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2012 Portrait Top 30 Under 30 Chosen By YOU!
By Ang Lee (Age 25, Australia)

As 2012 comes to an end, we look back and celebrate another year full of talent. With over 24,000 votes, here are the 2012 top 30 favourite celebs under 30 as voted by YOU! Read on to find out who made the top cut, who didn’t, and just how close competition got!

#30. On Fire: Ksenia Solo
October 8, 1987

You might recognise her from shows like Life UneXpected and the film Black Swan, but in 2012 it was Ksenia’s ongoing role as Kenzi in Lost Girl that showed the world she was a force to be reckoned with. Fans can’t wait to delve into Kenzi’s back story and discover how she came to be the fierce girl we all know and love.

What’s Next: Season three begins January 6 in the US. Ksenia has also optioned the screen rights to the eBook “Too Early for Flowers: The Story of a Polio Mother” through her company, OnFire Films. This talented star will star in and produce it!


#29. Fangtastic: The Vampire Diaries (30 and under) Cast
Nina Dobrev
(Elena Gilbert – January 9, 1989), Paul Wesley (Stefan Salvatore – July 23, 1982), Steven R. McQueen (Jeremy Gilbert – July 13, 1988), Katerina Graham (Bonnie Bennett – September 5, 1989), Candice Accola (Caroline Forbes – May 13, 1987), Zach Roerig (Matt Donovan – February 22, 1985), Michael Trevino (Tyler Lockwood – January 25, 1985), Claire Holt (Rebekah – June 11, 1988), Torrey DeVitto (Meredith Fell – June 8, 1984)

In 2012, season three of The Vampire Diaries ended with a gamechanger - the show’s heroine, Elena dying and setting up season four with her as a vampire, adding another supernatural character to the mix in season four. With vampires, werewolves, hybrid vampire werewolves, witches and vampire hunters running around town, it’s no wonder the world’s intrigued by the show and its cast right now. Also in 2012, a few cast members found time for extra-curricular activities – we saw Nina in the film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Candice in the web series Dating Rules For My Future Self season two, and Kat continuing with her music career.

What’s Next: There’s most twists and turns with the rest of season four. Kat can also be seen in Boogie Town and Torrey in Evidence.

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#28. Loving Them is Easy: McFly
Tom Fletcher
(Lead vocals, guitar, piano – July 17, 1985), Danny Jones (Lead vocals, guitar – March 12, 1986), Dougie Poynter (Bass, backing vocals – November 30, 1987), Harry Judd (Drums– December 23, 1985)

It’s been about 10 years since they formed and in 2012, McFly continued to show their staying power through touring, another greatest hits album and even an autobiography. Something tells us we’ll be seeing these talented guys celebrate another 10 years together!

What’s Next: Bring on more touring and a new album!

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#27. Odds Ever In Their Favour: The Hunger Games Cast
Jennifer Lawrence
(Katniss Everdeen – August 5, 1990), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark – October 12, 1992), Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne – January 13, 1990), Willow Shields (Prim Everdeen– June 1, 2000), Amandla Stenberg (Rue – October 23, 1998), Alexander Ludwig (Cato – May, 7, 1992), Leven Rambin (Glimmer – May 17, 1990), Isabelle Fuhrman (Clove – February 25, 1997), Jack Quaid (Marvel – April 24, 1992), Dayo Okeniyi (Thresh – June 14, 1988), Jaqueline Emerson (Foxface – August 21, 1994), Willow Shields (Prim Everdeen– December 23, 1985),

The Hunger Games was one of the biggest and highly anticipated films of 2012, and in both its lead up and aftermath, everyone wants a piece of them. Also in 2012, Jennifer became the new face of Dior and starred in the films Silver Linings Playbook and House at the End of the Street, Josh starred in Journey 2: The Mysterious Island and Red Dawn, Liam in The Expendables 2, and Leven in Green Day’s “Stray Heart” music video.

