Calvin Harris & The Chainsmokers Represent Dance Music on Forbes' Highest-Paid Celeb List

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Calvin Harris attends the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4, 2018 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Forbes' latest list of the world's highest-paid celebrities is out, and Calvin Harris remains the king of dance floor coin. The "One Kiss" producer comes in at No. 50 on the list with a net worth of $48 million, just under fellow musicians Lady Gaga (No. 49 at $50 million), Jimmy Buffet (No. 47 at $51 million) and Pink (No. 38 at $52 million). 

The only other dance music act to make the list of 99 is The Chainsmokers. The "Closer" duo comes in at No. 59 with a net worth of $45.5 million. Both beat out classic acts Billy Joel and The Rolling Stones, as well as R&B queen and Harris' "We Found Love" collaborator Rihanna.

U2 steal the title of highest-paid musicians at No. 6 with a staggering $118 million. Coldplay follows at No. 7 with $115.5 million. Floyd Mayweather tops the entire list with $285 million, earning his "Money" nickname. Check the full list of highest-paid celebrities via Forbes.