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50 Most Popular Women In The World, 2023 Ranking


Oct 7, 2019
Lady Gaga has been named as the most popular woman on the Internet. The American singer who’s known for her debut single “Just Dance” and her first international hit single “Bad Romance” has been a consistent image and icon in the music and entertainment industry.

Which women are searched most often on Google and the internet at large?

COED Magazine - a news, entertainment, sports, and lifestyle online magazine based in New York, has compiled a list of popular women based on Google search results from the data collected on the Internet. Sporting some surprises - Justin Bieber comes in at No. 7 while Lady Gaga tops the list at No. 1.

Here are the top 10 on the list:

1. Lady Gaga

2. Kesha

3. Madonna

4. Beyonce

5. Rihanna

6. Britney Spears

7. Justin Bieber

8. Miley Cyrus

9. Paris Hilton

10. Avril Lavigne

Washington's famous women made it to the list as well- former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is No. 18, first lady Michelle Obama No. 21 and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton No. 32.
An interview on a New Zealand TV show has been making the rounds on the web, showing Justin Bieber stumbling when the host asked him if "Bieber" means "basketball" in German. He at first acted uncertain about the question, but then finally responded, "We don't use that word in America."

It seems likely that the host's thick Kiwi accent was the culprit here, because Bieber does appear to be familiar with German in this Bravo interview.

In this article, we’ll be listing out the world most famous women in a descending order. Who was left off that you think should have made it? Who were the biggest surprises? Let’s know in the comment section below.

Here are the top 50 most popular women in the world:

50. Eva Longoria


Eva Longoria is a popular actress born on March 15, 1975, in Texas. Longoria is the youngest of her four sisters with whom she grew in a Mexican-American family setting in Corpus Christi (where she was born). In respect of her educational background, Longoria received a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University-Kingsville, where she studied Kinesiology. Upon her graduation from the institution, she got into a series of talent contests; luckily her talent was spotted and subsequently, she got signed by a theatrical agent.

After being signed by an agent, she went on and landed roles on General Hospital (1963), The Bold and Beautiful (1987), auditioned and won the role of Isabella on The Young and the Restless (1973), co-starred on Beverly Hills (1990), Desperate Housewives (2004) and more. Her outstanding performance in The Young and the Restless gave her international recognition, as well as the main character, Gabrielle Solis, who played in Desperate Housewives.
As a passionate advocate for quality education, Eva Longoria founded The Eva Longoria Foundation, which is an initiative to aid Latinas in the process of building a better life for themselves as well as people around them through entrepreneurship and education.

49. Scarlett Johansson


Born on November 22, 1984, in New York, Scarlett Johansson is the daughter of a Jewish mother and a Danish architect as her father. Scarlett Johansson started acting from her childhood after attending a series of auditions with her mother. Interestingly, when she was just eight, she made her acting debut in the production of ‘Sophistry’ alongside Ethan Hawke. Also, in 1994 when she was just nine, she made her film debut in the comic film ‘North’ where she acted as John Ritter’s character’s daughter.
After her appearance in Fall, and Home Alone 3 (1997) both in minor roles, Johansson gained public attention for her outstanding performance which landed her the character Grace MacLean in The Horse Whisperer (1998). In The Horse Whisperer, she played a traumatized teenager due to a riding accident, subsequently, this earned her nomination for the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Actress for the film.
In May 2008, Scarlett engaged Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds and the duo got married in September that same year.

However, in 2010 they announced their separation and divorced in 2011. Later in 2013, Johansson engaged French journalist Romain Dauriac and married in 2014. Similarly, they announced their separation in January 2017 and divorced two months later. Scarlett Johansson has a daughter from her last relationship with the French journalist, her name is Rose Dorothy Dauriac (born 2014).

48. Carmen Electra


Carmen Electra was born on April 20, 1972, as Tara Leigh Patrick. It could be said that her parents must have been a source of inspiration to her career as she was bred by a singer mother and a guitarist father (who is also an entertainer).
Electra is more of English, Irish and German descent. Growing in Cincinnati, Ohio, she got her first career boost after a group scouting for Prince caught sight of her fronting a rap group in Los Angeles, California. In 1993, she released an album for Prince's Paisley Park label, later on, she went round Europe as Prince’s opening act for his 1992 Diamonds and Pearls Tour.
Upon completion of the Tour, Carmen went back to work for Prince at his nightclub ‘Glam Slam’ in Los Angeles. She took to weekend performances alongside the Erotic City dancers often led by Jamie King (director and choreographer). In mid moments of March 1997, Carmen appeared in a comic book series, ‘Embrace,’ as a cartoonish model for a character who is a singer and vampire ("but a good vampire", says her publicist).

In 1989, Carmen proceeded and co-star on Baywatch, a TV series where featured lifeguard Lani McKenzie. Also, she hosts Singled Out (MTV’s game show) in 1995.

47. Tina Fey


In 1970, Elizabeth Stamatina Fey was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania to a Greek mother and a German, English, Northern Irish ancestry father. During her high school and college days, Fey considered herself a supernerd going by her name.
Fey had her undergraduate study at the University of Virginia where he studied drama. Upon her graduation in 1992, she moved to Chicago, the home of American Comedy. As at the time Fey started Second City’s first set of courses, she was also working at a YMCA to aid herself with financing. After taking the course for about nine months, a teacher advised her to skip and go for auditions for the Second City Training Center (which is usually highly selective); she failed. However, in another eight weeks, she re-auditioned and eventually got selected into the year-long program.

In 1995, Saturday Night Live went to The Second City’s cast which includes Adam McKay, Fey’s friend, and a writer who was searching for new talent. Luckily they found Fey. Fey was then offered a job, it was here she admitted how nervous it was working in the world-class Studio 8H. Amazingly, against the odds of being younger, shorter than everyone else, and being the only female writer at the time, Tina made history when she became the first female writer in the history of the show.
At the moment, Fey is married to a Second City director, Jeff Richmond; they both live in New York City.

