Lady GaGa has been tipped by Forbes to become the highest earning act of 2011, predicting that the Telephone singer will make a cool $100 million.
GaGa, who reached seventh place on Forbes' 2010 list of the worlds highest-earning musicians, is expected to replace U2 on this year's list, making the 24-year old the world's top performer.
Forbes predict that the Poker Face hitmaker, who earned $64 million in 2010, is expected to double that figure with the release of her sophomore LP Born This Way in May and various products endorsed by GaGa.
The 24-year old's Monster Ball world tour is also expected to contribute to GaGa's earnings, with Hollywood Reporter claiming that she should earn $33 million from the shows in the first half of 2011.
Born This Way is expected to make $20-$30 million, with the website claiming that those figures could double if the LP reaches the heights of Michael Jackson's hit album Thriller, making GaGa a stadium headliner.
If Lady G achieves these predictions, she is expect to net $100-$130 million in 2011, meaning she would easily surpass U2 as the world's most successful act.
Not bad for a year's work eh, GaGa...