Teen idol Justin Bieber joins the likes of Barack Obama, David Cameron and Oprah Winfrey on a list of the most influential people in the world.
The 17-year-old Canadian singer is this year's Time 100 list, published by the magazine for the past eight years.
His cute pop songs depicting young love have earned him nearly £100 million.
Justin's mentor Usher said of his inclusion: "From the minute I met Justin, I knew this kid possessed a certain confidence that only a star could have. He was born a star".
Prince William and Kate Middleton making the cut too.
The nearlyweds are also joined by Egyptian blogger Wael Ghonim, who helped start the country's peaceful revolution, and Oscar winner Colin Firth.