Oprah did it again.
Oprah Winfrey, Tiger Woods and Angelina Jolie are the top three celebrities on Forbes' annual Celebrity 100 List, a ranking of the world's most powerful and highest-paid stars.
A celeb's number on the list, which was published Wednesday, is determined by a range of factors, including earnings, number of cover appearances on consumer magazines, searches on Google, press mentions and mentions on radio or television.
Below are the top 10 celebrities on the list:
1. Oprah Winfrey
Oprah retained her top spot on the Celebrity 100 despite declining ratings for her afternoon talk show, bringing in $275 million in the last 12-month period. Her earning power has remained fairly constant, with Harpo Productions garnering such hit shows as "Dr. Phil" and "The Rachael Ray Show."
2. Tiger Woods
The world's No. 1 golfer proved yet again why he's one of the highest-earning celebs, bringing in $115 million in 2007, a year which saw him win his 9th PGA Player of the Year Award. Although Woods ended his decade-old endorsement deal with American Express, he signed a five-year agreement with Gatorade for his own line of drinks.
3. Angelina Jolie
The actress and U.N. Goodwill Ambassador brought in $14 million this year, and moved up in the rankings, thanks to interest in her activism, relationship with Brad Pitt and impending delivery of the couple's twins.
4. Beyonce Knowles
Knowles' endorsements with L'Oreal and American Express helped the actress and singer bring in $80 million in a 12-month period, as did selling $50 million in tickets on a recent tour. The former member of group Destiny's Child has also expanded into fashion, film and publishing.
5. David Beckham
The English soccer import moved up the Celebrity 100 list, even though his salary with the Los Angeles Galaxy earned him only $5.5 million. With a share of the team's ticket, merchandise and sponsorship revenues, plus endorsements, Beckham brought in $50 million this year.
6. Johnny Depp
The actor retained the No. 6 spot on the Celebrity 100 list, thanks to his mainstream appeal as Captain Jack Sparrow in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy and his Oscar-nominated turn in "Sweeney Todd." Depp earned $72 million between June 2007 and June 2008.
Jay-Z, reportedly married to the No. 4 celeb Beyonce, had a successful year with a well-received comeback CD and a $150 million deal with the concert promoter Live Nation, bringing his earnings to $82 million.
8. The Police
The rock 'n' roll group fronted by Sting reunited for a world tour in 2007, and sold $200 million in tickets, despite past disagreements that broke up the trio. The Police played to 4 million fans in sold-out concerts on five continents, earning the group $115 million and its first spot on the Celebrity 100.
9. J.K. Rowling
The year 2007 was a good one for the British writer, whose last book in the Harry Potter series sold 15 million copies in the first 24 hours of its release. Her seven books have sold an estimated 375 million copies worldwide, earning her an estimated $300 million between June 2007 and June 2008.
10. Brad Pitt
The actor ranked lower than partner Angelina Jolie on this year's Celebrity 100, but still earned $20 million in a year that saw the actor help rebuild homes in New Orleans, star in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and await the birth of the fifth and sixth members of the Jolie-Pitt clan.