The Brazilian beauty placed 56th on Forbes magazine's annual Celebrity 100 - which is compiled based on estimated earnings, how many times a celebrity is mentioned in the media, their social media activity and estimated influence - putting her higher than fellow models Kate Moss and Kate Upton .
The 33-year-old star's place was awarded thanks to the $47 million she made in the last year with lucrative campaigns for a diverse range of brands, including Chanel, H&M, Panetene and Oral-B, plus her collaboration with Brazilian shoemaker Grendene and her Hope line of lingerie.
British beauty Moss was ranked 91st on the list, two places ahead of Sports Illustrated star Upton - who, at 22, was one of the youngest stars to appear on the list - and both women made an estimated $7 million in the last 12 months.
The overall Celebrity 100 was topped by 'Drunk in Love' hitmaker Beyonce, who came in one place ahead of basketball star LeBron James and five places higher than her husband Jay Z.
Last year's first placed star, Oprah Winfrey, only made the fourth spot on the list this year.