46. Adriana Lima


Next on the list of the 50 most popular women is Adriana Lima. Lima was born on June 12, 1981, in Salvador, Brazil. While she was still as young as 13, Lima already made her way into the Ford Supermodel of the World Contest. It was here that her breathtaking beauty derived from her African, Brazilian, Japanese, French, Portuguese, and Caribbean ancestry delivered her a second place.
When she was 16, she moved to New York where she joined Elite Model Management to further pursue her modeling career. Subsequently, she landed a campaign for fashion designer Anna Molinari and many others. It was her appearance in several campaigns that gave her recognition in her industry which eventually catapulted her to be among the world’s best fashion models.
Lima has since appeared in campaigns for Bebe, Anna Sui Jeans, Mossimo, Gasoline, BCBG, Victoria’s Secret, XOXO, and Keds. Also, she has her face on the cover of reputable fashion magazines like Marie Claire, Vogue, and more.

45. Lily Allen


Lily-Rose Beatrice Allen is an English songwriter, singer, and author born on May 2, 1985. While she was still as young as 15, Allen already left school to concentrate on improving her skills. While growing, she attended not less than 13 schools which include Hill House school, Bedales School, and more. Sadly, Allen was expelled from most of these schools for smoking and drinking.

In 1996, Rachel Santesso overheard Lily singing Wonderwall by Oasis at the school’s playground, impressed by her beautiful voice, the awarding-winning soprano and composer invited Allen to her office for singing lessons. After periodic lunchtime singing lessons with Santesso, Allen performed ‘Baby Mine’ by Disney’s Dumbo at one of the concerts organized by the school. Allen made some of her recordings public in 2005 via MySpace which earned her a contract with Regal Recordings and AirPlay on BBC Radio 1. Also in July 2006, Allen dropped her first mainstream single, ‘Smile’ which topped the UK Singles Chart.

In September 2007, Allen got into musician Ed Simons, however, the relationship did not go well for the duo, hence they parted ways after dating for five months. Again in 2009, Allen took to dating Sam Cooper, a decorator, and builder. They became engaged in December 2010 and wed on June 11, 2011; sadly, Allen and Cooper broke up in 2015. At the moment, Allen is married to actor David Harbour, whom she wed on September 7, 2020, in Las Vegas.
Over the decades in her career, Allen has received 73 nominations and 31 awards, which does not exclude one Grammy Award, one Mercury Prize, nominations for nine BRIT Awards (won one), three Ivor Novello Awards (won three), and Twelve NME Awards (won three).

44. Sarah Jessica Parker


Sarah Jessica Parker was born on March 25, 1965, in Ohio. Sarah studied at the American Ballet School and the Professional Children’s School, her vastness in singing and ballet made her cast in the Broadway production of ‘The Innocents.’ Also, Sarah was cast in ‘The Sound of Music’ alongside four of her siblings, subsequently, she landed the lead in the Broadway run of ‘Annie.’
While still in Dwight Morrow High School, Sarah continually added more credits to her acting and singing skills. Fortunately, in 1982, she landed a role in My Body, My Child (a made for TV movie), as well as a lead role in Square Pegs (as high schooler Patty Green).
After graduating from high school, Sarah took to pushing her acting career full time rather than keep up with her education. Since Square Pegs did not last beyond 1982, Sarah took up roles in movies like Firstborn (1984), Footloose (1984), as well as a lead role in Girls Just, Want to Have a Fun, a teenage film (1985).
Sarah is said to have had relationships with the late John Kennedy Jr. and Robert Downey Jr., however, she is happily married to actor Mathew Broderick. Also, she is presently the UNICEF representative for Performing Arts as well as a member of Hollywood's Women's Political Committee.

43. Kelly Clarkson


Born on April 24, 1982, in Texas, Kelly Brianne Clarkson remains one of the most famous women in the world. An award-winning songwriter and singer (and occasional actress), Clarkson made her debut album with RCA Records which earned her huge recognition. The latter was after she had won the first season of the highly publicized television series, American Idol, 2002. When she was just starting, Clarkson was marketed as a pop musician until she came up with some rock-oriented songs. Thankful, her debut album ranked #1 on the Billboard 200 with over 300,000 copies sold just in its first week (now with about 4.5 million copies sold).

Clarkson went on with her second studio album, Breakaway, which was released in 2004. Aside from topping charts on Billboard 200 and #3 in the UK album charts, it remains her best-selling album to date with over 6 million copies sold in the US alone and about 15 million copies sold globally. The latter said make Breakaway the most successful album ever released by an alumnus of American Idol. For her musical works, Clarkson has won several awards and recognitions including three MTV Video Music Awards, three Grammy Awards, twelve Billboard Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music Awards, one Women’s World Award, and four American Country Awards.

42. Carrie Underwood


Carrie Marie Underwood is an American country singer born on March 10, 1983. Carrie took her first major steps towards making a name in the industry after winning American Idol Season 4, which earned her a recording contract. Due to her background in a small town, a good number of her songs are about diverse facets of love while others are spiritual.
In June 2005, Carrie released her single ‘Inside Your Heaven’ which was her debut. The track reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and also gained huge recognition across Canada that year. Furthermore, her release in April 2007 ‘Wasted’ topped the ‘Country Songs Chart’ as it sold about one million copies to her name. Carrie has a series of awards which include Best New Artist, Grammy Awards, Best Female Country Vocal Performance (all in 2007). She also became the first woman to win the Entertainer of the Year Award twice between 2006 and 2010.

Carrie Underwood is married to professional league hockey player Mike Fisher (2010) and has two sons Isaiah Michael Fisher (5 years) and Jacob Bryan Fisher (a year old).

41. Amy Winehouse


Amy Jade Winehouse was born on September 14, 1983, in London, England. At an early age, Amy was already teaching herself how to play guitar and play jazz music. At 16 Amy began her career professionally with occasional club performances and low-cost studio recordings. In 2008, Amy had her big breakthrough when she became the first British woman to win 5 Grammy Awards in a night (February 10, 2008). The awards she won include Best New Artist and Record of the Year for ‘Rehab.’ Following her successful performance at the Grammy Awards in February 2008 was a tragic event in June that same year. Amy was diagnosed with a serious lung condition and subsequently hospitalized.

On July 23, 2011, Amy Winehouse died at the age of 27 in her home in London. Her death was said to have resulted from alcohol addiction; her ashes were made to rest at Edgwarebury Jewish Cemetery in London, United Kingdom.

