Listen, we won't argue with the fact that 2013 has been a big year for Miley Cyrus. The girl is everywhere. She's got a new album. She's working with everyone. There's no escape. We could see honoring her pop culture takeover with a Barbara Walters special or something. But, naming her Time Magazine's "Person of the Year?" Let's think this through, people.
Apparently, the pop star is leading a reader poll conducted by the magazine with an impressive 29 percent of the vote. That's well ahead of fellow contenders like Edward Snowden, Vladimir Putin, Angelina Jolie, and Prince George, all of whom, while influential in their own right, haven't yet inspired girls to twerk in teddy bear leotards while lasciviously wagging their tongues.
A group of hackers has claimed that it's responsible for the pro-Cyrus tally, but we can't be too careful. God forbid the editors at Time decide to rock the boat and actually give her the distinction. Voting ends on December 4, so take action, folks. We've got just three days to put someone — hell, anyone — else on top. (Pink Is The New Blog)