PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Most Powerful Women In Bikinis

Some women have it all: money, power, fame – and a totally rocking bikini bod! has compiled a list of the sexiest stars on the Forbes The Celebrity 100 list and stripped them down into their sexy swimsuits, showing off the hot bodies that made them millions.

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It should come as no surprise that Beyonce’s Bootylicious body scored her the Forbes title as the 2nd most powerful star in Hollywood, making her Radar’s #1 Powerful Bikini Babe!

The sexy singer raked in $87 million in 2009 – see here bikini bod here.

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Not far behind on the Forbes list is Lady Gaga, whose wacky wardrobe and on stage antics made her a cool $62 million in 2009.

The sassy singer has even more to show for when she strips off the layers, revealing a rock hard bikini bod.

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Miley Cyrus might not be even old enough to vote, but the flawlessly bodied bikini babe already makes $48 million a year, which makes her the most powerful and sexiest underage star.

See Miley sizzle in her swimsuit here.

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Brad Pitt certainly knows how to pick powerful and sexy women!: While his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston made more money than Angelina Jolie in 2009, according to Forbes, Angelina ranks higher because of her all-around high scores in every category.

When it comes to their bikini bods, the box office babes are both perfect tens!

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And it is no surprise that Gisele Bundchen is the most powerful supermodel in the world.

Tom Brady’s Angelic wife raked in $25 million, with Heidi Klum and Kate Moss trailing behind her, making $16 and $8 million respectively.

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What other high-earning and powerful bikini babes made’s hot list?

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