Taylor Swift lands top spot on Forbes Highest-Earning Musicians list for 2nd time

ABC News' Janai Norman reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:55 | 12/08/19

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We're getting excited. It's time for "Pop news." It's because there's food coming. We're doing it a little early. We start with Taylor Swift who can 1er78 -- certainly afford to keep the Christmas lights up till January. She just landed the top spot on the "Forbes" list of highest earning musicians for the second time in five years. Swift earning $185 million thanks to a new record deal, endorsements and the end of her most recent tour. Congrats to her. Taking the number two spot Kanye west pulling in $150 million due in part to a surge in sales of yeezy sneakers and Ed sheeran coming in at number three making $110 million. Good revenge for Taylor after Kanye -- Yeah, you're right. Hat's off to you, Taylor. Okay, so with this next story, this is for you, whit. For me? This is my Christmas gift to you because I know it's your favorite. Okay. "National lampoon's Christmas vacation" is turning 30. And it's time to have the -- you do it. Hap, hap, happiest Christmas. And now you can see classic scenes like this back on the big screen. AMC theatres celebrating. A lot of SAP. I couldn't finish the other line, though, there was some language there. Celebrating this milestone by selling tickets for 5 bucks. Show times continue through December 12th. Love it. Why would we need to pay? We could just listen to whit. Squirrel! You have a striking resemblance. That there is an rv. Love how much you love that movie. Okay, so maybe you heard the one about the art collector who paid $120,000 for a banana duct taped to a wall at art Basel, Miami. Well, pause for the wisecracks to settle down. So did you hear about what happened next? A guy walked up to the banana taped to the wall, took it down and ate it in front of astonished art world types. Was he the guy who paid all the money? No, he's actually like a performance artist. We asked the banana eater himself, David datuna, a New York performance artist, and take a listen. Reaction was really crazy. It was around 500, 700 people around and like 50% of people say don't do this. It's crazy. And another 50% say do it, it's genius. So no worries. The artwork came with a certificate of authenticity allowing the owners to replace the banana as needed. Wait a minute. So what did you pay for, the duct tape? A certificate of authenticity. Because, you know duct tape does lose its stickiness after a while. It was all a sham. I don't know. Excellent performance. Absolutely. Absolutely. And finally, let's end like

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