Which Celebs Shattered Their Way into Record-Breaking History?

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Guinness Book of World Records Beyonce‘s baby bump announcement may have broken Twitter records recently, but it’s still not entering the Guinness Book of World Records (yet). However, a slew of our fave celebs and shows made the cut for the 2012 edition of the book — and we’re not surprised. From Taylor Swift‘s digital album releases and Rihanna‘s killer 2010 album to Willow Smith‘s worldwide success and Justin Bieber‘s everything, find out which stars found their ways into the books and who shattered the most records…

Lady Gaga— Most Followers on TwitterMost Weeks on the US Hot Digital Songs Chart for “Poker Face”

Justin Bieber— Most Popular Video of Any Kind Online for “Baby”

GleeMost Hit Singles in a Calendar Year

Taylor Swift— Fastest Selling Digital Album (Female)Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 Hits (Female)

Rihanna— Most US #1 Singles in a Year (Female)

Miranda Cosgrove— Highest Paid Child Actress ($180,000 per iCarly ep)

The Black-Eyed PeasThe Biggest Selling Download in the U.K. for “I Gotta Feeling”

Willow Smith— Youngest Top 20 Transatlantic Star

Lil Wayne— Most US Hot 100 Hits by a Rap Artist (64 tracks!)

J.K. Rowling— First Billionaire Author (thanks to sales of 400 million+ copies of Harry Potter!)

…and Adele leads the pack with THREE world records, including Most Consecutive Weeks at #1 on the UK Albums ChartMost Non-Consecutive Weeks at #1First Female to Reach the UK Top 5 with Two Singles and Two Albums Simultaneously

Think these records were well-deserved? Who else should’ve made the cut (ahem, Katy Perry)? Spill your thoughts here.