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28 November 2013, 10:11
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer is ahead of her fellow nominees in a public vote online.
Miley Cyrus is leading an online poll to choose who the public thinks should win the highly coveted Time's 2013 Person Of The Year award.
The 'We Can't Stop' singer is ahead of her fellow nominees with 29% of the vote while fellow entertainers like Jimmy Fallon and Angelina Jolie are also in the running.
While the poll doesn't decide the final result of the Person Of The Year Award, serving just as a guide to the publication's editors who make the final call, she is way ahead of Indian politician Narendra Modi and whistleblower Edward Snowden, who both have 13% of the vote.
Miley has had a huge 12 months in the entertainment industry following the release of singles like 'We Can't Stop' and 'Wrecking Ball', her album 'Bangerz' and several controversial live performances.
US President Barack Obama won Time's Person Of The Year award in 2012.