1. Lady Gaga

Forbes has released its ranking of the top-earning female singers in 2011. The following are the top ten on the list.

1. Lady Gaga ($90 million) 共入账9千万美元

Singer Lady Gaga takes the stage before posing for photographers at the International Emmy Awards in New York November 21, 2011.
图为2011年11月21日在纽约举行的格莱美提名晚会,Lady Gaga为配摄影师百pose。

2. Taylor Swift

2. Taylor Swift ($45 million) 4千五百万美元

Singer Taylor Swift arrives at the 2011 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 20, 2011.

3. Katy Perry

3. Katy Perry ($44 million) 4千4百万美元

Singer Katy Perry poses on arrival at the 2011 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 20, 2011.

4. Beyonce

4. Beyonce Knowles  ($35 million) 3千5百万美元

Singer Beyonce speaks during an event to debut her newest fragrance, Beyonce Pulse, at Macy's store in New York September 22, 2011.
2011年9月22日,天后碧昂丝在自己的香水“Beyonce Pulse”的发表会上闪亮登场。

5. Rihanna

5. Rihanna ($29 million) 2千9百万美元

Singer Rihanna performs during a concert as part of her tour for her latest album "Loud" in Nilson Nelson gymnasium in Brasilia September 21, 2011.

6. Pink

6. Pink ($22 million) 2千2百万美元

Singer and voice of Gloria, Alecia Moore (Pink) arrives at the premiere of "Happy Feet Two" in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, California, November 13, 2011.

7. Carrie Underwood

7. Carrie Underwood ($20 million) 凯莉·安德伍德 2千万美元

Singer Carrie Underwood arrives at the 45th Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, November 9, 2011.

8. Celine Dion

8. Celine Dion ($19 million) 席琳·迪翁 1千9万美元

Celine Dion waves to the crowd after performing with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Central Park's Great Lawn in New York September 15, 2011.

9. Adele

9. Adele ($18 million) 1千8万美元

British singer Adele performs "Someone Like You" at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles in this August 28, 2011 file photo.
2011年8月28日,英国女歌手Adele在美国洛杉矶举行的MTV音乐录影带大奖上演唱神曲《Someone Like You》。

10. Alicia Keys

10. Alicia Keys ($10 million) 1千万美元

Singer Alicia Keys listens as U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a World AIDS Day event at George Washington University in Washington December 1, 2011.