Taylor Swift's Eras tour has propelled her into the exclusive billionaire club, according to a report by Bloomberg.
She joins the ranks of few recording artists who have achieved a ten-figure fortune primarily through their music career.
The report describes this as the "most definitive account" of the pop star's wealth.
Swift's remarkable success includes breaking box office records with her Eras tour concert film, grossing $92.8 million during its opening weekend.
The singer is poised to dominate the charts once more with the re-release of her 2014 album, "1989."
Taylor Swift's net worth is now estimated at around $1.1 billion.
The billionaire milestone was largely due to her blockbuster tour, which concluded its U.S. leg in August and is set to embark on an extensive international run.
Bloomberg's analysis, while considered conservative, relied on publicly disclosed figures for assets and earnings that could be verified.
The calculation encompassed the value of her properties, music catalog, earnings from streaming deals, music sales, concert revenue, merchandise sales, and various financial factors.
Swift's Eras tour generated over $700 million in ticket sales to date, with the average ticket price at $254, and a pre-tax profit of approximately $225 million.