Actress-Singer Miley Cyrus is
the façade runner of Time magazine's 'Person of the Year' online poll.
The 21 years old singer Miley
Cyrus garnered 28 per cent of the votes as of 27th November. She is
ahead of such persons as earlier NSA defence contractor Edward Snowden, Chief
Minister of Gujarat State Narendra Modi and President of Syria Bashar al-Assad.
The 'Wrecking Ball' hit maker
is presently facing commercial success this year with a fresh album and her
antics both on and off stage, reported Ace Showbiz.
"Time and Pop tip are
aware of the efforts to affect the results of the Person of the Year poll, and
have measures in place so that only legitimate votes are being incorporated in
the final tally," a Time spokesperson said.
"We're over the moon that
so many people are having fun with this informal poll and contributing to the
conversation (about who should win)," the spokesperson added.
Time has added Twitter this
year to inspire more chipping in and widen the horizon.