Justin Bieber and Gabby Douglas Salaries


Celebrities are pretty much always top earners, but some are even higher earners than others as Parade’s newest list suggest. So here we take a look at some of our favorite stars and their big salaries on what they earn. Some might surprise you more than others, be on the look out! However, some might make you angry to depending on whom you support or do not support. However, lets dig right into this juicy list to see who earns what.

Gabriella Douglas ($10.25 m)
Justin Bieber ($55 m)
Alana Thompson Honey Boo Boo ($50,000)
Carly Rae Jepsen ($2 m)
Taylor Swift ($57 m)

Wow, not shabby even if I do have to say so myself! Hopefully some of them are saving their money and spending it wisely. I thank Alana’s mother is being careful, but I have to say I am starting to wonder about Justin. He loves fancy cars and I think in some ways he is a big spender. Maybe his mother or manager can help point him in the right direction to save for his own future. I am pretty sure he will hit lean times, just like everyone else does. Same can be said for all of them, even though I am not too worried about some. As far as I know, Justin appears to be the only big spender in the lot listed here,

Are you shocked by how much they earn? I was shocked to see that Gabriella makes way less than Justin. I would have thought it would have been closer to his earnings, but then again Olympics are not known as money earners. Luckily this can lead to other jobs for her that can help her roll in the big bucks. At least people can sigh though, over the fact that Honey Boo Boo makes the least out of 5 listed here.

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Sarah Peel is a freelance writer/blogger who has written for many sites and is the owner of Miss Virtual Reality

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