MILEY CYRUS is currently leading in TIME magazine’s “Person of the Year” voting, celebrity news tells us.
Believe it or not!
Miley Cyrus may have been listed as one of the least influential celebrities of the entire year by GQ magazine despite being a self-confessed feminist, but she’s definitely winning in TIME magazine’s “Person of the Year” poll… so far.
The voting, which will end on December 5 at midnight, currently shows the tongue-wagging singer on top of the list of people that visitors think “most influenced the news this year, for better or worse.”
Cyrus reportedly has 29.5% of the votes for two separate polls—one faces her off against another public figure and another is a simple “yes/no” vote on her relevance as Person of the Year.”
Next on the list are the likes of Indian politician Narendra Modi(12.7%), NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden(9.8%), Egyptian general Abdel Fattah el-Sisi(6.7%), and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan (6.0%) trail badly.
It isn’t until way below the list until we see more famous names like Vladimir Putin, Pope Francis,President Obama and Rand Paul.
Well, how about that?
Watch out if she gets the title when the decision is revealed on December 11.