TIME’s 100 Most Influential People – 2010

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Every year,  TIME Magazine celebrated the 100 most influential figures of the year. Editors give their picks, and users can also vote for those nominated by the editors to give their final rank. Usually, the number one most influential figure graces the cover, but this year the cover is shared by three influential people from three very different areas: Lady Gaga (in the Artists section), Bill Clinton (in the Heroes section), and Didier Drogba, a soccer player for England’s Chelsea Football Club (also in the Heroes section). The list is a large reflection of who (and what) is relevant this year. a few others in the list include:

  1. Barack Obama
  2. Serena Williams
  3. Jet Li
  4. Conan O’ Brien
  5. Elton John
  6. Oprah Winfrey
  7. James Cameron
  8. Marc Jacobs
  9. Sonia Sotomayor
  10. Alicia Keys
  11. Sarah Palin
  12. Ann Coulter
  13. Ben Stiller
  14. Nancy Pelosi
  15. Taylor Swift
  16. Prince
  17. Neil Patrick Harris
  18. Robert Pattinson
  19. Lea Michele
  20. Kathryn Bigelow

Source: TIME.com
Image: TIME.com

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10 thoughts on “TIME’s 100 Most Influential People – 2010

  1. ok soo….Lets me get this straight Jet Li did what.??? I have to know since he is 3dr on this list on 1000 You should tell me what the heck he did but.. I like some of the other people and putting Obama as numba one is kinda un called for there are so many more people who have done more then he has and made more of an impact but he is our president…

  2. Jet-Li is the man lol and real talk you guys should ask what Obama's dione because honestly not much change has occured we still have these employment freezes and all this drama…… Anmd jet-li most likely insopired many fighting movies and Jet Li is a philantriopic ambassador for the Red Cross in China

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