TIME Person of the Year
Demi Lovato is NOT okay with ‘Time’ magazine naming sexual harassment/abuse victims their POTY while giving the number two runner up prize to Donald Trump.
Sophie Turner’s lending her support to Taylor Swift as people come forward to say they don’t think she should be on ‘TIME’s Person of the Year cover. Read her tweet here.
‘TIME’ has named ‘The Silence Breakers’ as this year’s Person of the Year, with a cover featuring five women, including Taylor Swift. But who exactly ARE the ‘silence breakers’? We’ll explain!
The results are in. ‘TIME’ magazine has name its Person of the Year for 2017, and this year, the honor goes to The Silence Breakers — the voices who started a movement against sexual harassment.
‘Time’ released a shortlist for its 2017 Person Of The Year, and we can’t decide who deserves the honor most. We want to know who YOU think should win! VOTE here!
Congratulations to Donald Trump! The president-elect just been announced as the 2016 pick for the prestigious TIME Person of the Year. There’s no doubt that he’s one of the most influential people of 2016.
After a scary year battling the deadly disease all over the world, the courageous Ebola Fighters have been declared ‘TIME’ magazine’s 2014 Person Of The Year.
On Wednesday, Dec. 10, TIME magazine named it’s 2014 pick for Person of the Year. The Ebola Fighters did not just get one cover, but instead there are five different photographs that show nurses, volunteers, and people in hazmat suits fighting to keep others safe from a disease that rocked the world this year.
He was up against Miley Cyrus, Barack Obama, and more big names, but Pope Francis overcame all the odds and was named ‘Time’ magazine’s Person of the Year on Dec. 11. Are you surprised?
The list of nominees for Time magazine’s 2013 Person of the Year was an eclectic mix of world leaders, pop culture icons, buzzworthy names, and human rights activists, and when all the dust settled, Time‘s managing editor Nancy Gibbs revealed that Pope Francis, 76, was the magazine’s choice for the huge honor!
TIME’s person of the year was announced on the ‘Today’ show on Dec. 19, and the magazine shocked everyone when they revealed President Barack Obama earned the top slot for 2012! Were YOU surprised?
TIME has a way of throwing a few surprises our way when it comes to their person of the year, and 2012 was no different! On Dec. 19, TIME’s Managing Editor Rick Stengel revealed that this year’s person of the year was President Barack Obama!
The magazine awards its annual title, not to a celebrity, but to the everyday people who changed the Arab world’s political landscape.
Kate Middleton? Gabby Giffords? Yes, these are some of the people included in TIME‘s list of the year’s most influential people, but when it came to naming its Person of the Year, the magazine’s editors had only one clear choice: “the protestor.” Yes, rather than bestowing the epic title on one singular person, it goes this year to a collection of individuals who changed the world forever.
The Facebook founder, and accidental celebrity, caps off a year that saw his company soar to new heights after being started a mere seven years ago!
At the tender age of 26-years-old Mark Zuckerberg has had a feature film made based on his life, attained a net worth of roughly $6.9 billion and now been named Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year.” As Time explains, “In less than seven years, Zuckerberg wired together a twelfth of humanity into a single network, thereby creating a social entity almost twice as large as the U.S. If Facebook were a country it would be the third largest, behind only China and India.”