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Meet The 21 Highest Paid Supermodels In The World For 2014

Gisele Bundchen Doutzen Kroes Adriana Lima

The Brazilian beauty, Gisele Bundchen, 34, has once again topped the Forbes magazine’s annual list of highest-paid models for 2014, which estimates her pre-tax haul at $47 million.

The magazine calculated each model’s earnings from June 2013 to June 2014 taking into account income from cosmetics and fragrance deals, endorsements, advertising, and  other ventures.

Tied for 2nd Place with $8 million (before taxes and fees) each were Doutzen Kroes (Dutch Victoria’s Secret model) and fellow Brazilian Victoria’s Secret’s longest-running Angel, Adriana Lima.

So, Gisele made nearly six times that of her closest rivals. All of the 21 models on the list made a combined $142 million.

Gisele Bundchen Doutzen Kroes Adriana Lima

Rounding out the top five with $7 million each were a couple of Kates. British model Kate Moss, American model and Sports Illustrated fave Kate Upton, ex-Angel Miranda Kerr and Liu Wen, “the first Chinese model to walk Victoria’s Secret runway,” formed a group earning $7 million each.

Brazil’s Alessandra Ambrosio and American Hilary Rhoda were next, with $5 million apiece.

Gisele Bundchen

Here are the 21 highest-paid models for the 2013-2014 year: WHO MADE THE LIST?

1. Gisele Bundchen – $47m
2. Doutzen Kroes – $8m
3. Adriana Lima – $8m
4. Kate Moss – $7m
5. Kate Upton – $7m
6. Miranda Kerr – $7m
7. Liu Wen – $7m
8. Alessandra Ambrosio – $5m
9. Hilary Rhoda – $5m
10. Natalia Vodianova – $4m
11. Carolyn Murphy – $4m
12. Karlie Kloss – $4million
13. Jourdan Dunn – $4m
14. Anja Rubik – $3.5m
15. Cara Delevingne – $3.5m
16. Candice Swanepoel – $3m
17. Joan Smalls – $3m
18. Erin Wasson – $3m
19. Erin Heatherton – $3m
20. Lindsey Wixson – $3m
21. Daria Werbowy – $3m

Not only are these some of the hottest women on the planet, but they’re also some of the richest!
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Aimee Lee Webber
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