Forbes Celebrity 100 List Shows Whether Nation Is ‘Team Jacob’ or ‘Team Edward’

twilight starsWell, well, well. Looks like big tree fall hard. The Forbes Celebrity 100 list is out, and if you're a Twilight fan, you might be surprised who did, and who didn't, make the list. Who cares that Jennifer Lopez is number one and that Kim Kardashian is number seven, all we Twi-hards wanna know is where Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner fall on the list. It's our chance to see if the world is truly Team Edward, Team Bella (if that's such a thing), or Team Jacob, and folks, today we have our answer.

Drum roll please ...

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Robert Pattinson, who was number 53 last year, has dropped off the list entirely. Apparently, Breaking Dawn Part 1 wasn't enough to keep his name in the news. He made $26.5 million in the last 12 months, but that ain't enough to make you powerful -- one needs to diversify to stay relevant, if you ask Forbes.

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So who took RPattz's spot? Mr. Taylor Lautner, that's who. Coming in at number 67, he earned the same amount as Robert last year, but because he was in Abduction and thus in the press more, he ousted RPattz, big time.

And what about Bella, you ask? Kristen Stewart is number 43 on the Celeb 100 list. She raked in over $34 million last year and it seemed like whatever move KStew made last year, the press was there to cover it. People love reading about her, and that kind of star power is worth more than gold.

So! Looks like Team Bella beats out both Team Jacob and Team Edward. Let's hear it for girl power. And poor RPattz, not making the cut and all. He shouldn't be too upset, though. He's got plenty of movies coming out this year; I'm sure he'll be back on the Celeb 100 list in 2013.

But for now? The world has spoken. Bella and Jacob are in, Edward is out. Later, RPattz.

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