Top 10 Most Famous Female Celebrities in the World

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Hillary Clinton, a Celebrity? Yes. For the first time in more than 30 years in the public eye, Clinton is a public citizen. Speaking engagements and a book deal have kept him busy since stepping down from his position as Secretary of State.

HILLARY CLINTON

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Oprah may not have been on country TV screens every day since the long-running talk show ended in 2011, but she continues to make headlines.

Oprah Winfrey

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It's Beyonce's world, we're just living in it. Over the past 9 months, the pop star signed a $50 million endorsement deal with Pepsi, singing the national anthem at President Obama's inauguration.

Beyonce Knowles

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Actress, humanitarian and half of the world's most beautiful couple Angelina Jolie is ranked 37th on this year's list.

Angelina Jolie

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TV's highest-paid actress isn't just another pretty face. The Emmy-nominated star of “Modern Family” is the face of a pervasive and lucrative trend in mainstream American media – to capture the $1 trillion Hispanic market.

Sofia Vergara

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Gaga's Born This Way tour may have been put on hold this year due to a hip injury, but the reigning queen of pop knows how to make an impact with more than her dance moves.

Lady Gaga

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The star and executive-producer of the daytime talk show hit "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," now in its 10th year and attracting 3.5 million viewers daily, will soon be back on the big screen.

Ellen DeGeneres

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2013 is shaping up to be a banner year for the Colombian singer-songwriter. In January, Shakira and her fellow Spanish footballer Gerard Pique became parents to baby Milan,

Shakira Mebarak

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China's most public First Lady in decades, Peng Liyuan is President Xi Jinping's stylish second wife.

Liyuan Peng

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Harry Potter's creator's tool at adult audiences came out last: Rowling's "Casual Vacancy," a dark comedy about a small-town election whose U.S. It sold approximately 1.5 million copies.

J.K Rowling

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