Best Of ‘Guinness World Records’ 2012

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The 2012 edition of the “Guinness World Records,” out today, is including a variety of unlikely celebrities among its lineup of Hollywood celebrities and pop stars who’ve shattered records this year.

Justin Bieber’s “Baby” single was the Most Popular Video of Any Kind Online with more than 400 million views, while tween star Willow Smith nabbed Youngest Transatlantic Top 20 Artist for her hit single that was released when she was just 10 years old.

Will and Jada Smith’s daughter still has a long way to go compared to Lady Gaga, who holds the record for “Most Followers on Twitter,” with more than 11 million followers, and Most Weeks on the U.S. Hot Digital Songs Chart for “Poker Face.”

Johnny Depp was listed as “Highest Paid Actor” among Hollywood’s A-list for raking in $75 million between June 2009 and June 2010, while Sandra Bullock led actresses with her $56 million salary. Prince William and Kate Middleton also made the list, crowned with the title Most Live Streams for a Single Event for their record-breaking nuptials, which had 72 million live streams.

However, it’s a handful of lesser-known names that are about to make it big with their appearance in the 287-page book released Thursday. Here’s a look at wacky soon-to-be celebrities across the globe who’ve shattered some outrageous world records.

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