The 2015 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records hits shelves next week. Yesterday the annual reference book announced a number of familiar names that made the list. Shakira Jennifer Lawrence and Katy Perry are among those to earn a shiny new accolade. While hit movies like Frozen and The Wolf of Wall Street also made the list for two very different reasons.
Take a look at the list below to see who broke the Guinness World Records for 2015!
The Wolf of Wall Street: The movie with the most expletives in it. The film has a total of 687 curse words which rounds out to 3.81 expletives per minute.
Shakira: Most "liked" person on Facebook with 103 million "likes."
Frozen: The highest box office gross for an animated film ever with $1.113 billion worldwide.
Jennifer Lawrence: The highest-grossing action-movie heroine after the first two Hunger Games movies grossed over $1.5 billionworldwide.
Hunger Games Catching Fire: The highest-grossing postapocalyptic movie earning $848 million worldwide.
Katy Perry: Musician with the most Twitter followers with a total of 56.5 million.
One Direction: The first musical act to have three albums ("Up All Night" "Take Me Home" and "Midnight Memories") debut at No. 1 on the Billboard charts in the United States.
Miley Cyrus: The "most searched-for pop star" on the Internet.
Game of Thrones: is the most pirated show. The average times each episode has been illegally downloaded is 5.6 million.
Saturday Night Live: The most Primetime Emmy wins two of which have gone to Jimmy Fallon for outstanding guest actor in a comedy series. The show is up to a total of 45 wins.
Metallica: Thanks to their "Freeze ‘Em All" show in Antarctica the band is the first rock band to perform on all seven continents.
Robert Downey Jr.: The fastest person to reach one million followers on Twitter. He currently has a whopping 2.5 million followers.
Eminem: The rapper has the "wordiest hit single" with 2013’s "Rap God." The song has a total of 1560 words.
Vin Diesel: The single item on Facebook with the most "likes." His picture with Paul Walker following the actor’s death has 6.8 million "likes."