Taylor Swift performs on stage during the 1989 World Tour Live

Taylor Swift performs on stage during the 1989 World Tour Live at Ford Field on May 30, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan. 

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There's no "Blank Space" in Taylor Swift's bank account. The singer-songwriter tops Forbes' annual list of the 100 highest-paid celebrities with $170 million, more than doubling her previous high -- set last year -- of $80 million.

Swift is ahead of fellow chart-topping pop stars Adele at No. 9 with $80.5 million, Madonna at No. 12 with $76.5 million, Rihanna at No. 13 with $75 million and Katy Perry at No. 63 with $41 million.

The "Shake It Off" crooner's star-studded "1989 World Tour" earned more than $200 million last year. "She smashed the Rolling Stones' North American touring record, grossing $200 million on the continent en route to quarter of a billion dollars in total," Forbes said. "She also pads her pocketbook by shilling for brands including Diet Coke, Keds and Apple."

Swift's DJ ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris landed at No. 21 on the magazine's list with $63 million. Had they stuck together, Swift and Harris would have bested Beyonce and Jay Z to be the year's top-earning couple.

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Other top 10 earners included boy band One Direction at No. 2 with $110 million, actor-comedian Kevin Hart at No. 6 with $87.5 million and self-proclaimed "king of media" Howard Stern at No. 7 with $85 million.

Kim Kardashian is featured on the magazine's cover. She's No. 42 on the list with $51 million. Forbes says 40 percent of her paycheck this year came from her mobile game "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood." The game's maker, Glu Mobile, is scheduled to release an app starring Swift later this year.