Don’t hate them because they’re young and beautiful -- hate them because they’re rich, too. Forbes rounded up the 30 highest-paid celebrities under 30 years old. Click through to see the top 10 stars who made the list.
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10. Jordan Spieth, $53 million (tie)
Jordan Spieth, 23, became the youngest U.S. Open champion since 1923 this past year. Spieth landed $32 million in endorsements with brands like Under Armour, Coca-Cola and Titleist, reports Forbes.
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10. Cam Newton, $53 million (tie)
Cam Newton, 27, has a new contract with the Carolina Panthers that will pay out $103.8 million over five years, but he also has plenty of other irons in the fire, including a high-paying endorsement with Under Armour and a TV show on Nickelodeon.
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9. The Weeknd, $55 million
The Weeknd is a relative newcomer to the music industry, but the 26-year-old singer tore up the charts with his album “Beauty Behind the Madness.” He also sold out his world tour.
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6. Kevin Durant, $56 million (tie)
Kevin Durant, 28, has one of the best career points per game average in the NBA, but it’s really his Nike endorsement that helps in rake in his money. The athletic brand signed an extension in 2014 worth as much as $300 million for 10 years, reports Forbes.
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6. Novak Djokovic, $56 million (tie)
Tennis star Novak Djokovic, 29, is currently the world’s top tennis player and his earnings certainly show it. Djokovic made $82 million and picked up 11 Grand Slam titles over the past 5 1/2 years, and in 2015, he became the first player to earn $20 million in prize money in a season. He also has endorsements with Uniqlo, Adidas, Head and more.
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6. Justin Bieber, $56 million (tie)
Justin Bieber is still only 22, making him the youngest celebrity on the Forbes list. He makes his fortune off of live shows, merchandise sales and endorsements for brands like Calvin Klein.
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Rihanna, 28, has 21 top-five singles, tying her with Elvis. In addition to her hit music, the Barbadian pop star also has partnerships with Puma, Dior and Samsung, per Forbes.
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4. Adele, $80.5 million
It’s really all about the music for vocal powerhouse Adele.
The singer, 28, is the only person on Forbes’ Celebrity 100 who made more than half her money from music. She also grosses millions a night for her concerts.
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3. Lionel Messi, $81.5 million
Soccer player Lionel Messi, 29, is third on this list, but he’s the second highest-paid athlete in the world thanks to endorsements from brands like Adidas and Gatorade. It’s not all smooth sailing for the Argentine soccer star, though: A Spanish court found him guilty of tax fraud and sentenced him to prison. Messi is appealing and the case is still pending.
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2. One Direction, $110 million
One Direction (Niall Horan is 23, Liam Payne is 23, Harry Styles is 22 and Louis Tomlinson is 24) is also the second-highest celebrity earner, regardless of age. Their On the Road Again tour grossed more than $200 million last year even though Zayn Malik left the band.
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1. Taylor Swift, $170 million
Taylor Swift, 26, is in fact the world’s highest-paid celebrity, period, according to Forbes. She grossed $250 million in total for her world tour and makes more money through partnerships with Diet Coke, Keds and Apple.