the past year

Sorry, Justin Bieber. Better luck next time, Rihanna. Taylor Swift has you both beat in the cash department.

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"Speak Now" songbird Swift tops Forbes' list of Highest-Paid Celebrities Under 30, besting Bieber, Rihanna and others, including "Twilight" stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.

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According to Forbes, Swift raked in a whopping $57 million between May 2011 and May 2012.

Bieber came in a close second, amassing $55 million in the same period, while Rihanna, in third place, pulled in $53 million.

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Recession? What recession?

Forbes compiled the list based on album and concert sales, movie pay, profit participation, endorsements and advertising work, based on estimates from managers, agents and other show-biz insiders. Athletes were not included in the list.

Swift's most recent album, 2010's "Speak Now," has sold more than 4 million copies. The 22-year-old also has endorsement deals with CoverGirl, Sony and Target, and struck a deal with Elizabeth Arden to launch a fragrance, Wonderstruck, last year.

Read below for the top five celebrity earners under 30 over the past year. For the full Top 10, visit Forbes.

1. Taylor Swift (age 22) — $57 million

2.  Justin Bieber (age 18) — $55 million

3.  Rihanna (age 24) — $53 million

4.  Lady Gaga (age 26) — $52 million

5.  Katy Perry (age 27) — $45 million