Jennifer Lawrence Earns More Than Kristen Stewart, Forbes List Reveals

Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, Lady Gaga and Rihanna have all been listed in Forbes magazine's '30 Under 30' list – but who came out as the richest?

Kristen Stewart will need to bag herself an Oscar if she wants to earn as much as the likes of Jennifer Lawrence.

Forbes magazine has revealed its highest Hollywood earners in its annual ’30 Under 30′ list, and while Kristen Stewart has made the incredible top 10, she’s been beaten in earnings by fellow actress Jennifer Lawrence.

The list, which features the highest earning celebrities, was topped by Lady Gaga, who raked in a whopping $80 million (£52 million) in the last 12 months, despite being forced to cancel her tour due to hip surgery. The 27-year-old singer was closely followed by Justin Bieber, who reached an applaud-worthy second place with ¢58 million (£38 million).

Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart were the only two actresses to reach the top 10. Jennifer reached the 7th spot with an income of $26m (£17), while Kristen took home $22m (£14m). Other stars in the rich list include Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Adele – and finally, Kristen‘s former Twilight co-star and friend, Taylor Lautner. No sign of Robert Pattinson. Awkward.

Forbes compiles the list by speaking to agents, managers, producers and executives, and then coming up with an estimated entertainment-related income for the year. The team at the mag also claims that Lady Gaga would have earned far more had she not cancelled a series of her concerts.

Jennifer Lawrence‘s huge income will have no doubt been boosted by the 22-year-old’s starring roles in Silver Linings Playbook in 2012 (for which she won her first Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Critics’ Choice Award) and the first Hunger Games movie.

Kristen, 23, has some catching up to do. Still, imagine all the shoes, bags and Robert Pattinson memorabilia she can purchase with £14 million. We can but dream… Check out the full list below!

Lady Gaga – $80 million (£52 million)
Justin Bieber – $58m (£38m)
Taylor Swift – $55m (£36m)
Calvin Harris – $46m (£30m)
Rihanna – $43m (£28m)
Katy Perry – $39m (£25m)
Jennifer Lawrence – $26m (£17m)
Adele – $25m (£16m)
Kristen Stewart – $22m (£14m)
Taylor Lautner – $22m (£14m)

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