Respectable Forbes magazine has recently published another respectable list. Now the list is devoted to richest supermodels of the world. As it turns out, Milla Jovovich and Heidi Klum are not only beautiful, desirable and sexy women. They are also incredibly wealthy.
The first position on the Forbes list is taken by Milla Jovovich. She makes $10.5 million a year. The star of the Fifth Element is the highest-paid supermodel in the world. She signed her most profitable contract with the company L'Oreal, the products of which she has been advertising since 1998. In addition, Milla is a successful movie star. Her roles in such movies as Resident Evil and Ultraviolet helped her put $6.5 million in her pocket.
A hot Brazilian girl Gisele Bundchen takes the second place on the list of richest supermodels with her ten million dollars a year. She signed a very sexy contract to advertise Victoria's Secret underwear and outerwear: for four years she will be paid $30 million. One has to add her fees for various fashion shows. Leonardo Di Caprio's girlfriend charges $50,000 a day for showing her body movements on the catwalk.
Young mom Heidi Klum is on the third position. She makes about eight million dollars a year in the advertising business. Klum also works for Victoria's Street as well as for Katjes, Spar and Comma. The girl is to host a reality show on American television this fall.
American supermodel Caroline Murphy with her five million dollars a year takes the fourth position on the list. Caroline advertises Estee Lauder cosmetics. She also makes a career in television business, although she has not achieved great success there yet.
American Tyra Banks takes the fifth position on the list, although one cannot say that the 30-year-old beauty girl is poor. Tyra Banks is on very good terms with banks: her advertising of Victoria's Street products brings her four million dollars a year. The daily earnings of the supermodel, who is said to have had an affair with basketball player Michael Jordan, make up $35,000.
In a weary world of endless US military interventions, sanctions, trade tariffs and chaos, let’s pause and take stock of the shining house on the hill