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25. Kevin Durant
Fresh off an NBA championship run with the Golden State Warriors, Durant comes in at 25.
24. David Copperfield
The magician Copperfield is next. He's been hailed as the best illusionist of our time.
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23. Roger Federer
The tennis star has won 18 Grand Slam singles titles in his career.
22. Dwayne Johnson
"The Rock" is busy movie-making these days, from "Moana" to "The Fate of the Furious."
The iconic rock band is still going strong after more than 30 years on stage.
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20. Mark Wahlberg
The "Transformers" actor comes in at No. 20.
18. Jerry Seinfeld
"What's the deal" with Jerry? A big paycheck.
The British superstar has 15 Grammy Awards.
17. Bruce Springsteen
The iconic singer has been nominated for 49 Grammy Awards and won 20.
16. Ellen DeGeneres
The beloved talk show host and comedian comes in at No. 16 on the list.
15. Dr. Phil McGraw
Dr. Phil's talk show has been on air since 2002.
14. Lionel Messi
The soccer superstar plays for Argentina and has won FIFA's player of the year award five times.
13. Justin Bieber
Bieber fever is still running high with hit songs like "Despacito" and "I'm The One" contending for the song of the summer
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12. Guns N' Roses
Another iconic rock band makes the list.
11. Rush Limbaugh
The conservative radio host brings in a big haul.
10. LeBron James
Starting off the top 10 is Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James.
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9. James Patterson
Patterson is one of the most successful modern authors, with 19 consecutive No. 1 New York Times Bestsellers.
The British rock band has been going strong since 1996.
7. Howard Stern
The radio host has had a prolific career on the airwaves.
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6. The Weeknd
Currently on his "Starboy" tour, The Weeknd has 2 Grammy Awards.
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5. Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid's super star forward player comes in at No. 5.
The "Hotline Bling" singer and former "Degrassi" actor has won 3 Grammy Awards.
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3. J.k. Rowling
The author of the "Harry Potter" series is prolific as ever.
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Queen Bey has won 20 Grammy awards and has a massive fanbase.
1. Sean "Diddy" Combs
Diddy is the top earner of 2017, 20 years after his debut album "No Way Out" in 1997.