What’s Next: We can’t wait for The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire! If that’s not enough, catch Jennifer in The Falling, Josh in Epic, (There’s also word of a Journey 3), Liam in Love and Honor, Paranoia and Empire State, Alexander in Grown Ups 2, Lone Survivor and Final Girl, Isabelle in The Healer, After Earth and Suspiria, Leven in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, and Willow in The Wonder and A Fall From Grace. Phew!

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#26. Skipping On: Alexz Johnson
November 4, 1986

Proving that you don’t need to be signed to a major label to find success, in 2012, we saw Alexz release The Basement Recordings II, Skipping Stone and the Skipping Stone Documentary.

What’s Next: We can’t wait for a new album for Alexz and to see her as Kelli in House of Bodies.

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#25. Soaring High: Adele
May 5, 1988

2012 was definitely the year of Adele. Not only was she nominated for six Grammys and won them all, her new song “Skyfall” was a massive hit as the new James Bond theme song, and she gave birth to a baby boy in October!

What’s Next: Adele will be spending time with her son and says her third album is at least two years away.


#24. Smooth Mover: Alex Pettyfer
April 10, 1990

As Channing Tatum’s protégé in Magic Mike, we saw that Alex Pettyfer was more than a pretty face and actually had smooth moves. We wonder what other talents this model-turned-actor has.

What’s Next: Catch Alex in The Butler and Cali.

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#23. Bringing Back Boy Bands: One Direction
Niall Horan
(September 13, 1993), Zayn Malik (January12, 1993), Liam Payne (August 29, 1993), Harry Styles (February 1, 1994), Louis Tomlinson (December 24, 1991),

Whether it was public appearances or live shows, fans around the world flocked to see One Direction wherever they went. You’d have to be living under a rock in 2012 if you hadn’t heard of this boy band! Their 2011 album Up All Night was massive and their follow up Take Me Home was much anticipated.

What’s Next: Releasing tracks off Take Me Home and touring the world. But nothing says super stardom than your own 3D movie – expect 1D’s in August 2013.

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#22. One Girl Revolution: Alyssa Diaz
September 7, 1985

Nine Lives of Chloe King may have been cancelled in 2011, but that hasn’t stopped this actress. In 2012, Alyssa appeared in eps of The Vampire Diaries, Revolution and Army Wives. You may also have spotted her in the film Red Dawn.

What’s Next: We can't wait to see!

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#21. Leading Man: Andrew Garfield
August 20, 1983

Andrew started the year on Broadway as Biff in Death of a Salesman, a role that saw him earn a prestigious Tony Award nomination. Andrew then silenced skeptics with his performance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the reboot The Amazing Spider-Man.

What’s Next: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starts filming in February and is set for release in May 2014.

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#20. Comeback Kid: Corbin Bleu
February 21, 1989

Corbin somehow jumped from 87th position last year up to 20 this year and it’s kind of indicative of how he’s back in the spotlight. This year Corbin appeared in an episode of Blue Bloods and also starred in the Broadway show Godspell.

What’s Next: In 2013, check Corbin out in Renee and Nurse 3-d.

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#19. Laughter Lives On: iCarly cast
Miranda Cosgrove
(Carly Shay – May 14, 1993), Jennette McCurdy (Sam Puckett – June 26, 1992), Nathan Kress (Freddie Benson – November 18, 1992), Noah Munck (Gibby –May 3, 1996)

After six seasons, we were sad to bid one of our favourite shows adieu, but the iCarly gang will forever be in our hearts. This year we also saw Jennette guesting in Victorious and Bucket and Skinner’s Epic Adventures and she even co-hosted Australia’s Camp Orange: Boys vs Girls. Nathan also appeared in True Jackson VP.

What’s Next: iCarly might be over but there’ll be two awesome spin-offs, Sam and Cat and Gibby, so hopefully we’ll get to see an iCarly reunion! If not, then catch Miranda in Despicable Me 2, Nathan in Black Sky and Noah in Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, Nicky Deuce and of course the Gibby spin off.

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#18. Blowing Us Away: Carrie Underwood
March 10, 1983

America’s country sweetheart took her Blown Away Tour international this year, giving the rest of the world a chance to see not only why she’s adored so much, but also her amazing talent. From the sound of things, she did not disappoint!