40. Vanessa Hudgens


Vanessa Anne Hudgens comes next on the list of 50 most popular women. Vanessa is an American singer and actor born on December 14, 1988. She is best known for her role as Gabriella Montez in the famous High School Musical trilogy. As a child, Vanessa spent most of her time traveling which somehow made it hard for her to school properly. Upon the fact that her grandparents were musicians and she spent some time with them, she was inspired to sing and perform in theatres and large halls (even at a very young age).

After series of stage performances, Vanessa made her TV debut in 2002 after her short appearance on the CBS sitcom Still Standing; which was followed by another appearance in Robbery-Homicide Division. Although her film debut was made in 2003 with the release of Thirteen, she came to the limelight fully with the release of High School Musical in 2006. High School Musical was the second most-watched movie in the UK and US in 2006. Vanessa has many awards to her name, some of them include the Teen Choice Award (2006), and the ShoWest Female Star of Tomorrow Award (2010). At the moment, Vanessa is actively engaged in charitable acts across the globe.

39. Katie Price


Kati Price is an English reality TV star, media personality, author, singer, former glamour model, and businesswoman. Born on May 22, 1978, as Katrina Amy Alexandria Alexis Infield, Kati chose to answer as Jordan in the course of her modeling career. While growing, Kati was rather good with sports than academics, she was an amazing swimmer and horse rider. Due to the latter, she started her modeling career at the early age of 14; shooting in her underwear for a clothing line.

In 1994, Kati left school at the age of 16 to pursue her modeling career. She started by sending her professional photographs to modeling agencies in London. Eventually, she was offered a job in 1996 as a topless female glamour model on the third page of The Sun (the British tabloid newspaper). This was where she adopted Jordan as her pseudonym.
Aside from participating and winning the British television reality game show ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ Kati has also won a series of awards and national recognition. Some are the Grattan Award for Celebrity Mum of the Year (2007), the Loaded Award for Cover Girl of the Decade (2004), two nominations by the British Book Awards for ‘Being Jordan’ and ‘My Pony Care Book’ (2005), and more.

38. Ashley Tisdale


Ashley Michelle Tisdale is a multi-talented American who has shown her brilliance as a singer, actress as well as a producer. Born on July 2, 1985, Tisdale came to the limelight after she became the face for over 100 advertisements on national television. When she was eight, she landed the role of Cosette in Les Misérables; later on, she toured for two years alongside Les Misérables before eventually landing another role in ‘Annie’ in Korea. Over the years, Ashley Tisdale has been very active in the industry. In 2008 she launched her own production company ‘Blonde Girl Productions’ under whose banner the debut ‘Picture This’ was released. Interestingly, the latter was also Tisdale’s first film both as a lead actress and as an executive producer.

As one of the most famous women in the world, Tisdale is also known for philanthropic acts as she has supported countless charity organizations in the course of her career. An ardent supporter of Habitat for Humanity, in 2008, Tisdale had a collaboration with Make a Wish Foundation. Also, she volunteered for Get on the Bus charity campaign in 2011; in 2012 she staged up as the face of Project Pink (an initiative to raise funds for breast cancer treatments and research).

37. Hilary Duff

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Hilary Duff was born on September 28, 1987, in Texas. At the young age of six, Hilary had already started traveling with her sister Haylie, however, she took the strong decision to fulfill her dreams of being an actress. In 1997, Hilary took her first mini role in True Women; but had her first major role in 1999 when she played the role of Ellie in The Soul Collector. For the latter, she was awarded the Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot Young Artist Award.

Furthermore, success came her way again after she took a major role in Lizzie McGuire in 2003. The movie was an extremely successful one which brought her fully to the limelight. Aside from being in front of cameras, Hilary is also actively playing her part in charitable acts. In 2004, she was the international spokesperson for ‘Kids With A Cause,’ an initiative for children living in poverty. Presently, Hilary does more filming movies, guest-starring on TV shows, engaging in television concerts, and recording albums.

36. Marilyn Monroe


Marilyn Monroe was a widely known American comedienne, actress, model, and singer. One major reason why the world would always remember her is her tragic professional and personal struggles in the film industry as well as her winsome embodiment of the Hollywood sex symbol. The life and death of Marilyn remains a huge mystery in the eyes of all. Right from infancy, Marilyn’s father was never known while her mother had not the financial and mental capability to care for the little girl.

Marilyn was made to live with her foster parents, the Bolenders, from the age of seven. Marilyn’s mother, Gladys never had the opportunity to see her daughter grow as she lived with a mental disorder till she eventually gave up the ghost in 1948.
Marilyn also suggested series of breakdowns due to her orphanage status, this could be asserted as her source of inspiration for writing over 400 books, while also taking literature courses at UCLA as well as studying acting at the famous Actors’ Lab in Hollywood. Marilyn Monroe died in 1962 in what seems to be a probable suicide.

35. Heidi Montag


Heidi Pratt Montag is an American author, television personality, singer, and fashion designer. Born on September 15, 1986, in Colorado, Heidi is considered as one of the most famous women in the world. Montag moved to California after graduating from high school where she studied at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. She took courses for one semester before getting into Lauren Conrad, a primary member of Laguna Beach: The Real Orange Country at that time. The duo proceeded to study at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles; however, Heidi dropped out because she found the institution less challenging.

Since 2006, Montag has been a core part of TV presentation and music. She featured in the Laguna Beach series in 2006 when she moved to Los Angeles. Furthermore, she released her first single in 2008, titled ‘Higher,’ which was released alongside the music video (just two months interval).

In 2010, there were rumors regarding the divorce of Montag and her spouse Pratt. Interestingly, the duo publicly admitted that there was nothing of such, rather it was a way of boosting Montag’s career. In November 2010, the couple renewed their vows in California.

34. Demi Moore


Demi Moore is an actress born on November 11, 1962, in New Mexico. While growing, Moore had to travel and move to new places more than 30 times as of when she was 14 before eventually staying in Los Angeles. This is a result of her living with her stepfather and mother, both of whom drank heavily. In respect of her moving around to new places, Moore explained in Interview magazine that she learned to adapt to whatever environment she met herself in through the moving around; adding to the fact that she gets along with people very quickly which, she said, is one of the core factors that contributed to her choice of career.

