Beyoncé named highest paid woman in music in 2017 by Forbes; Adele, Taylor Swift follow
Forbes magazine says Beyoncé earned $105 million over a yearlong period stretching from June 2016 to June of this year.
New York: Forbes has crowned Beyoncé as the highest paid woman in music.
Forbes magazine says the singer earned $105 million over a yearlong period stretching from June 2016 to June of this year.
Beyoncé's earnings were boosted by her Formation world tour last year, which Forbes says grossed $250 million.
Runner-up Adele also enjoyed a successful year on the road. Her tour helped contribute to $69 million in earnings.
Taylor Swift, Celine Dion and Jennifer Lopez complete the top five highest female earners in the business.
Dolly Parton is a surprising sixth. Forbes says the 71-year-old brought in $37 million with the help of 63 shows during the yearlong period.
An FIR was registered at the Amboli police station against a man for extortion and other charges of the IPC, a day after an offence was registered against Bhushan Kumar for allegedly raping a woman under the pretext of providing her with a job in T-series.
With Britney Spears demanding to be freed from her conservatorship, a look at why exit from strict oversight is difficult
Britney Spears will have to undergo a psychological evaluation to end her conservatorship, which uneasily melds mental health criteria with legal standards.
The present complaint is nothing but a "counterblast" to the complaint T-Series filed against her for extortion, says the statement