Friday, September 5, 2014

Eminem,Mylie Cyrus and other celebrities considered for Guinness Book of World Records

 

 Among the entertainers who have found their way into "Guinness World Records 2015," which will be published next week are Eminem,One Direction and Metallica.
   Eminem will now be known as the artist who made the wordiest hit single: his six-minute "Rap God" has 1,560 words (although that includes lines like, "Syllables, skill-a-holic (Kill 'em all with) / This flippity, dippity-hippity hip-hop").

Mylie Cyrus has been listed as the most searched-for pop star on the Internet. The musician with the most Twitter followers, Guinness tells us, is Katy Perry, who had 52,463,838 followers when the book was compiled. (As of Thursday afternoon, she was up to 56.5 million.)

Among the television and film records listed in the book, "Frozen" is listed for having the highest box-office gross ($1.113 billion) for an animated film. And "Game of Thrones" is the most copiously pirated show on television: each episode has been downloaded, on average, 5.9 million times.

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