It has been a good year for Lady Gaga (financially speaking, that is).
Despite the singer being forced to cancel the remainder of her Born This Way Ball tour after undergoing surgery due to a hip injury, the pop star still topped Forbes list of highest-earning celebs under 30, landing the No. 1 spot after raking in a cool $80 million between June 2012 and June 2013, E! News reports.
Justin Bieber came in at No. 2, earning $58 million thanks to his popular tour, successful business ventures and ever-growing presence on social media.
And Taylor Swift nabbed the No. 3 spot, netting $55 million largely due to the success of her fourth studio album, "Red," which sold 1.2 million copies the first week.
Other notable artists to make the cut include Rihanna (who came in at No. 5 with $43 million), Jennifer Lawrence (who landed at No. 8 after earning $26 million) and Kristen Stewart (whose post-"Twilight" success nabbed her the No. 9 spot). Her former co-star, Taylor Lautner, landed at No. 10 on the list, although ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson failed to make the cut.
This year, women dominated the list (filling seven out of the 10 slots), which was compiled by speaking with agents, managers, producers and executives to estimate earnings (which include all entertainment-related income) for each star between June 2012 and June 2013.
This year's top earner is hard at work on her third studio album "ARTPOP," which will be released Nov. 11, 2013. The first single is set to debut Aug. 19.
The Mother Monster hopes "to bring the music industry into a new age; an age where art drives pop and the artist once again is in control of the 'icon" with the release of her upcoming album and app.
There's no stopping Lady G!
Some things you just have to see to believe ...
Geraldo Rivera took selfies to a whole new level Sunday when he posted a semi-nude pic of himself on his Twitter account.
He captioned the rather revealing pic, "70 is the new 50" and added that he's going to land in a bit of hot water for showing the public his bod.
"Erica and family are going to be so [angry] ... but at my age ..." he added.
But wife Erica took it all in good humor, however, telling E! News exclusively, "This is exactly the kind of thing that happens when I fall asleep first. ... Thank god we have towels in the bathroom. But I'm proud my husband looks so hot!"
Rivera appears in front of a mirror wearing a pair of rose-colored lenses (oh, the irony) and covering himself with a towel - a really, really well-placed towel.
And there's no doubt that he's got a great bod for someone his age, but that didn't stop a few celebrities from speaking out on the latest selfie scandal.
Jackee Harry took to Twitter to write, "Dear, Geraldo: STOP! Best, Jackee." Bravo star Andy Cohen later retweeted the message to the news veteran.
Meanwhile, Chrissy Teigen was a little less to the point with her comments.
"I opened up Geraldo's photo and my neighbor now thinks I have some old man fetish thanks," she wrote.
"Girls" star Lena Dunham also added her two cents on the pic, saying, "The oppositional teen in me wants to be like "leave Geraldo alone!" but I can't deal with his penis bones."
Rivera later removed the pic, but tweeted about it: "Note to self: no tweeting after 1am."
Lesson learned. This is one expose we could all have done without.
Lady Antebellum's leading lady has given birth to a little lady, The Associated Press reports.
Hillary Scott's representative says the country singer gave birth to Eisele Kaye Tyrrell on Monday in Nashville, Tenn. Scott is married to Nashville-based drummer Chris Tyrrell. Eisele is the couple's first child.
People magazine first reported the birth. The report said the baby girl weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces.
Scott, 27, is one-third of the Grammy-winning country act Lady Antebellum. The group also includes Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood. They released their fourth album, "Golden," in May.
The couple were married last year.
Scott tweeted her excitement Monday: "She's here, and we are in HEAVEN!!! Eisele Kaye, our beautiful angel, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!"
Rita Moreno will receive the Life Achievement Award for career and humanitarian accomplishments at the 20th annual SAG Awards, the AP reports.
Screen Actors Guild & American Federation of Television and Radio Artists co-president Ken Howard made the announcement Monday. He said Moreno is the 50th recipient of the award, "the most prestigious honor we bestow."
Moreno, 81, won a best supporting actress Oscar for 1961's "West Side Story." She also has won two Emmys, a Tony and a Grammy Award, one of the few artists to win all four top show business awards.
She currently appears in TV Land's "Happily Divorced."
The SAG Awards will air Jan. 18 on TNT and TBS.
Days after Tina Turner tied the knot with longtime beau Erwin Bach, the couple finally held the celebration - a lavish, star-studded party Sunday at their lakeside estate in Switzerland.
Oprah Winfrey, Giorgio Armani, David Bowie, Eros Rmazzotti and Sade were among the 120 guests, according to the "Today" show and other news sites.
The couple's estate was reportedly decorated with 70,000 red and yellow roses from Holland. Men wore black tie to the event, and women were asked to wear white and beige.
Attendees participated in a traditional Buddhist water blessing ritual. Turner has been practicing the faith since the '70s.
Turner, 73, and Bach, 57, have been together for 27 years and have lived in Switzerland for more than 15. This is Bach's first marriage and Turner's second.
She divorced Ike Turner in 1976, and their tumultuous relationship was memorably portrayed in the 1993 biopic "What's Love Got to Do With It."
Author and sports commentator Howard Bryant wants to help teach young people about the history of sports, the AP reports.
Bryant has a deal with Penguin Young Readers Group for nonfiction books about baseball, football and basketball, and a picture book. The publisher announced Monday that the first of the four books will come out in March 2015.
The 44-year-old Bryant is a senior writer for ESPN.com and a commentator for National Public Radio. His previous books include an acclaimed biography of Hank Aaron, "The Last Hero," and "Juicing the Game: Drugs, Power and the Fight for the Soul of Major League Baseball."