What’s Next: One of the many things we love about Carrie is how story-driven her music videos are – it’s like watching a mini movie! And with the trailer for “Black Cadillac” released few weeks ago, we can’t wait ‘til January to see the whole thing! Also in 2013, the Blown Away Tour continues.

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#17. Making His Mark: Zac Efron
October 18, 1987

2012 was the year we saw Zac grow up in films such as The Lucky One, The Paperboym, Liberal Arts and At Any Price.If anyone’s pinned him as just a boy before, there’s no doubting he’s a man now. This year he also lent his voice to Dr Seuss’s The Lorax.

What’s Next: This is Where I Leave You, Are We Officially Dating?, Townies and The Butler.

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#16. Letting It Shine: Victorious Cast
Victoria Justice
(Tori Vega – February 19, 1993), Leon Thomas III (Andre Harris – August 1, 1993), Matt Bennett (Robbie Shapiro – November 13, 1991), Elizabeth Gillies (Jade West – July 26, 1993) Ariana Grande (Kat Valentine– June 26, 1993), Avan Jogia (Beck Oliver – February 9, 1992), Daniella Monet (Trina Vega – March 1, 1989)

2012 was a busy year for the Victorious cast. Not only did it mark the third and final season, but we also saw Victoria in Fun Size and The First Time, Leon release his Metro Hearts mixtape and Matt his Warm Fuzzies EP. Matt also appeared in iCarly and Team Umizoomi, Elizabeth in White Collar, Ariana posted a bunch of YouTube covers, and Daniella starred in A Fairly Odd Christmas and Fred 3: Camp Fred.

What’s Next: With the show coming to an end, it’ll be interesting to see what’s next. Keep an eye out on Leon’s YouTube channel, as well as for more covers by Ariana and Elizabeth. Ariana’s also got a new show Sam and Cat, Avan’s got a pilot called Socio and catch Daniella in Gadget Boy

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#15. Don’t Stop Believing: Glee Cast
Lea Michele
(Rachel Berry – August 29, 1986) Cory Monteith (Finn Hudson – May 11, 1982), Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel – May 27, 1990), Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams – June 14, 1988), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina Cohen-Chang – April 28, 1986), Heather Morris (Brittany S. Pierce – February 1, 1987), Darren Criss (Blaine – February 5, 1987), Chord Overstreet (Sam Evans – February 20, 1989), Amber Riley (Mercedes Jones – February 15, 1986), Dianna Agron (Quinn Fabray – April 30, 1986), Mark Salling (Noah ‘Puck’ Puckerman – August 17, 1982), Naya Rivera (Santana Lopez – January 12, 1987), Harry Shum Jr (Mike Chang – April 28, 1982), Vanessa Lengies (Sugar Motta – July 21, 1985), Melissa Benoist (Marley Rose – October 4, 1988) Jacob Artist (Jake Puckerman – October 17, 1992), Becca Tobin (Kitty Wilde), Dean Geyer (Brody Weston – March 20, 1986)

2012 marked a year of change for the Glee gang, with seniors moving on and the show splitting between Ohio, New York and occasionally LA. The cast also found success outside the show with Chris’s book The Land of Stories hitting #1 on The New York Times Best Sellers list, Heather lending her voice to Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, Darren hitting Broadway in How to Succeed in Business…, Harry working on many online projects like Wong Fu Production’s short film The Last, and Jenna designing her own clothing line for Wallflower Vintage.

What’s Next: Apart from season four continuing, you can also catch Chris in Struck By Lightning, Lea in Dorothy of Oz as well as a solo album, Corey in All the Wrong Reasons and McCanick, Heather in Spring Breakers, Dianna in Malavita and Vanessa in Rodeo Drive Diva.

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#14. Taking Control: Selena Gomez
July 22, 1992

This year, Selena put her music career on hold to focus on acting. She voiced Dracula’s daughter, Mavis in Hotel Transylvania, and we saw the end of her show The Wizards of Waverly Place.

What’s Next: Reprising Alex Russo in the special The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex and catch her in the movies Spring Breakers, Aftershock, and Getaway.

