Forbes has come out with a list of the highest paid stars on reality television between June 2015 and June 2016.
Who sits atop this list? And how much did that person bring home over the past year or so?
Scroll down. Find out. And prepare for your jaw to drop... hard.
The Real Housewives of New York cast member and Skinnygirl entrepreneur brought in $8.5 during this time span.
How Did She Do It?
She still makes millions per year off her signature cocktail line and also licensed out the Skinnygirl names to everything from granola bars to kitchen appliances.
The reality star "only" earned $10 million. We put that word in quotation marks because we're comparing Kourtney to her sisters.
Where Did It Come From?
Aside from her Keeping Up with the Kardashians salary, Kourtney shills for Manuka Doctor skin products and Kardashian Beauty.
It pays to be a mother and a manager. To the tune of $11.5 million.
Because she takes a cut of the money made from all of her kids. That's how a manager rolls.
Our favorite sister earned $15 million, $5 million more than she made in 2013, according to Forbes.
What's the Source of Her Cash?
Khloe is a master at sponsored social media posts (why do you think she’s so often waist training?!?) and also has a deal with companies such as Good American
An actual model, Jenner earned $17 million as this career took off over the past several months.
A Model of Money
Deals with Estee Lauder and Calvin Klein help Kendall’s bank account rise, while she also has endorsement contracts with Penshoppe, Marc Jacobs and Topshop. She also has her KUWTK salary and makes money on the runway.
$18 million?!?!? Kylie Jenner, a teenager, made $18 million in one year? Sheesh!
How is That Possible?!?
She has her own cosmetics line, along with endorsement deals with Pacsun, Puma and Sinful Colors. She also promoted at least eight brands this year purely through her Instagram account and her own online game.
Of course she's #1. Thanks to $51 million earned in this 12-month span!
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood alone generated $71.8 million for all involved in it. This accounted for 40% of Kim’s paycheck over this 12-month span. Add in many endorsement deals and her KUWTK salary and there you go.
He really should be at the bottom of this list, considering he says he'll take just $1 to be President. But we wanted to build up suspense before including him. (What? If the guy thinks he's a reality TV star, we're going to treat him like one!)