Hailey Bieber has become one of the heroines of the new American Forbes “30 under 30” list, which traditionally includes young and successful representatives from various fields — from science to show business.
Although 26-year—old Hailey has long been successful as a model, for the first time she got into this Forbes rating thanks to her business – this year Bieber launched her beauty brand Rhode. In June, the first three products worth less than $30 were presented to the public, 700 thousand people have since been on the waiting list for purchase. Hailey also told Forbes that her company is on track to achieve eight-figure revenue this year. The other day, Hailey found herself in the spotlight thanks to a bold personal confession. The model told about an ovarian cyst when she once again had to refute rumors about pregnancy.
Together with Hailey, the 27-year-old rap singer Megan Thee Stallion got on the cover of the Forbes special number and immediately went down in history as the first black woman who managed it. According to Forbes, in 2022 Megan earned $13 million thanks to fees, ticket sales, merchandise, and collaboration with brands such as Nike, Revlon, and Popeyes. For the first time, she got into the annual list of “30 under 30” back in 2020.
The new list also includes 25-year-old “Euphoria” star Sydney Sweeney, 29-year-old Brazilian pop star Anitta, a 20-year-old actress from the TV series “Very Strange Things” Sadie Sink, and 20-year-old model Quannah Chasinghorse, representing the indigenous people of America.