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Born: August 20, 1992

Proving she’s stronger than ever, Demi returned to TV in X Factor: USA as a judge/mentor and got candid in the MTV Stay Strong documentary series.

What’s Next: Working on her fourth album – we can’t wait!

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#12. Back With the Bros: Joe Jonas
August 15, 1989

In 2012, Joe reprised his role as Will Moretti in Hot in Cleveland, made appearances in older bro Kevin’s reality show Married to Jonas, but the most exciting news was that the Jonas Brothers were back with new music!

What’s Next: The Jonas Brothers put on some shows in 2012, so hopefully they’ll tour in 2013. We’re pumped to hear their new music!

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11. Boy Wonder: Brendan Meyer
October 2, 1994

This Canadian came to our attention this year as boy-genius-turned-teacher, Adam in Disney Channel’s Mr Young. He also starred in the TV movie Girl vs Monster.

What’s Next: More Mr Young and the films Leap 4 Your Life and Life With Boys.

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#10. Devon Bostick
November 13, 1991

In 2012, Devon cracked us up once again in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, especially with his rendition of Justin Bieber’s “Baby”. You may have also seen him in Dead Before Dawn.

What’s Next: Catch Devon in The Black Marks and Small Time. We’re also hoping that there’ll be more Diary of a Wimpy Kid films, just so we can see more of him!

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#9. Bigger and Better : Teen Wolf Cast
Tyler Posey
(Scott McColl – October 18, 1991), Crystal Reed (Allison Argent – September 17, 1988), Dylan O’Brien (Stiles – August 26, 1991), Tyler Hoechlin (Derek Hale – September 11, 1987), Colton Haynes (Jackson – July 13, 1988 ), Holland Roden (Lydia Martin – October 7, 1987), Daniel Sharman (Isaac Lahey– April 25, 1986), Gage Golighty (Erica Reyes – September 5, 1993), Sinqua Walls (Boyd), Stephen Lunsford (Matt – November 25, 1989),

Season two of Teen Wolf upped the ante, not just with amazing storylines, but also with some additional cast members. When they weren’t keeping us entertained with post show specials or adorable webcasts, you may have also seen Dylan in The First Time, Colton in Leona Lewis’s “Trouble” music video, Gage on Ringer and Sinqua in Once Upon a Time and The Secret Life of the American Teenager.

What’s Next: We’re not sure how the show can top season two, but with season three being a full 24 episode season, we have no doubt that they will. We’re definitely intrigued to see how everything plays out (but are sad to see Colton leave!).Teen Wolf aside, you can see Tyler Posey in Taco Shop, Crystal in Too Late and Crush, Dylan in The Internship, Holland in House of Dust, Tyler Hoechlin in The Sticks and the TV movie Melvin Smarty and Daniel in The Collection and the TV movie When Calls the Heart.

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#8. Proud Mama: Hilary Duff
September 28, 1987

This year we saw Hilary as a guest judge on Project Runway and in the film She Wants Me, but her biggest moment was giving birth to son Luca in March. Congrats Hilary!

What’s Next: She’s enjoying motherhood now but we hear she’s making her TV comeback with a deal with 20th Century Fox for a sitcom.

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#7. Larger Than Life: Chris Hemsworth
August 11, 1983

In 2012, Chris reprised his role as god Thor in The Avengers. You may have also caught him in Red Dawn, >i>Snow White and the Huntsman and The Cabin in the Woods. Chris also became a dad when his daughter India Rose, was born.

What’s Next: It’s sequels galore with The Avengers 2, Thor 2 and the rumoured Snow White and the Huntsman 2. Also up Chris’s sleeves are Roboapocalypse and Rush.

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#6. Bouncing Back: Vanessa Hudgens
December 14, 1988

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island may have been all we saw of Vanessa this year on the big screen, but that’s because she has a few upcoming projects up her sleeve.

What’s Next: Get ready for your Vanessa fix with Spring Breakers, Gimmie Shelter, The Frozen Ground and Machete Kills.

