Forbes Top 100 Most Influential Women in 2021: Rihanna, Beyoncé & Taylor Swift

As the business magazine Forbes confirmed, three musicians were able to mix in the top 100 most influential women of 2021.

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Rihanna, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift have more in common than they are among the most successful women in pop music: Forbes has included all three women in its list of the 100 Most Influential Women in the World in 2021, published on Tuesday, December 7th. The business magazine cited her achievements in the fields of music, fashion and financial income as reasons for mentioning it.

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Rihanna led the trio in number 68. Thanks to her many years of income from her music, the Barbadian artist was able to pump millions into her own line of cosmetics and achieved worldwide success. The make-up was so popular that RiRi was named a billionaire in the summer of 2021 after “Fenty Beauty” generated $ 550 million in 2020 alone.

Queen Bey
Beyoncé made it 76th thanks to her own music, the tracks from Destiny’s Child, the 2019 Coachella documentary “Homecoming” and her adidas collaboration for Ivy Park. Her “On The Run” tour with husband Jay-Z was also named Reason for being named in the list of the most influential women of 2021, which grossed the couple around $ 250 million.

All good things are 3
Taylor Swift rounds off the trio and was able to find himself in 78th position. According to Forbes business magazine, the resumption of their album “Red (Taylor’s Version)” and the drop of their surprise CDs “Folklore” and “Evermore” were a step in the right direction.

This woman won the race
Even though Taylor, Beyoncé and Rihanna have millions or even billions in their accounts, they still couldn’t make it into the top 10. Instead, businesswoman and author MacKenzie Scott, known for her philanthropic work, made it to the top of the ranking. After the divorce from Jeff Bezos, with whom she founded the listed US online mail order company Amazon in the 1990s, the mother of four received a quarter of the Amazon shares and has since donated $ 8.9 billion to charitable organizations.

Vice-President Kamala Harris secured second place, while French Christine Lagarde, the first woman to head the European Central Bank, came third.