Transcript for Britney Spears Makes Forbes' Highest-Paid Females in Hollywood
with an inside look at the mind-boggling budget of britney spears. How much she makes and what it takes to keep up with that lifestyle. Linsey davis is poring over the spread sheets. Reporter: Oops, she did it again. Britney spears is back on the list of hollywood's highest paid females. This time, she's second only to oprah. She's worth an estimated $200 million. ♪ britney spears has been dancing her way to the top of the charts for more than a decade. At just 30 years old, her reign as the queen of pop has been a lucrative one. Earlier this month, "forbes" named her the second highest paid woman in hollywood. Estimated earnings of $58 million in the past 12 months. You can't destroy that song, sweetie. Reporter: That doesn't include her paycheck as the newest judge of "the x factor." How does she spend that money? The fortune has beener a conservatorship after her breakdown four years ago. There's a lot of speculation. Right now, she seems happy with the way things are working out. The people around her seem happy with it, too. Reporter: Of course, maintaining the lifestyle of a musical superstar is not cheap. Want to get her look, it will cost you roughly $2500 in hair and makeup. 4,000 in massages, grooming, and nails. And about $43,000 in clothes. Keeping the spears estate running like clock work is also expensive. Household expenses, nearly $180,000. And while we'll never fully understand the circus that can be the life of a celeb, in some ways, she's just like the rest of us. She regularly goes to stores like target, cvs, t.J. Maxx and sears. And she's shopped at gap kid, kids foot locker and toys "r" us. She's not living beyond her means, especially compared to other hollywood stars. Reporter: Rather frugal. She edged out taylor swift by a cool mill. All earnings from may of 2011 and 2012 were because of the world tour. We reached out to the spears da camp. They said hit me baby one here time. No, no, no. Ding, ding, ding. Living beyond your means at $73 million a year.
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