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Did you FAVE stars make the cut……

Forbes 30 under 30 list for 2014 just released and to give credit to notable young stars and innovators in various categories like Art & Style, Education, Energy & Industry (new this year), Finance, Food & Drink, Hollywood & Entertainment, Law & Policy, Marketing & Advertising, Media, Music, Science & Health Care, Social Entrepreneurs, Sports and Tech.

Leading the music category is singer Bruno Mars, who is 28 and will become the first performer under 30 in a decade to headline the Super Bowl’s halftime act on Feb. 2, 2014.

Mars wasn’t the only musician who topped the list, other super talented artists such as Lady Gaga, 28, Miley Cyrus, 21, Justin Bieber, 19, Rihanna, 25, and Katy Perry, 29 made the cut.

In the Social category, which praises activists from making a difference around the globe, 26-year-old Daniel Maree, founder of Million Hoodies Movement for Justice headed the top of the list.

Maree started his organization after teen Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, who was part of a community watch organization. Maree’s group was able to collect more than two million signatures calling for the arrest of Zimmerman, who was later found not guilty of murder and manslaughter.

Million Hoodies claims to have tracked 2,000 incidents of police misconduct in New York City, Forbes said.

Tennis great Maria Sharapova, returning to her native Russia as a correspondent for NBC for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games, was top of the sports list.

The lithe 26-year-old Wimbledon champ pulled down an impressive $29 million last year, making her the highest-paid female athlete of 2013.

Read the whole list HERE!


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