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#5. Marching On: Grey Damon
September 24, 1987

After the cancellation of Nine Lives of Chloe King in 2011, it wasn’t long before Grey was back on our screens in 2012 on The Secret Circle, as bad boy Lee.

What’s Next: Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and back to his old stomping grounds at ABC Family if the pilot Socio got picked up.

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#4. Ready to Return: Bonnie Wright
February 17, 1991

It was a quiet year for Bonnie fans on the big screen, but don’t worry, you’ll get your fix post 2012!

What’s Next: Bring on The Philosophers, Before I Sleep, Geography to the Hapless Heart 2 and The Sea!

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#3. Once in a Lifetime: Rupert Grint
August 24, 1988

2012 will be a year for Rupert Grint to remember – he got to carry the Olympic Torch as part of the London 2012 Olympic Games! He was also in the limited release Norwegian film Into the White, narrated the Planetarium Fulldome film We are Aliens and was in an episode of American Dad.

What’s Next: It’s no Olympic Torch, but next you can see Rupert in The Drummer, Cross Country, CBGB and The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.


#2. Branching Out: Ashley Tisdale
July 2, 1985

2012 was all about TV in the land of Ashley, from Phineas and Ferb to Sons of Anarchy, Raising Hope to the TV movie Before We Made It. Her Blondie Girl Productions also produced series Miss Advised.

What’s Next: Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch, Scary Movie 5 and Blondie Girl Productions’s next project is Mr Right. We also hear a third album is on its way!

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#1. Keep Calm, It’s Gonna Be Totally Awesome: Joey Richter
July 31, 1989

When Joey debuted at #2 last year, there were people out there who didn’t know who he was. (Shocker, we know!) With his recurring role on Jessie as Officer Petey and Starkid’s Apocalyptour, this year we’d like to think that’s no longer the case because he’s totally awesome!

Want more info on Joey? Read Jayme K's fan bio From YouTube to Disney Channel… and beyond

What’s Next: Please let rumours of A Very Potter Senior Year be true! Otherwise we have Khumba to look forward to for our Joey fix.

