Justin Bieber lands 7th place on '50 most popular women on web' list

ANI
ANI6 April 2013

Washington, April 6 (ANI): Lady Gaga has been named as the most popular women on web.

COED Magazine has compiled a list based on Google search results, sporting some surprises-Justin Bieber comes in at No. 7, ABC News reported.

The list also includes Washington's famous women like former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin at No. 18, first lady Michelle Obama at No. 21 and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at No. 32.

Here are the top 50:

1. Lady Gaga

2. Kesha

3. Madonna

4. Beyonce

5. Rihanna

6. Britney Spears

7. Justin Bieber

8. Miley Cyrus

9. Paris Hilton

10. Avril Lavigne

11. Shakira

12. Taylor Swift

13. Angelina Jolie

14. Oprah

15. Megan Fox

16. Jennifer Lopez

17. Mariah Carey

18. Sarah Palin

19. Jessica Simpson

20. Lindsay Lohan

21. Michelle Obama

22. Katy Perry

23. Kim Kardashian

24. Sandra Bullock

25. Christina Aguilera

26. Jessica Alba

27. Fergie

28. Pamela Anderson

29. Betty White

30. Kristen Stewart

31. Ciara

32. Hillary Clinton

33. Jennifer Aniston

34. Demi Moore

35. Heidi Montag

36. Marilyn Monroe

37. Hilary Duff

38. Ashley Tisdale

39. Katie Price

40. Vanessa Hudgens

41. Amy Winehouse

42. Carrie Underwood

43. Kelly Clarkson

44. Sarah Jessica Parker

45. Lily Allen

46. Adriana Lima

47. Tina Fey

48. Carmen Electra

49. Scarlett Johansson

50. Eva Longoria (ANI)

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