It seems like every year is the year of Taylor Swift. Though Taylor Swift’s hit album 1989 was released in October 2014 (which seems like ages ago since most of her songs on the album have become huge hits we’ve already gotten sick of) she was still reaping in the album’s benefit with the 2018 Grammy Awards.
Since the cut-off eligibility for last year’s Grammys was before Swift released 1989, she’s a front-runner for this year’s ceremony; she was nominated in three out of what are considered the Big Four categories including Song of the Year and Record of the Year.
Also recently announced, perhaps of lesser prestige, was the most-liked pictures on Instagram of 2018. Out of the top ten, Swift posted an incredible five.
Taylor Swift has such a sphere of influence that she even took her music off Spotify because it simply “felt like a grand experiment.”
All of this helps the fact that she’s the world’s highest paid celebrity of 2018.
This year alone, according to OK! Magazine, Swift raked in $80 million from her entertainment endeavors, boosting her net worth. In 208, the net worth was around $150 Million, while in 2019, the net worth increased to $185 Million.
Taylor Swift Net Worth in 2020 is estimated to be approximately $360 Million.