Before getting into acting fully, Moore has first worked as a debt collector after dropping out of high school at 16. In 1981, she landed her first role on the famous television soap opera General Hospital. Afterwards, she made her film debut the same year with her performances in the independent drama Choices. Moore had her biggest career breakthrough in 1990 with the release of Ghost. She earned a lot of appraisal for her clever work on this film, while also earning five Academy Award nominations and $218 million at the box office.

33. Jennifer Aniston


Jennifer Aniston is a well-known American actress, businesswoman, film producer, and philanthropist making this list of the 50 most popular women. Born on February 11, 1969, into a family of actors, one would never have doubted Jennifer’s capabilities judging by her parents' footsteps and training. Her father, John Aniston is well known as Victor Kiriakis (a role he played in Days of Our Lives), while her mother, on the other hand, Nancy Dow, made herself a good name via her performances at TV shows and films. Jennifer took her first acting role in 1988 when she worked in shows like Dancing on Checker’s Grave and For Dear Life. However, she could not make enough money from acting as of that time so she picked up a series of menial jobs on the side to support herself.

Jennifer kept taking minor roles till 1993 when she made her film debut with Leprechaun. Leprechaun happens to be a horror film but gained acceptance as well as negative reviews, which is the bedrock on which Jennifer’s fame is built.
Whenever she is not in front of cameras, Jennifer makes it a necessity to give to the needy. Her charitable acts extend to various philanthropic organizations like AmeriCares, Doctors Without Borders, Feeding America, EB Medical Research Foundation, Clothes Off Our Back, and more.

32. Hillary Clinton


Hillary (Diane Rodman) Clinton is one of the women in the history of America who have set the pace for the younger ones to follow. Born on October 26, 1947, in Illinois, Hilary was very active in politics and societal betterment which resulted in her involvement in young Republican groups and subsequently campaigns for Barry Goldwater, a Republican presidential nominee in 1964. According to her, she became inspired to be a functional part of public service upon hearing a speech by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., subsequently, she became a Democrat in 1968.

While Hilary was still schooling at Wellesley College, she played important roles in student politics which could be asserted to have resulted in her election as the senior class president before she graduated in 1969. She proceeded to Yale Law School where she came across Bill Clinton. She graduated in 1973 with honors, afterwards, she worked for the campaign of George McGovern for his presidential ambition. Hilary also worked and campaigns for many other presidential candidates including Jimmy Carter (to whom her husband was attorney general). One of her biggest career success was in 1999 when she sought the U.S Senate seat. She easily won and became the first woman to be elected into the U.S Senate as well as the first wife of a president to win a public office.

On January 21, 2009, Hilary accepted President Obama’s nomination as the secretary of the state, thereby becoming the 67th U.S Secretary.

31. Ciara


Ciara is a famous American R&B songwriter, singer, and dancer. Born on October 25, 1985, Ciara came to limelight following the release of her hit single ‘Goodies’ as well as her debut album ‘Ciara: The Evolution.’ As a young girl, Ciara wrote stories and poems, this could be asserted as one of the reasons why she is so good at songwriting. Although she never took writing seriously until she became a part of Hearsay, a girl group. After the breaking up of the group, she perhaps felt it was a better time to work on her songwriting skills which eventually got her in contact with Jazze Pha, the Atlanta producer who helped Ciara get a record deal with LaFace Records.

In the last years of constant music activity in the industry, Ciara has won three MTV Video Music Awards, eight Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles, and one Grammy Award. She is married to Russell Wilson, an NFL star.

30. Kristen Stewart


Kristen Stewart is an American actress born on April 9, 1990. She is well known for her role in the ‘Twilight’ film series where she played Bella Swan. Before she co-starred in the popular Panic Room, she was a passionate child actress. However, her role as Bella Swan in the Twilight film series came with a lot of success and national recognition, she then went on to star in Café Society and Still Alice. Amazingly, Stewart started making her television appearance at the age of eight; this was shortly after her grade school Christmas play which caught the sight of a talent scout.

After having dated and broken up with Rob Pattinson, she got into series of women thereby identifying as bisexual. She also has a relationship with model Stella Maxwell and presently dating screenwriter Dylan Meyer.

29. Betty White


Starting her career in the late 1930s, Betty White remains one of the 50 most popular women. An American comic actress, White maintained her fame as a TV personality after starring on Life with Elizabeth in the 1950s. She has also starred on other programs like The Golden Girls, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Hot in Cleveland. In subsequent television series appearances, White showed her audience how professional she is, this made her career receive an enormous boost. In The Mary Tyler Moore show, she played the role of Sue Ann Nivens which showed her audience the sharp wit behind her sweet smile. For her work on the latter, White received two Emmy Awards.

Whenever White isn’t making films, she writes. She has several books between 1980 and 1990 to her name, some of which include Here We Go Again: My Life in Television (1955) and Betty White In Person (1987).

28. Pamela Anderson


Pamela Anderson is a model turned actress, born on July 1, 1967, in Canada. Pamela started her modeling career in Labatt beer ads before stepping up to be in the pages of Playboy. She made the transition into movies via the popular TV series Home Improvement, however, she became famous with her role in Baywatch (thereby making her a sex symbol as well as a household name). In 2010 and 2012, she became the center of attraction following her competition on Dancing with the Stars. Pamela has had series of relationships ranging from her first marriage to Motley Crue rocker Tommy Lee in 1995, which garnered the attention of the general public. She has two children, Brandon and Dylan, with Lee before they filed for a divorce in 1998 after he was found guilty on charges of spousal abuse.

Again in July 2006, Pamela married rapper Kid Rock. Four months after, she filed for a divorce (weeks after she miscarried) on notes of irreconcilable differences. Rick Salmon (2007) and Jon Peters (2020) made the last marriage in her life.

27. Fergie


Fergie is yet another top choice among the 50 most popular women. Fergie was born on March 27, 1975, as Stacy Ann Ferguson in California. A songwriter and singer, she started her career by appearing in casts and commercials in 1984 (Kids Incorporated). The show gave Fergie out and gave her the privilege to show her abilities in acting and singing.
Fergie proceeded and joined forces with Renee Sands (former Kids Incorporated cast member) and Stefanie Ridel in the 1990s to bring to existence Wild Orchid, a pop group. They had a successful release of their album in 1996 which brought about top hits in the likes of Supernatural, At Night I Pray, and Talk to Me.

