Katy Perry has been named the world’s highest-earning female performer by Forbes.
The singer has more than tripled her earnings in the last year, taking home £87 million between June 2014 and June 2015.
The majority of this comes from her world tour, which has seen her performing on 126 dates. It is reported that she makes £1.3 million per city. Sponsorship deals with Covergirl, Coty and Claire’s have also contributed to her wages this year.
Taylor Swift, Perry’s rumoured rival, placed second on the list for the second year running, earning £51.9 million on her 1989 world tour.
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie are a new addition to the top five thanks to theirOn with the Show tour, which earned them the third spot.
See the top five below.
Forbes’ top-earning women in music in 2015
Katy Perry: £87m ($135m)
Taylor Swift: £51.9m ($80m)
Fleetwood Mac: £38.6m ($59.5m)
Lady Gaga: £38.3m ($59m)
Beyoncé: £35.4m ($54.5m)