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Who's the Most Influential?
AskMen just determined their list of the Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2013, with a number of celebrities making the cut! Check out these powerful stars and exactly where they fall on the coveted list.
No, 3 -- Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston cracked the top three on the list thanks to his amazing performance as Walter White in Breaking Bad. And though the show is over, Cranston's legacy is undeniably already set.
No. 6 -- Drake
Sensitive rapper Drake scored high on the list thanks to his critically acclaimed album Nothing Was the Same, which proved he has the chops to stay around for a long, long time.
No. 7 -- Robin Thicke
No. 10 -- Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon cracked the top ten thanks to the amazing success of his late-night show. As host, Fallon has exceeded all expectations, and is set to take over Jay Leno's spot when he retires next year.
No. 12 -- Justin Timberlake
With a two-part album and a part in the buzzworthy Coen brothers' film Inside Llewyn Davis, Justin Timberlake has had one incredible year.
No. 13 -- Jay-Z
2013 saw some big moves for Jay-Z, who teamed up with Samsung to release Magna Carta Holy Grail and embarked on a stadium tour with Justin Timberlake. With his first cologne, Gold, also set to release on Black Friday this year, is there anything he can't do?!
No. 16 -- Hugh Jackman
Turns out one of the most likable guys in Hollywood is also considered one of the most influential. Playing wildly different roles in films like Wolverine and the drama Prisoners, this year, Jackman proved that he can be believable in just about anything.
No. 19 -- Jimmy Kimmel
The bad boy of late-night, Jimmy Kimmel's show was constantly in the headlines this year, whether it was for his feud with Kanye West or his "Worst Twerk Ever" video that went viral.
No. 22 -- Charlie Hunnam
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam not only starred in the successful Pacific Rim this year, but showed his integrity as an actor when he dropped out of the high-profile role as Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey reportedly due to script concerns and being uncomfortable with the amount of fame attached to the role.
No. 41 -- Kanye West
Love him or hate him, there's no denying Kanye West's staying power. Coming out with one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the year, Yeezus, his fame and influence is only set to grow thanks to his engagement to Kim Kardashian.