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Top Ten Richest Chinese Female Celebrities in 2011
The actress did not appear in many productions, but focused on ads after giving birth.
Li appeared in “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan” and focused on creating a good image through charity work.
The sexy starlet had starring roles in “If You Are the One” and “A Beautiful Life”, as well as many commercials.
After yet another pregnancy, the actress appeared in “All’s Well Ends Well 2011”, a box-office hit.
Zhang’s reported fee for the movie was a whooping 10 Million Yuan.
The (ugly) Weibo Queen joined Huayi Bros Media Group, a smart move that rocketed her commercial numbers through the roof.
SELF-Proclaimed “Beauty Queen” blazed the headlines with her sudden marriage to WANG XIAO FEI.
The Taiwanese model that every girl hates and every guy loves appeared on CCTV’s New Year’s Gala, a program that every Chinese family watches purely by convention, performing… magic tricks. As bizarre as that may sound, it did result in even more commercials for Lin.
The fake but beautiful star got good overseas exposure (or rather, domestic coverage) through sidelining several fashion shows dressed in atrocious gowns. What inevitably resulted was increases in commercials and $$.
The actress that no one likes still rakes in the big bucks, after appearing in government promotional videos (cough, Bo Xi Lai, cough) and singing (?!) at the 16th Asian Games. One has to wonder what will happen to her this year, without government-related activities.
The only one on this list that deserves to be on: the Queen held 13 concerts after her comeback in 2010. ALL SOLD OUT. And even a single ticket was hard to get.
Ranking from Forbes.com