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As we celebrate International Women's Day, take a look at the pop stars and celebs who go that extra mile to give the ladies out their an inspirational role model.
Could we really have put anyone else first? Queen B has been inspiring young girls for over 15 years now, and has become a role model for elegance, hard work and dedication. It takes hard work to conquer the world, but she's proved its possible! Picture: Getty
Not only is Anne-Marie selling out shows and dominating the charts but she's also a three time champion of Karate, what an all rounder! She's also here to tell love interests that she just wants to be FRIENDS.
The 'Sorry Not Sorry' singer has been through it all and come out on the other side as a strong, independent superstar lady. After rising to fame from a young age in the public eye Demi will be the first to tell you she's had her struggles, but now she's happier than ever, promotes a healthy body image on Twitter through her workout snaps, contributes to charities and worthwhile causes AND speaks her mind when she feels something's not right. Picture: Getty
Jennifer is one of the most popular young actresses of the moment and for good reason. She's pretty much the most humble star out there, has next to no ego AND makes sure to point out the hilarity and pompousness of the Hollywood world. Who spotted her at the Oscars climbing over the chairs with a large glass of sauv-blanc? Legend.
Angelina could easily have just been another Hollywood bimbo obsessed with her next starring role, but right from the start she's been involved in charitable causes, speaking out for women's rights and making her name for herself as an activisit who knows her stuff. Angelina, we salute you!
This global superstar always knows exactly what she wants and Taylor always says she makes sure to always be polite to people she works with, and it seems to have worked as not only is Taylor one of the mot successful ladies of the moment, but she's also one of the loveliest! Picture: PA
She's the First Lady of the United States, which qualifies her on merit alone, but Michelle has also made sure she's a visible role model for women's equality, and creates pretty much THE strongest role model for teenage girls the world over for achieving your goals.
Mother Monster has always put out a message of being yourself and embracing your uniqueness through both her music and her quotes. Add to that the fact she's still as humble AF, VERY giving to her fans the world over and in control of her career, image and future, and that's one heck of a strong role model. Picture: Getty
The Cuban born star has faced her fair share of hard times when leaving her band Fifth Harmony to pursue a solo career. She has spoken bout the pressure she felt to sexualise her image for the group. But the 'Havana' singer handled the whole thing with serious class and gone on to enjoy enormous pop success. She recently turned the 21 and spent the day in style, in her pj's with a massive bday cake!
Just Cheryl's incredible career alone shows she's a powerful lady not to be messed with. From making girl band history, becoming a legendary judge on the X Factor, to setting up her charity to help disadvantaged youth she proves you really can do it all! Now we can also add her to the list of inspirational mumma's too! Picture: PA
Iggy may be one of the newer faces on this list but the fact that she NEVER minces her words on Twitter when she feels called out by someone is a strong message about speaking your mind, defending what you believe in and not letting people get away with being trolls!
Her tunes will make you FLING your phone across the room and shout BOY BYE and she was recently called pop's gangster of love. She has taken the music world by absolute storm hitting ONE BILLION views on her video for 'New Rules' and is a general badass.