Given her massive record sales and multiple sold-out tours, it’s no wonder Taylor Swift nabbed the #1 spot on Billboard’s “Music’s Top 40 Money Makers” list.
The “Should’ve Said No” songstress reportedly raked in a hefty salary of $35.7 million for the 2011 year with combined songwriting royalties, an $88.5 million-grossing Speak Now world tour, and her quadruple platinum album.
In what's quite the special month for the publication, GQ UK has unveiled five covers for its October 2011 Men of the Year issue.
Coinciding with Tuesday night's (September 6) GQ Men of the Year Awards ceremony, Hollywood hunks Bradley Cooper and Hugh Laurie, as well as music legends U2 and Keith Richards of Rolling Stones stardom, are among those landing front page status.
Tending to promotional duties, Joe Jonas paid a visit to ITV studios in London, England earlier today (June 29).
The 21-year-old musician, who stopped by the network to push his hot new single "See No More," looked handsome as he made his exit - sporting a pair of aviators, black jacket and black jeans for the UK promotional efforts.
One of the more anticipated acts featured during the weekend long musical celebration, U2 took the stage to the thrill of the audience at the 2011 Glastonbury Festival in Glastonbury, England on Friday night (June 24).
With Bono doing what he does best, the heralded entertainer treated the Worthy Farm crowd to a full range of hits including "Beautiful Day" and "Bloody Sunday" while joined by bandmates The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr..