Oprah Winfrey stepped down from the top of most powerful celebrities in Forbes 2011

In release list of the most powerful celebrities of this year according to Forbes, Oprah Winfrey is one level down from the peak position to 2nd position, displaced by Lady Gaga who last year was in 4th position.

Forbes place Lady Gaga at number 1 position based on its earnings estimates in the last 12 months which of 90 million U.S. dollars, and records 32 million fans on Facebook, and 10 million followers on her Twitter account.

Winfrey, which has a television program 'The Oprah Winfrey Show', after 25 years, down one place from last year to the second position, with revenues of around 290 million dollars.

Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is the youngest celebrity on the list and was in 3rd position, with income of 53 million U.S. dollars from concerts and sales of concert film and documentary film 'Never Say Never. "

U2 and Elton John are at the fourth position, with has an income of 195 million U.S. dollars and Elton John which has an income of 100 million U.S. dollars. Forbes said the amount of income is income before tax between May 1, 2010 and May 1, 2011

Other celebrities which also entered the top 10 was Tiger Woods with earnings of 75 million dollars, country singer Taylor Swift, rock band Bon Jovi, British music producer and jurors 'The X Factor' Simon Cowell and U.S. basketball player LeBron James.

Another major newcomer including singer Katy Perry at number 12, British producer-director Christopher Nolan at number 47, and actress Natalie Portman at number 75.

Former star of 'Real Housewives of New York "Bethenny Frankel, which uses the newest TV show,' Bethenny Ever After 'to promote the brand Skinnygirl drinks, which sold for 100 million dollars, is at number 42.

Celebrities with the greatest revenue from last year's list is Leonardo DiCaprio, which moves up to position 56 from rank 71. Exit This year's list which includes movie and television actors, TV stars, models, athletes, writers and musicians, is Britney Spears, which did not tour in 2010, and star of "Harry Potter" Daniel Radcliffe.

The total collective income figure was down 100 this year, compared to last year, 4.7 billion dollars to 4.5 billion dollars. Donald Trump, which this week out of the 2012 U.S. presidential candidate nomination of the Republican Party, taking advantage of media attention to get into top 20 and ranked 17th, according to Forbes.

A complete list of ratings that can be seen in http://www.forbes.com/wealth/celebrities

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