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The 2012 Final Results! (2011 position in brackets).
1. Joey Richter on 51 714 votes (#2)
2. Ashley Tisdale on 37 510 votes (-)
3. Rupert Grint on 32 312 votes (#22 as part of the Harry Potter cast)
4. Bonnie Wright on 26 572 votes (#22 as part of the Harry Potter cast)
5. Grey Damon on 20 645 votes (#29 as part of the Nine Lives of Chloe Kingcast)
6. Vanessa Hudgens on 20 593 votes (=#32)
7. Chris Hemsworth on 5 726 votes (#5)
8. Hilary Duff on 5 562 votes (#10)
9. Teen Wolf cast on 5 410 votes (#12)
10. Devon Bostick on 4 505 votes (-)
11. Brendan Meyer on 4 402 votes (-)
12. Joe Jonas on 2 625 votes (#9)
13. Demi Lovato on 2 551votes (#23)
14. Selena Gomez on 2 406 votes (#31)
15. Glee cast on 1 810 votes (#20)
16. Victorious cast on 1 601 votes (=#53)
17. Zac Efron on 1 534 votes (#30)
18. Carrie Underwood on 1 523 votes (-)
19. iCarly cast on 1 336 votes (#58)
20. Corbin Bleu on 1 017 votes (=#87)
21. Andrew Garfield on 766 votes (#46)
22. Alyssa Diaz on 758 votes (#29 as part of the Nine Lives of Chloe Kingcast)
23. One Direction on 553 votes (-)
24. Alex Pettyfer on 550 votes (#62)
25. Adele on 547 votes (#55)
26. Alexz Johnson on 544 votes (#6)
27. The Hunger Games cast on 543 votes (Josh Hutcherson #21)
28. McFly on 540 votes (#27)
29. The Vampire Diaries cast on 527 votes (#39)
30. Ksenia Solo on 521 votes (-)
31. Nathan Parsons on 513 votes (-)
32. Julie Marie Berman on 509 votes (-)
33. Jane By Design cast on 507 votes (-)
34. Lexi Ainsworth on 270 votes (-)
35. The Perks of Being a Wallflower cast on 261 votes (Emma Watson: #22 as part of the Harry Potter cast, Logan Lerman: #4)
36. Blake Berris on 210 votes (-)
37. Aaron Tveit on 209 votes (#34)
38. Pretty Little Liars cast on 189 votes (#50)
39. 90210 cast on 178 votes (=#32)
40. Taylor Swift on 159 votes (#14)
=41. All Star Weekend on 150 votes (-)
=41. Justin Bieber on 150 votes (#45)
43. Camille Belle on 138 votes (-)
44. Dakota Fanning on 116 votes (#75)
45. Austin and Ally cast on 105 votes (-)
46. The Secret Circle cast on 100 votes (#73)
47. Miley Cyrus on 94 votes (#69 as part of the Hannah Montana cast)
48. Katie Cassidy on 73votes (-)
49. Lady Gaga on 71 votes (#66)
50. Gossip Girl cast on 55 votes (#71)
=51. Jeremy Sumpter on 48 votes (-)
=51. Emma Stone on 48 votes (#28)
53. Haylie Duff on 47 votes (-)
54. Ariel Winter on 44 votes (-)
55. Tom Daley on 42 votes (-)
56. Garrett Hedlund on 41 votes (#15)
57. Willlow Smith on 40 votes (-)
58. Awkward cast on 37 votes (=#60)
59. Sarah Hyland on 30 votes (-)
60. Carly Rae Jepsen on 27 votes (-)
=61. Beth Behrs on 25 votes (-)
=61. Nick Jonas on 25 votes (#17)
=63. Jesse McCartney on 24 votes (#16)
=63. Avril Lavigne on 24 votes (=#53)
65. The Lying Game cast on 22 votes (#70)
=66. Scotty McCreery on 21 votes (#26)
=66. Shia LaBeouf on 21 votes (#65)
=66. Jessy Schram on 21 votes (-)
=69. The Secret Life of the American Teenager cast on 20 votes (=#89)
=69. Mila Kunis cast on 20 votes (#44)
=69. Make It Or Break It cast on 20 votes (#43)
=69. Scarlett Johansson on 20 votes (-)
=69. Abigail Breslin on 20 votes (=#53)
=74. Emily Van Camp on 19 votes (-)
=74. AnnaSophia Robb on 19 votes (#19)
=74. Elizabeth Olsen on 19 votes (#74)
=74. Bruno Mars on 19 votes (-)
=79. Michael Phelps on 18 votes (-)
=79. Gabby Douglas on 18 votes (-)
=81. Greg Sulkin on 17 votes (#38)
=81. Teresa Palmer on 17 votes (=#89)
=81. Ellen Page on 17 votes (-)
=84. Twilight Saga cast on 16 votes (#51)
=84. Kate Mansi on 16 votes (-)
=84. Hayden Panettiere on 16 votes (-)
=84. Epke Zonderland on 16 votes (-)
=84. Evan Rachel Wood on 16 votes (-)
=84. Mandy Moore on 16 votes (-)
=84. Michelle Trachenberg on 16 votes (-)
=84. Molly Ephraim on 16 votes (-)
=84. House of Anubis cast on 16 votes (-)
=84. Kristen Alderson on 16 votes (-)
=84. Mary Elizabeth Winstead on 16 votes (#13)
=84. Amanda Seyfried on 16 votes (-)
=84. Freddie Smith on 16 votes (-)
=97. Chandler Masse on 15 votes (-)
=97. Katy Perry on 15 votes (#63)
=97. Chad Duell on 15 votes (-)
=97. Rumer Willis on 15 votes (-)
=97. Casey Jon Deidrick on 15 votes (-)
=97. Anton Yelchin on 15 votes (#48)
=97. Rihanna on 15 votes (-)
=97. Greyson Chance on 15 votes (=#77)
105. Jodi Gordon on 11 votes (-)
=106. Kevin Jonas on 8 votes (-)
=106. Heartland cast on 8 votes (=#77)
=108. Stan Walker on 7 votes (-)
=108. Bailee Madison on 7 votes (-)
=108. Laura Vandervoort on 7 votes (#79)