After serious addiction to drugs and crystal meth, Fergie joined Black Eyes Peas, an hip-hop group, and got her life back together. In 2003, their Elephunk album made a big hit with singles like Hey Mama and Where is The Love?
Fergie took to marriage in January 2009 when she wed actor Josh Duhamel. However, tables turned round in September 2017 when the couple announced their separation after almost a decade of marriage.

26. Jessica Alba


Jessica Alba was born on April 28, 1981, in California. As the daughter of a U.S Air Force, Jessica moved around a lot as a child; from California to Texas and Mississippi. Amazingly, this helped her network with people and build her interpersonal relationship with others. When Alba was just 12, she already started studying acting and had an agent as well. In 1994, she picked up her first role in comedy Camp Nowhere. At that time, Alba also did some commercials and picked up jobs as a model before landing a recurring role on the popular tween comedy, The Secret World of Alex Mack. Finally, the movie Dark Angel (2000) where she played Max Guevera was what brought her to the limelight.

Alba married Cash Warren (her then-boyfriend whom she met on the Fantastic Four set) in May 2008. The couple is blessed with two daughters and a son; Honor Marie (2008), Haven Garner (2011), and Hayes Alba (2017).

25. Christina Aguilera


Christina Aguilera is an award-winning singer Anne songwriter born on December 18, 1980, in New York. Known for her beautiful voice and powerful hit songs, growing up was somewhat terrible for Aguilera. Her father, a sergeant in the US Army, was abusive; however, in 1986, her mother ended the marriage and moved to Pennsylvania.

At a very tender age, Aguilera already developed a deep love for music, this undoubtedly can be attributed to her mother who was a professional pianist and violinist. In 1990, when she was 10, Aguilera was lucky to have a spot on the national television program Star Search where she thrilled the audience with Etta James' "A Sunday Kind of Love." She went on in subsequent years to deliver good music to her audience. Burlesque (2010) is one of her hit singles that top national charts. Also, Aguilera released a song ‘Change’ in 2016, this was said to be in honor of victims of the Orlando nightclub that same year.

Christina Aguilera is married to Matthew Rutler, whom she engaged on valentine’s day, 2014. The couple welcomed their daughter, Summer Rain on August 16 that same year.

24. Sandra Bullock


Sandra Annette Bullock is an Academy award-winning actress. Born on July 26, 1964, she is famous for her roles in films like The Proposal, Speed, Gravity, The Blind Side, and many more. When she was just five, Sandra made her first appearance in a mini role for an opera that took place in Nuremberg, Germany. The latter can be attributed to the influence of her mother who was a German voice teacher and opera singer. The stage performance was what developed, hence she followed up in the path and continuously appeared in the Nuremberg children choir.

In 2009 and 2013, Entertainment Weekly named her the Entertainer of the Year for her consistency and professionalism in the industry.

23. Kim Kardashian


Well known for her appearances in the reality TV show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kimberly Noel Kardashian West is one of the 50 most popular women in the world. Born on October 21, 1980, in California, Kim agreed that her growing up was more of a thing of stardom.

In the early moments of 2007, the infamous 30-minute sex video of Kim and Ray J found its way in the hands of a well-renowned adult film company, Vivid Entertainment. According to Vivid, $1 million was paid for rights to the tape which was subsequently widely produced and called Kim Kardashian Superstar. Although Kim took legal actions and sued the company for the intrusion of privacy, however, in May 2007 she came to terms with Vivid on a $5 million settlement.
Around the time of the sex video scandal, Kim was already set to making her way to the television screen for a different thing. Amazingly, E-network had just debuted a new reality TV series which is called Keeping up with the Kardashians, it was just another good time for Kim to step up her appearance on the big screen. The show, produced by Ryan Seacrest, follows the life of Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Robert Jr., Kris (mother), Bruce Jenner (former stepfather), and Kendal and Kylie (the two young daughters of Bruce and Kris).

In the last two decades, Kim has gotten into several relationships and subsequent divorces. Starting with Music Producer Damon Thomas whom she wed in 2000 when she was 20. The marriage ended after four years, then she got into other high profile young men in the likes of Nick Lachey, Reggie Bush, Kris Humphries (with whom she has a 72-day marriage), and more. Kim knew Kanye West while her divorce proceedings were on in 2012. Kim had her baby with Kanye on June 15, 2013, and got engaged on her 33rd birthday on October 21, 2013. On May 24, 2014, Bruce, her former stepfather, walked her down the aisle while Andrea Bocelli sang "Con te Partiro."

22. Katy Perry


Katy Perry is an American pop singer. Born on October 25, 1984, Perry initially attempted breaking into the industry as a gospel singer (since her parents were pastors), however, her 2008 release of the hit single ‘I Kissed a Girl’ can be asserted to be what developed her change in perspective for pop music.

At age 13, Perry was already extremely obsessed with making her music that had learned how to play guitar. It is at this time that she started rebelling against the strict religious practice of her parents, hence she pierced her nose. In 2001, she moved to Los Angeles to work with Glen Ballard. Perry noted that being herself was tough as there was no money and she (alongside Ballard) could not find a recording company to take them up in the five years of living in Los Angeles.

Luckily, in 2007 she signed a contract with Capitol Records which led to the 2008 release of her hit single "I Kissed a Girl," from One of the Boys. Katy Perry went on to top national charts with follow up from albums like Teenage Dream, Prism, and Witness.

21. Michelle Obama


Born on January 17, 1964, Michelle Obama is a well-reputed writer, lawyer, and wife of Barrack Obama (former U.S President). Being the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017, Michelle had more focus on social and community issues like healthy living, poverty eradication, quality education, and more. In her 2018 memoir, "Becoming", she comprehensively outlines the series of experience which shaped her from childhood in Chicago to living in the White House.
Growing as the child of a Democratic precinct captain and a city pump operator father, Michelle alongside her older brother, Craig was made to study hard. Although she had to skip a second grade, by the sixth grade Michelle had already started taking the classes in the school’s gifted program; it was here she gained a well-rooted knowledge in French.

