“Forbes” magazine every year launches “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women”, So, This year also “Forbes” released its “Top 100 World’s Most Powerful Women” list of 2021. This list includes a variety of impressive ladies who have made an undeniable impact in the spotlight or behind the scenes.
On December 8, Forbes proved that women are more powerful than ever when they released their “World’s most powerful Women” list of this year. In the list, we can see many familiar faces, such as Taylor Swift, Rihana, and Beyonce, as well as some women who are working behind the scenes and changing the world just as much.
Many women are included in this list, from actresses to singers to media company moguls to talk show hosts, and many women from different sectors are included in this list.
Rihanna is the wealthiest female musician on the planet, with a net worth of $1.7 billion. The “Umbrella” crooner, who came in at No. 68, runs her cosmetic line, Fenty Beauty. She also runs a skincare brand, Fenty Skin, and lingerie brand, Savage X Fenty.
Taylor Swift, who came in at No. 78, also has a successful and hectic year. She started the year re-recording and re-releasing two of her previous six studio albums to own her music entirely, and it’s proved to be a delight to her fans.
After re-releasing her 2008 album Fearless and renaming it Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in April, as well as re-releasing her 2012 album Red and renaming it Red (Taylor’s Version) in Nov., she’s proving “out with the old tunes and in with the revamped (and more experienced) tunes” is where it’s at. Her re-releases are doing better than the originals, which is truly impressive and greatly reflects how devoted the “Swifties” are.
Beyonce is on the list at No. 76. She is another artist who has been named one of the most powerful women of the year 2021, and her track record backs the choice up. Beyonce became the most decorated female artist in Grammy’s history. When earlier this year, at the Grammys ceremony, she won Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl,” Best R&B Performance for “Black Parade,” and Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for her feature on the “Savage” remix.