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Rihanna's officially become the biggest person on Facebook with over 61 million likes, but who has she still yet to beat? Join Capital as we take a look at how RiRi is taking over Facebook, including the companies and celebs she's already overtaken.
Disney's created some of the most popular characters in cartoon history that have resonated with generations of fans, but not even Mickey and Minnie Mouse are able to match Rihanna on Facebook. Disney currently has just over 38 million likes - almost half Rihanna's total.
Oh my god, Rihanna killed South Park! Or, at least she did in the virtual world. Rihanna has long surpassed the popular TV show on Facebook, which still has an impressive 41 million likes. Can Cartman and co. catch her up? Picture: Facebook
The former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo might be regarded as one of the best footballers the game has ever seen, but he's no match for Rihanna on Facebook. The Real Madrid striker is currently more than 10 million likes behind RiRi.
Just nudging over 50 million 'likes' is Harry Potter! Although the fictional wizard recently hung up his wand, Harry still regularly receives new 'likes' from some of his devout wannabe magicians around the world.
They're one of the most popular families in the world, so it's no surprise to find out that The Simpsons have more than 55 million 'likes' on Facebook. The fictional cartoon family use their page to keep viewers up to date on their about all things Springfield.
Eminem and Rihanna have been battling for months to become the most popular person on Facebook, with the 'Lose Yourself' rapper spending most of the year out front. However, RiRi has now overtaken Em, but how long will her lead last?
Another company that's bigger than Rihanna on Facebook is YouTube. The video-sharing website is the third biggest fan page on Facebook with 63 million 'likes', but arguably owes a lot to the 'We Found Love' singer, who is one of its most popular users.
Rihanna has overtaken Eminem to become the most liked person on Facebook, with 61 million 'likes'. The 'We Found Love' singer uses her Facebook page to keep her fans up to date on all things RiRi, including her new music, tours and even snaps from her holidays.
She's a big fan of Las Vegas and was recently pictured hanging out in Sin City, but Rihanna is still not as popular as one of the gambling capital's most famous forms of poker - Texas HoldEm. The game has 64 million 'likes' on Facebook, but Rihanna is odds-on to overtake the page in the coming months. Picture: Facebook
She might be the most liked person on Facebook, but RiRi's still got some way to go if she wants to overtake the mighty Facebook itself. The social-networking website has more than 77 million 'likes'. Can Rihanna overtake Mark Zuckerberg's internet giant?