Taylor Swift is the highest paid woman in music, according to Forbes

Forbes reported that she's earned $185M in pre-tax income over the past year.

Taylor Swift is having an amazing week -- and it's only Monday.

Her album "Lover," which came out last Friday, has already had the biggest sales week for any album since her 2017 album, "Reputation."

And on Monday, Forbes has named her the world's highest paid woman in music for 2019.

Swift has earned a whopping $185 million in pretax income from June 2018 to June 2019, mostly thanks to her "Reputation" stadium tour, which grossed $266 million, according to the magazine. She also inked a nine-figure deal with Republic Records.

Beyoncé comes in second on the women in music list with $81 million, while Rihanna rounds out the top three with $62 million. Swift's former nemesis Katy Perry comes in fourth, followed by Pink, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Céline Dion and Shakira.

Back in July, Forbes named Swift as the world's top-earning entertainer in general, not just in the music world. She beat out Kylie Jenner at No. 2 and Kanye West at No. 3. Her pal Ed Sheeran came in at No. 5.

Monday night, Swift opens the MTV Video Music Awards. She and Grande are leading nominees, with 10 nods apiece.