PARADE'S What People Earn: Celebrity Salaries Revealed

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It's no secret that most celebs can't complain when it comes to their yearly earnings. How much do they actually make? Take a peek inside the paychecks of some of your favorite stars.*

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Charlie Sheen

$30 million

The 'Two and a Half Men' star may have had a few bumps in the road this year, but his bank account is still intact. The actor earned $30 million in 2010. How's that for winning?





Sandra Bullock

$56 million

Although Bullock has had a tough personal year, the Oscar-winning actress has most definitely come out on top financially, pulling in $56 million from her box office hits.





Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

$27.5 million and $28.5 million

Twilight's dreamy Robert Pattinson earned $27.5 million, while his co-star and rumored off-screen love Kristen Stewart raked in an impressive $28.5 million. That should make for one memorable date night!





Oprah Winfrey

$315 million

Talk isn't cheap, after all! Talk show queen and network owner Oprah Winfrey earned $315 million.






Lady Gaga

$62 million

The 'Born This Way' singer entertained the world last year, earning a $62 million nest egg.






Dr. Phil McGraw

$80 million

Just what the doctor ordered! Dr. Phil McGraw took home $80 million from his day job.





Chelsea Handler

$19 million

The talk-show host makes audiences laugh daily, but she's laughing all the way to the bank with $19 million in her pocket.






Ryan Seacrest and Donald Trump

$51 million and $50 million

A few years ago, would you ever have guessed that Ryan Seacrest would out-earn The Donald? It's close, but Seacrest brought home $51 million, while Donald Trump earned "just" $50 million.





Beyonce and Jay-Z

$87 million and $63 million

Wonder if there's any salary competition in Beyonce and Jay Z's house? Beyonce out-earned her hubby last year, with $87 million, while Jay brought home a cool $63 million.




* Sources include Forbes, TV Guide and Vanity Fair

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