The twerk queen Miley Cyrus seems to be everywhere these days. She celebrated her 21st birthday recently, making big news for all the wrong reasons, however this time the bizarre superstar is making news as she is leading the nominees in number of votes, to become the “Time’s Person of the Year”.
The Disney child star-turned sex symbol, established three years ago that she “can’t be tamed”, and now she has become one of the most ‘Tweeted’ celebrities with her controversial video songs, ‘We Can’t Stop’ and ‘Wrecking Ball’ along with her notorious performance with Robin Thicke on VMAs this year.
Ever since then, Miley Cyrus and her outrageous epitome has become an overwhelming internet force backed up by social media
Readers can cast their votes on who should win, however the last say would belong to the Time’s officials. Voting is announced to officially close at 11:59p.m December 4th, 2013. After which the official assessment will commence, that would result in announcing the Time’s Person of the Year on December 11th.
Miley Cyrus currently leads the charts with 26% of the total reader’s votes, followed by India’s political Hindu nationalist and the Prime mistrial Candidate for the country’s current parliamentarian opposition, BJP. Modi stands at 12.1% votes to become the 2013 Time’s Person of the Year.
Also on the list is another luminary from a completely different stratum of life, Edward Snowden, a former CIA and NSA employee who rose to fame after his disclosed 20,000 classified documents to the press. Snowden is considered a fugitive by the United States Government and is currently residing in Russia under temporary asylum.
Pakistani women right activist, Malala Yousafzai is also on the list for Time’s Person of the year, after Russia’s Vladimir Putin.