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5 new billionaires join exclusive list.

Celebrity5 new billionaires join exclusive list.

Some well-known Americans, along with 263 others, have recently become members of the three-comma club. The elite club consists of a record number of 2,781 billionaires around the world this year, and most of them are from the US.

The founder of M&A Research Institute is the youngest self-made billionaire at just 33 years old. The youngest is 19-year-old Livia Voigt, who has a stake in the Brazilian turbine manufacturer WEG.

Molly Miao and Ren Xiaoqing are related.

According to Forbes, these three are worth an estimated $4.2 billion. The company was valued at $100 billion and had the largest share of the American fast-fashion market.

Graves is worth an estimated $9.1 billion. "Todd personifies the entrepreneurial spirit – the promise that with dedication, drive, hard work and a great concept, dreams can be achieved," his biography on the chicken finger company's website says. "Todd and his Crew have grown Raising Cane's from a single campus Restaurant to one of the fastest-growing large restaurant brands in the U.S." Earvin "Magic" Johnson.

NBA Hall of Famer Earvin "Magic" Johnson has a net worth of over $1 billion. The Los Angeles Lakers icon has dominated off the court by investing in professional sports teams, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, the NBA's Los Angeles Sparks and the NFL's Washington Commanders.

Swift became the world's most famous billionaire because of her music. Swift's Eras Tour is the first to break $1 billion in revenue and will continue through the end of the year.

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