Published On: Sep 06 2013 03:23:26 PM CDTUpdated On: Jun 16 2014 11:07:40 AM CDT
Becoming a Guinness World Record holder is quite the feat.
Check out these famous faces who have a Guinness World Record with their name on it.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek holds the world record for most game show episodes hosted by the same presenter (same program). June 13, 2014, marked Trebek's6,829th episode on the long-running show.
Calvin Harris. The Scottish DJ passed Michael Jackson to be officially recognized as having Most Top 10 hits on UK singles chart from one album.
Taylor Swift. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" was the fastest selling digital single, climbing to No. 1 on the iTunes’ singles sales chart just 50 minutes after it was released on 14 August 2012.
Taylor Swift also earned a place in the "World Record" book by being the First solo female with two million-selling weeks on US album charts. She is the only female singer to notch up two million-selling weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking sales in 1991.
Rihanna. The singer was the Most "liked" person on Facebook with 70,738,549 "likes" on May 16, 2013 (her count stands at 74,769,237 as of September 2013).
Richard Branson. The business magnate now holds the record for Oldest person to cross the English Channel by kiteboard.
Justin Bieber. The young star earned the honor of "Youngest Solo Artist to Have Five U.S. #1 Albums before his 19th birthday."
"Breaking Bad." The AMC hit earned the honor of Highest-Rated TV Series, earning a metascore of 99 out of 100 on MetaCritic.com, which aggregates reviews from leading critics.
One Direction. The young band broke the record for the highest debut by a UK group on the US Billboard singles chart with "Live While We're Young."
PSY. The South Korean sensation holds the record for Most viewed video online in 24 hours with "Gentleman." On April 14, 2013, the video had racked up 38,409,306 views on YouTube. PSY’s hit "Gangnam Style" will also be seen in the book as Most "liked" video online.
Betty White. White earned the honor of Longest TV Career for an Entertainer (Female). Guinness says the record is attributed to her 74 years of work in the industry, from her 1939 debut to the present day.
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