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Beyoncé tops celebrity ‘100’ list

Beyoncé tops celebrity ‘100’ list

SHE MAKES MORE THAN OPRAH: Beyoncé had a very good year. Photo: Associated Press

Superstar Beyoncé has topped the 2014 Forbes Celebrity 100 List.

The “Drunk in Love” hitmaker earned $115 million in the 12 months ending June, 2014 from her tour receipts, fifth studio album, H&M and Pepsi endorsement deals and House of Dereon clothing line, according to Forbes.com.

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Coming in at No. 2 is basketball star LeBron James, while rapper/producer Dr. Dre takes the third spot thanks in part to the sale of his Beats by Dr. Dre accessories line to Apple.

TV mogul Oprah Winfrey and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres round out the top five.

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