Taylor Swift was officially named a member of the three-comma-club Tuesday, as Forbes confirmed rumors estimating her wealth exceeds a billion dollars.
Along with her vast songwriting catalog, Swift staged the first billion-dollar tour ever. The ongoing Eras Tour has boosted economies and delighted fans around the world.
Swift, 34, also has a significant real estate portfolio, with homes in New York, Beverly Hills, Nashville, and a coastal mansion in Rhode Island.
Her touring milestone was one of many records Swift shattered over the past year, including winning a fourth Grammy for Album of the Year, the most of any artist.
She received wall-to-wall attention throughout 2023, which closed with Time Magazine honoring Swift as Person of the Year, calling her a “rare person who is both the writer and hero of her own story.”
And in mere weeks, fans will have a brand-new album to look forward to: Taylor Swift is set to drop “The Tortured Poets Department” on April 19.
Taylor Swift, born December 13, 1989, is a celebrated American singer-songwriter known for her captivating storytelling, genre versatility, and cultural influence.
Her meteoric rise to fame, marked by chart-topping albums and hit singles, has solidified her status as one of the most prominent figures in contemporary music.
Beyond her artistic achievements, Swift’s philanthropy and advocacy efforts underscore her commitment to social causes, making her a multifaceted icon of the modern entertainment industry.