In 1985, Michelle graduated with a B.A in a Sociology from Princeton University. She then proceeded to Harvard Law School where she studied Law; she received her J.D in 1988. Between 1988 when she graduated and 2009 when she became the first lady of the United States, she has worked for a series of firms like:
  • Associate in Sidley Austin (1988)
  • Assistant to Mayor Richard Daley (1991)
  • Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Development for Chicago City (1991
  • Executive Director, Chicago Office of Public Allies (1993)
  • Associate Dean of Student Services, University of Chicago (1996)
  • Executive Director of community relations and external affairs, University of Chicago Hospitals (1996)
  • Vice President for community and external affairs, University of Chicago Medical Center (2005)
She worked in the latter part-time till the inauguration of her husband as President.
Michelle knew Barrack who happened to be a summer intern to whom she was assigned as an adviser while she was working on her first job. After a series of refusals, Michelle agreed to date Barrack, and the couple got married on October 3, 1992, at Trinity United Church of Christ.

20. Lindsay Lohan


Lindsay Dee Lohan is yet another top actress and pop singer making the list of the 50 most popular women. Born on July 2, 1986, Lohan became a celebrity in the early 2000s following her appearance in the film Mean Girls. Although, she was a child actress and model before her debut film in 2004; what added to her recognition was her pop album, Speak, released in the same year. Since her first appearance, Lohan has had over 100 print ads for the likes of Duncan Hines, Toy ‘R Us as well as over 60 television spots. These can be asserted as what made her land a dual role of twin sisters in the 1998 film, The Parent Trap (a movie which garnered over $92 million).

In August 2007, Lohan was mandatorily made to check into the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Sundance, Utah, after a series of accidents emanating from drug use and abuse. Interestingly, she was able to put herself back together. In June 2018, she announced the opening of Lohan a Beach House club situated in Mykonos, Greece.

19. Jessica Simpson


Jessica Simpson Poster is one of the most famous women and a top-notch singer who has taken fashion, music, and entertainment industries across high seas and turbulent sails. An international media star and talented artist, Jessica started her career with popular gospel singers like Ce Ce Winans, Kirk Franklin, and more.

In 1999, Jessica released her debut single, Sweet Kisses which was made a massive hit and breakthrough. The song hit #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In a bid to give the best to her fans, she went on to release irresistible albums like A Public Affair (2006) and Happy Christmas (2010).

Aside from music, Jessica is also an enthusiastic giver. She took to being a part of Operation Smile international medical mission in Nakuru, Kenya, where she served as Youth Ambassador. Over the years, she has continually played her part in helping not less than 280 children visit the remote regions of the world.

18. Sarah Palin


Born on February 11, 1964, Sarah Palin is the first female and youngest governor of Alaska (adding to her status as the first woman to earn a Republican Party’s Vice Presidential nomination). Sarah’s political career started in 1992 when she decided to get into politics in her career. Before that time, she was already known for wearing the crown of Miss Alaska in 1984. She took to the Republican ticket which helped her win a seat on the Wasilla City Council (where she had her high school education). For four years, she was opposing tax hikes, upon the latter, she was elected Mayor of Wasilla.

After serving as the first female governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin was graced to be named McCain’s running mate on August 29, 2008. McCain chose to introduce her officially while he was campaigning in Ohio. On September 4 the same year, Palin was nominated at the Republican National Convention making her the first Republican female and the second woman to run for Vice Presidency on a U.S major party. Sadly, she, alongside McCain, lost the 2008 election.

In January 2009, she returned to her office as governor of Alaska; however, she resigned from office in July that same year. Plain has ever since been publishing top-notch books, starting with her autobiography in 2009.

17. Mariah Carey

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Mariah Carey is a top singer who has made her name with hits like I Don’t Wanna Cry and Vision of Love. Born on March 27, 1970, Mariah has a record of the most #1 debuts in the history of Billboard Hot 100.

When Mariah was just 3, her parents had divorced; however, this helped her spend more time with her mother who was an opera singer. On one occasion, Mariah was said to have imitated her mother’s operatic singing when she was yet 4 years old; hence she began music lessons at that age.

In 1987, Mariah graduated from Harborfields High School, New York and she decided to move to Manhattan. She worked as a coat check girl and a waitress while she was also writing her songs and actively doing music performances at night. A year after, she was signed to Columbia Records and made her debut album which include singles like I Don’t Wanna Cry and Vision of Love. Her release in subsequent years made her among the most commercially successful artists of all time with over 200 million records sales and 19 #1 hits.

16. Jennifer Lopez


One would have rightfully expected Jennifer Lopez to make up the list of the 50 most popular women. The singer and actress, born on July 24, 1969, is one of Hollywood’s leading female acts who have also made way for a successful dance and pop music career.

Jennifer starter her career as a dancer, then she would appear in music videos and stage musicals. However, following her 1990 win of a national competition she seemed to become the center of attraction which earned her a dancing spot on the television series In Living Color as one of the "Fly Girls." She also starred in the film Selena before turning to music, where she found major success on the dance and pop charts with songs like Play, and Get Right.

In 2004, Jennifer married Marc Anthony, a salsa icon with whom she had twins. Sadly the couple separated after some years. In recent times, she has been actively involved in projects like Shades of Blue, American Idol, and World of Dance.

15. Megan Fox


Born on May 16, 1986, Megan Fox is an American actress famous for her featured role in the Transformers. At the early age of 5, Fox had already started taking dancing and singing lessons. This went that way for five years till she moved with her family to Florida; where she took to modeling classes alongside the music lessons.

In 1999, Megan Fox took to the American Modeling and Talent Convention where she won multiple awards; this one success made her drop out of high school and moved to Los Angeles. At 15, fox landed her first screen role with appearances in Holiday in the Sun. Not stopping there, she went on to take a significant role in films like Jonah Hex, Jennifer's Body, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and This Is 40.

In June 2010, Fox engaged actor Brian Austin. The couple had three sons Noah (2012), Bodhi (2014), and Journey (2016). Sadly, the Fox and Green announced their in August 2015 before reconciling in 2016. In the mid moments of May 2020, the couple had their separation again.

14. Oprah


Oprah Winfrey is a media executive, talk show host, philanthropist, and actress. Born on January 29, 1954, Oprah is well known for hosting her program on the big screen, The Oprah Winfrey Show. The latter aired for about 25 seasons between 1986 and 2011 before she launched her TV network, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

Growing up for Oprah was somewhat terrible as she faced a series of sexual abuse from her male relatives and her mother’s friends. She eventually had to move to Nashville to live with her father, a businessman, and barber. She gained admission into the Tennessee State University in 1971; there picked up an acquaintance with radio and television broadcasting in Nashville (as well as a job).

