Move over Jay Z and Beyonce - there’s a new highest-paid ccelebrity couple. Forbes reports Taylor Swift and new beau Calvin Harris, a singer/producer, songwriter and DJ, raked in $146 million over the past year.

Thanks to Swift’s endorsement deals with the likes of Sony and Keds and Harris’ contracts with Giorgio Armani and Sol Republic, the new couple booted mega-stars Bey and Jay from the top spot on the list. Jay Z and Beyonce weren’t too far behind, though. According to Forbes, the two brought in $110.5 million over the past year thanks in part to ticket sales from their collaborative On the Run tour.

Forbes teased the ‘world’s highest paid celebrities’ as a part of their rollout of the upcoming annual Celebrity 100, which will be published June 29. On this year’s list, Forbes ranked the world’s highest-paid celebrities by annual income only and there are only three couples - Taylor and Calvin, Jay and Beyonce, and Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton where each person made the list.

They may no longer top the list of highest earning couples, but these media favorites have no trouble bringing in the millions. The pair, who recently celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary, collaborated this year for their co-headlined On the Run tour, which was the fifth highest grossing excursion of 2014, despite only playing 22 shows in our scoring period. Both have also proven to have plenty of business acumen with their own ventures. Jay Z has his entertainment company, Roc Nation, as well Armand de Brignac champagne and D’Ussé cognac. Not one to be outdone, Beyoncé has her own fragrance line and endorsements with Pepsi, H&M and others. With each a member of this country superstar couple bringing in $28.5 million, Shelton and Lambert have clearly won over more than just America’s heartland. Shelton found time to play more than 40 solo gigs on the road while serving as a judge on The Voice, where member of his teamtook second place last season. Lambert had her biggest year yet, winning multiple Academy of Country Music Awards, including Female Vocalist, Song of the Year and Album of the Year for her hit record, Platinum. She cashed in on this success with non-musical ventures like Red55 Wine, Pink Pistol and Dixie Darlin. They say money can’t buy love. But once you’ve got the love, the money doesn’t hurt. And it seems like the music industry is the place to find both. So, it’s up to you Brangelina: Can Hollywood’s sweethearts top music’s money-making couples next year? Better start filming.