Swifties are known for praising Taylor Swift's incredible Eras Tour, claiming she's saved the economy, and it seems they might be onto something.
Recent financial reports suggest that the Grammy-winning artist is well on her way to becoming a billionaire, a remarkable feat in itself. But what's even more astonishing is that she earned more from a single concert than her rumored boyfriend Travis Kelce does in an entire year.
Unless you've been completely cut off from the world, you probably know that the 'Anti-hero' singer ended her long-term relationship with Joe Alwyn earlier this year.
Six months down the road, Swift has already been romantically linked with one of the NFL's biggest stars: Travis Kelce.
In fact, she was seen seated next to the footballer's mother during a Kansas City Chiefs game, and there were even sightings of her leaving the locker room with her supposed new beau.
While all eyes are on the Super Bowl champion, Swift continues to prove why she's one of the world's most sought-after women. With a string of chart-topping hits and worldwide recognition, it's no surprise. Business Insider's experts have also unveiled her staggering net worth.
Delving into the figures, it's estimated that she rakes in an astonishing $13 million from ticket sales for each night of her Eras tour.
To provide some context, Kelce's annual earnings as the Chiefs' tight end come to $12.3 million, even after securing the Super Bowl win.
But that's not all; experts predict that Swift is on the verge of joining the billionaire's club very soon. Rough estimates place her net worth at a jaw-dropping $740 million, and this sum is set to soar with the upcoming release of the tour documentary, "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour," scheduled for next month.
Forbes reports that Swift banked $92 million in 2022 alone, indicating that her wealth is set to witness a huge annual growth.
Interestingly, it appears she's found her ideal counterpart in the NFL player, Kelce, who boasts numerous lucrative endorsements off the field.
Following his Super Bowl victory with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this year, he's poised to pocket an impressive bonus of $157,000 (£128k) for the championship win.
But the epic payday doesn't end there; Kelce has reportedly amassed an extra $5 million (£4.1m) through major brand collaborations with Nike, T-Mobile, McDonald's, and Old Spice.
Here's to hoping this potential power couple can capitalize on their years of hard work!