Forbes has released its list of highest-paid celebrities -- either individuals or bands -- for 2017. The figures are established based on ticket sales, endorsement deals, merchandising and more.
Click through to see who made the top 10.
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Coming in at number 10 is LeBron James, who made $86 million, moving up a spot from last year.
Bestselling author James Patterson dropped from No. 3 in 2016 to No. 9 this year, with $87 million.
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In eighth place is British rock band Coldplay, with $88 million.
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Radio host Howard Stern held on to the No. 7 spot, earning $90 million this year.
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Recording artist The Weeknd made this list with $92 million.
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Soccer star Cristian Ronaldo held on to the No. 5 spot for a second year in a row, bringing in a cool $93 million.
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Drake had a very good year, earning an estimated $94 million.
J.K. Rowling continues to earn thanks to the enduring "Harry Potter" franchise. In the past year, she brought in $95 million.
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As one of only two celebrities to crack $100 million, the "Lemonade" singer finds herself in an even more exclusive club. Beyonce's take for the past year was $105 million.
Sean "Diddy" Combs topped the list for 2017 with an impressive $130 million. To see the full list of highest paid celebrities, head over to Forbes.