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Beyonce knocks Cristiano Ronaldo down the Forbes rich list

beyonceBeyonce knocks Cristiano Ronaldo down the Forbes rich list

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is fifth in the Forbes list of the world’s highest-paid celebrities 2017.

But don’t feel too bad for the Portuguese striker. Ronaldo earned a staggering 93 million dollars in 2017 according to the people at Forbes.

Earning a million dollars more than Ronaldo is Drake, while J.K Rowling is third on the list.

Puff Daddy is in first place after he earned 130 million dollars, while superstar Beyonce is second in the list with just105 million dollars.

As for Barcelona’s Leo Messi, he is 14th in the table with 80 million dollars.

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The full list of the top 20 highest-paid celebrities in the world in 2017 is below.

Highest-paid celebrities 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo is second in Europe

When it came to breaking down the highest earning entertainers in Europe, Ronaldo ended in second place.

Beyonce knocks Cristiano Ronaldo down the Forbes rich list

Other footballers in the ranking include Welsh international Gareth Bale. The Real Madrid star is 18th in the list after earning 30 million dollars in 2017.

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Manchester United and Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic occupies 20th place in the table. Ibra earned 32 million dollars in the calendar year.

The full list of the top European entertainers are below:

1 – J.K.Rowling: UK, 95 million dollars

2 – Cristiano Ronaldo: Portugal, 93 m

3 – Coldplay: UK, 88 m

4 – Adele: UK, 69 m

5 – Roger Federer: Switzerland, 64 m

6 – Elton John: UK, 60 m

6 – Gordon Ramsey: UK, 60 m

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7 – Paul McCartney: UK, 54 m

8 – Rory McIlroy: UK, 50 m

9 – Calvin Harris: UK, 48 m

10 – Lewis Hamilton: UK, 46 m

11 – Simon Cowell: UK, 43,5 m

12 – Tiesto: Holland, 39 m

13 – Sebastian Vettel: Germany, 38,5 m

14 – Novak Djokovic: Serbia, 37,6 m

15 – Ed Sheeran: UK, 37 m

16 – Fernando Alonso: Spain, 36 m

18 – Gareth Bale: UK, 34 m

18 – Conor McGregor: Irleland, 34 m

20 – Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Sweden 32 m

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