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February 13, 2008


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Disney might not pay her that much. That wouldn't be too much of a surprise.

Composers are not on the list. I am willing to bet Diane Warren, a huge hitmaker, is high on the list.

Perhaps the richest 15 year old in music??

Billy Ray takes all her money.

My niece loves Miley Cyrus. I think she would not be on the list because of the timeframe 06-07 .Next year she will problably be there with her show, touring, movies and product sales.

It's probably not Miley Cyrus' money yet. Gotta be 18 before you can claim any of your own money.

Why do they have "The Dixie Chicks - $18 million" when everyone else is individuals. The "chicks" have to split this 3 ways, so shouldn't they be listed at $6 million each?

I came here to make the same comment that Hawkmoon made.

I think they should list it by net worth rather than current earnings after all it should be what an artist has earned over their entire career that should count as just how rich they are. As an example I have read that Dolly Parton has a net worth between 950 million to 1 billion dollars which would put her near the top of the list if they did it by net worth.

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