The financial bi-weekly projects the star will reel in the dough from her aggressive touring schedule (41 shows in the next six months) and her new album, 'Born This Way" set to drop in May, that is expected to be a hit-maker.
Additional cash would come from her array of product endorsements and merchandise deals that include arrangements with VirginMobile and Polaroid. "She's just hitting her stride artistically and commercially now. We're only seeing the beginning," entertainment attorney Bernie Resnick, who represents Gaga's manager, Troy Carter, said.
Melbourne (ANI): Pop singer Lady Gaga is apparently set to earn an estimated 100 million dollars in 2011. According to Forbes magazine, the eccentric fashionista and entrepreneur earned approximately 64 million dollars last year, reports News.com.au.