After graduating, she began hosting "People Are Talking", a TV chat show (1976). The latter became a top choice to which Oprah stayed for eight years before being hired by a Chicago TV station to start hosting her show, A.M. Chicago. She then went on to air a series of TV shows, and also written books.

13. Angelina Jolie


Angelina Jolie is a top Hollywood actress. Born on June 4, 1975, Jolie became famous following her appearance in movies like Salt, Girl, and Maleficent as well as her relationship with high-profile men like Brad Pitt. While she was still very young and schooling at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, Jolie had already started taking movie roles.

Upon her graduation from New York University, she went fully into the industry. Jolie received her first recognition in the industry after she won the best supporting actress Academy Award for the role played in Girl. She went on to become one of the most sought after Hollywood actresses.

Aside from playing roles, Jolie is also a renowned movie director. Movies like Unbroken, In the Land it Blood and Honey, and By the Sea were directed by Angelina Jolie. Over the years, she has shown much consistency, thereby resulting in huge relevance in Hollywood.

12. Taylor Swift


Born on December 13, 1989, Taylor Swift is a renowned Grammy award-winning songwriter and singer. Starting music at a tender age, Swift often had to visit Tennessee (the country music capital), as she found more opportunities of getting at the apex of her career in Nashville. Eventually, in a bid to help Swift pursue her career, her family agreed to relocate to Hendersonville, Tennessee.

When she started her career at 16, she was known to be a country music singer, going on to become one of the top music act with popular music was right after the release of hit singles like You Belong With Me and Love Story. These singles did not only appeal to pop and country music fans but also earned her Grammy award win in 2008.

In the past years, Swift has won more Grammys for her albums and singles. In 2018, she won Grammys Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year.

11. Shakira


On February 2, 1977, Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll was born in Barranquilla, Colombia. Shakira is a well-known pop singer who wrote her first song when she was 8 and went on to sign her first record deal at the age of 13. Since she started her career, Shakira has been delivering top-notch singles and albums topping charts.

A dancer, singer, and one of the 50 most popular women, Shakira has to her name multiple Latin Grammy, and American Music Awards. One of Shakira’s hits, Hips Don’t Lie, made her the best selling Colombian artist of all time with over 70 million albums sold across the globe.

In a bid to meet up the needs of children, Shakira found the Pies Descalzos Foundation; an initiative to assist Colombian children with quality education. Also, she is a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador who received the honor from the United Nations’ International Labor Organization in respect of her charitable acts in 2010.

10. Avril Lavigne


Creating a blend of punk, rock, and a rebellious style, Avril Lavigne remains one of the top Canadian singers. Born on September 27, 1984, Lavigne has been enjoying success for over a decade in respect of her unique music style and fashion line.

As a child, Lavigne was always found singing. Since her parents were highly devoted Christians, she started by performing in church as a chorister. It was in the church choir that she learned to play guitar and started composing her songs as a teenager. Right after high school, she took two turns, first was to New York then Los Angeles where she picked up a job with Arista Records (2000).

In 2002, she debuted with an album titled Let Go. Subsequently, she released two hit singles Complicated and Sk8er Boi which sold over 15 million copies globally. Some of her music albums that top charts include: The Best Damn Thing, Under My Skin, Avril Lavigne, and Goodbye Lullaby.

9. Paris Hilton


One of the most popular public figures across the world is Paris Hilton. Choosing the 50 most popular women, Paris Hilton is a well-known entrepreneur and businesswoman who has continually created job opportunities via entrepreneurship.

Born in New York, Hilton found her passion for acting and singing at a tender age. However, in her teenage, she took to modeling and fashion week runways which helped her secure a series of brand and magazine campaigns. When she was 18, her father, Rick Hilton, encouraged her to build business and establish her brand.

In 2006, Paris stepped up her business when she created Paris Hilton an Entertainment, a multi-billion dollar company that comprises of over 40 branded stores across Asia and the Middle East selling fashion-related products like shoes, watches, handbags, sunglasses, lashes and nails, clothing, cosmetics and more. At the moment she sells her perfume in over 63 countries of the world.

8. Miley Cyrus


Miley Ray Cryus is a popular American actress born on November 23, 1992, in Tennessee. Born, Destiny Hope Cyrus, upon the fact that her parents presumed her to achieve greatness, she rather answer the short form of her childhood nickname now (Smiley, shortened to Miley). She was nicknamed Smiley due to her cheerful disposition.

Cyrus’s love for the big screen in 2001 started after her father took her with himself to the set of the TV series Doc. Eventually, she had her first role with her father in that same TV series, the same year. Again in 2003, she got another minor role in Big Fish, this led to Cyrus winning a lead role in Hannah Montana (2006). She became a teen superstar right after her appearance in Hannah Montana.

After the success of Hannah Montana in 2006, she delve into other roles which are but not limited to Lola in LOL, and Ronnie Miller in The Last Song (2012 and 2010 respectively).

7. Justin Bieber


Born on March 1, 1994, Justin Bieber is a well known singer in Canada and the United States. Right from teenage, he has shown very strong interest in music which led to teaching himself how to play diverse musical instruments including piano, guitar, drums and trumpet.

His game has so much in connection with his mother who started posting videos of her son on YouTube. The videos was what caught the sight of a talent agent Scooter Braun who helped Bieber secure an interview with Usher (who eventually signed a record deal with Bieber).

Justin Bieber released his first hit single in 2009. One Time got a worldwide attention that it was certified Platinum in the United States and Canada. Unstoppable Bieber went on to release EP album My World (2009) and in 2015 he came out with Purpose. These release gave accolades to him as he got listed by Forbes magazines as one of the Top Ten Most Powerful Celebrities in the World. Also, he has an American Music Award and a Grammy to his name.

6. Britney Spears


One of the most famous artists and highly successful solo acts in pop music is Britney Spears. Born on December 2, 1981, the singer, actress and dancer started what she do at a very young age of 7. She was always the one standing in from of the TV in the house and dancing to the joy of her siblings and parents; even at school, Spears revealed that she was always the weird child who would prefer playing outside all day.

In 1989 when she was just 8, Spears auditioned for a spot on The All-New Mickey Mouse Club; however she did not get the role. Luckily, she was able to achieve one of her childhood dreams in 1992 when she showcased her vocal talents on Star Search.

