Jennifer Lawrence, Beyoncé break world records

After this week, JLaw could probably use some good news. And she’s got it — she’ll be featured in the 2015 Guinness Book of World Records.

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The Hunger Games actress made the world record for the highest-grossing action movie heroine of the year for her work so far on the franchise. The Hunger Games movies have grossed more than $1.52 billion internationally. E! News reports that 2013’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire racked up $854 million across the globe on its own, earning it the record for the highest-grossing post-apocalyptic movie this year.

Beyoncé is another record breaker — her self-titled surprise release last December is now the fastest-selling iTunes album, with 838,773 copies sold in its first three days.

In anticipation of the release of its 2015 book, Guinness released a long list of its celebrity and entertainment record breakers on Thursday.

HBO’s Game of Thrones is honored for being the most-pirated TV program — the show has racked up 5.9 million illegal downloads per episode.

For highest-grossing animated film at the box office, no one is surprised to see Frozen on top — the Disney film has brought in $1.13 billion internationally so far.

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Miley Cyrus shows that twerking can pay off by being named most searched-for pop star online, and Shakira is taking home two honors: most liked celebrity and the first star to reach 100 million likes on her Facebook page.

Fast & Furious actor, Vin Diesel, nabbed the top spot for most likes on a Facebook post — his photo with late pal and co-star, Paul Walker, amassed 6.8 million clicks of the “Like” button.

One Direction took the record for being the first musical act to debut its first three albums at No. 1 and Katy Perry now holds the record for most Twitter followers — 56 million.

Leonardo DiCaprio takes top honors for hottest man alive in my record book, but he also made Guinness’ book — with 687 expletives, his movie, The Wolf of Wall Street, is now the world record holder for most swearing in a single film.

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The full book will be released Sept. 11. Congrats to all the new record-holding celebs!


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