Violinist Vanessa Mae has topped a list of Britain's wealthiest young entertainers, thanks to her GBP32 million ($56 million) fortune. The beautiful Singapore-born musician - who finished tenth overall in the list of Britain's one hundred richest young people - replaces last year's (05) winner Victoria Beckham, who is now too old to qualify. Mae, 27, also beat model/actress Kiera Chaplin, the granddaughter of prolific comedian Charlie Chaplin to the top spot, as well as Brit rockers Coldplay. The Rich List is published annually by British newspaper The Sunday Times.
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