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