Afterwards, she tried again for the All-New Mickey Mouse Club when she was 11 and this time, she was selected for the cast. She was able to work alongside the likes of Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Keri Russell and more. It was the beginning of a fulfilling career as a performer and pop singer.

5. Rihanna


For songs like Work and Stay, Robyn Rihana Fenty has made her name to the world with her sensational musics. Born on February 20, 1988, Rihana started singing at home as it was a way of turning away from the troubles around her. In high school, she formed a girl group with her classmates (all 15 years old). The girls won an audition with Evan Rodgers who came visiting on the island.

At 16, she was set to leave Barbados for the United States with the aim of chasing her music career; luckily she signed her first record deal with Def Jams Records that some year. In 2005, Rihana mar her first album release Music of the Sun, selling over two million copies globally. She subsequently top charts with other hit songs like Diamonds, Take a Bow, Umbrella, Unfaithful and more.

As a dedicated philanthropist, Rihanna launched the Clara Lionel Foundation in 2012. Named after her grandmother, the foundation is an initiative for the support and funding of education programs across the globe.

4. Beyonce


Beyonce Knowles is a popular and Grammy award winning singer, actress and recording artist. Born on September 4, 1981, Beyonce committed to music at an early age, taking local competitions in local talent shows. Amazingly she won a good number of these shows by impressing her audience with her stunning dancing and singing abilities.

Beyonce followed up in the path as she walked away with six honors in the 2010 Grammy awards making record of the most wins in a night by a female artist (winning a total of 16 Grammys as of 2013). Aside from awards, she made name for the #1 hits on Billboard’s Pop Songs chart. The latter can be asserted to be the reason behind she making the Forbes Top 10 list of entertainment’s highest-earning women in 2011.

In 2008, she married Jay-Z with whom she has three children.

3. Madonna


Madonna Louise Ciccone is a remarkable and ambitious singer who never stop working to make herself better. Born in August 1958, Madonna is a seven time Grammy award winner who has sold over 300 million records to her fans worldwide.However, her film career is yet another interesting story to tell.

Starting her career far back as 1979, Madonna formed a dance/pop band with choreographer Alvin Ailey, Patrick Hernandez Revue, and her then boyfriend Stephen Bray. They got on several studio sessions and made tracks however her efforts was not recognized until the 1980s when she came to limelight. Her appearances in A Certain Sacrifice (1979) and Vision Quest (1985) was what attracted the audience to her.

After series of performance and subsequent acceptance from her audience, Madonna decided her acting days were over. In 2008, picked up a career in directing with Filth and Wisdom, which was however somewhat infamous. Aside entertainment, Madonna also reach out to her community via charitable acts.

2. Kesha


Born on March 1, 1987, Kesha is a top American singer who came to limelight after her debut single Tik Tok in 2009. In mid moments of January 2010, she decided to thrill her fans with the release of her debut album, Animal, which went on to top charts globally.

Not stopping there, Kesha took to the studio and utilised the media to push out her second album, Warrior, in 2012. Her success in the music industry dates back to the long hours she started spending in the studio at a very tender age. Due to less financial capabilities of her parents, she found the studio a relieving place from stress.

In 2004, Kesha left high school to pursue music full time. She then moved to Los Angeles where she worked with producer Dr Luke. Her determination for a successful music career was what paid off for her against all odds.

1. Lady GaGa


Born on March 28, 1986, Lady GaGa (born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta) has been making name globally across the entertainment industry. As young as four, GaGa had already learnt how to play the piano, by the time she was 13, she had already started performing and writing her first piano ballad.

In 2000, Lady GaGa performed for the first time at a nightclub in New York (at age 14). Luckily, she was accepted into the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (making one of the 20 students globally to receive the early acceptance honor). Sadly, she dropped out of the school to find creative inspiration and create better opportunities for herself. As one of the most famous women in the world, she made her debut following the release of The Fame where hit tracks like Poker Face and Just Dance were produced. The pop icon also starred in 'A Star Is Born’ which resulted in an Oscar nomination. Also, GaGa won a Golden Globe for her appearance in 'American Horror Story.’

Following series of relationship with the likes of Taylor Kinney, and Christian Carino; Lady GaGa finally made her relationship with the CEO Michael Polansky public (in 2020).

That's the list of 50 most popular women in the world compiled according to how the celebrities were searched on google. On the list are famous artists, activists, television hostesses and so on. Although, few of them might have been lucky to be born with silver spoon, but one thing that has made them achieved this great height of success is hard work and dedication to their craft.
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Jan 29, 2020
How come Selena Gomez didn't make it to the top 10? She has the most followers on Instagram
The topic says "50 most popular women on the web, per Google Search Results" not per Instagram search results. And besides, Selena Gomez is just overrated. There is nothing special about her like that.

Ivorian Doll

Feb 24, 2020
Justin Bieber has a fan base of lesbians who call themselves Biebians so I guess that's why his name is on the list.


Active member
Sep 11, 2019
of course we dooo. Women run the world
Check around you.. the houses, schools, hospitals were built by men. The phone you are using to post this was made by a man. The list of the richest people in the world are dominated by men. Even the richest women (Oprah Winfrey) wouldn’t have achieved that if Philo Farnsworth, John Logie Baird and Charles Francis Jenkins didn’t invent television. So just take a chill pill 💊


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Sep 11, 2019
nah.. y'all need to return back to the kitchen and cook your man delicious meals
Have you ever wondered why women want us to perform the traditional duties of a man, but they don't wanna perform the traditional duties of a woman. They want equal right and equal pay rate as men, but right inside the family court, the whole equal rights doesn't exist anymore, now the man has to perform the traditional duty of taking care of the kid(s) and even the wife too. This is just bs and it so annoying.


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Jan 28, 2020
Have you ever wondered why women want us to perform the traditional duties of a man, but they don't wanna perform the traditional duties of a woman. They want equal right and equal pay rate as men, but right inside the family court, the whole equal rights doesn't exist anymore, now the man has to perform the traditional duty of taking care of the kid(s) and even the wife too. This is just bs and it so annoying.
I blame the SJW's and the lefties for the crap they've turn the society to. Women don't want to do the risky jobs men do, but they want to earn as much as men do.

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