This year has been a rollercoaster for many, but that didn't stop the checks from rolling in for plenty of celebrities.

Kylie Jenner topped Forbes' list of the year's highest-paid celebrities, based on earnings from June 2019 through May 2020.

Jenner earned $590 million, largely due to the sale of her lucrative Kylie Cosmetics line to Coty, while her brother-in-law, Kanye West, raked in $170 million in large part due to his Yeezy clothing and sneaker deal with Adidas.

Athletes Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi nabbed the third, fourth and fifth spots, while Tyler Perry came in sixth, earning $97 million for his "Madea" film franchise. Last year, Perry opened the 330-acre Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.

Some on this year's list also made history. Tennis star Naomi Osaka brought in $37 million, the most any female athlete has ever made in a single year, according to Forbes, making the list at No. 90.

Here are the top 25 highest-paid celebs of 2020, according to Forbes:

1. Kylie Jenner — $590 million

2. Kanye West — $170 million

3. Roger Federer — $106.3 million

4. Cristiano Ronaldo — $105 million

5. Lionel Messi — $104 million

6. Tyler Perry — $97 million

7. Neymar — $95.5 million

8. Howard Stern — $90 million

9. LeBron James — $88.2 million

10. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson — $87.5 million

11. Rush Limbaugh — $85 million

12. Ellen DeGeneres — $84 million

13. Bill Simmons — $82.5 million

14. Elton John — $81 million

15. James Patterson — $80 million

16. Stephen Curry — $74.5 million

17. Ariana Grande — $72 million

18. Ryan Reynolds — $71.5 million

19. Gordon Ramsay — $70 million

20. The Jonas Brothers — $68.5 million

21. The Chainsmokers — $68 million

22. Dr. Phil McGraw — $65.5 million

23. Ed Sheeran — $64 million

24. Kevin Durant — $63.9 million

25. Taylor Swift — $63.5 million