Taylor Swift is now officially a billionaire

Taylor Swift keeps cruising, can't stop won't stop moving and it has paid off – literally. The Bejewelled singer has officially crossed the threshold into billionaire status with the launch of her Eras Tour, which has reportedly generated as much money as the economies of small nations. Per Bloomberg, who crowned the Grammy winner with her new financial title, she's gained an $80 million from music sales, has $110 million in current property values, has earned $120 million from streaming earnings, a whopping $370 million in ticket sales and merchandise and the music she's rereleased since 2019 has an estimated $400 million value. And the 21 cities the Anti-Hero artist has performed in across North America in her first leg of the Eras Tour this year have also received an economic boost. But Swfities have their own reason for celebration, with the release of Taylor's fourth re-recorded album, 1989 (Taylor's Version). And not only does it include all of the album's original songs, but also boasts five previously unreleased vault tracks.