Who run the world? Girls.
Angelina Jolie (No. 37), Shakira (No. 52) and Gisele Bündchen (No. 95) are also featured on this year's list, not for their beauty or Tinseltown success, but for their efforts with the United Nations. Sofia Vergara, who co-owns LatinWE came in at No. 38, suggesting a new kind of celebrity role model as women in Hollywood continue to make an impact worldwide.
The highly coveted No. 1 spot went to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has made the list eight times over the past 10 years, seven times at No. 1.
This year's list also saw a rise in female entrepreneurs, particularly in the fashion world. Zara founder Rosalia Mera came in at No. 66, while Tory Burch (No. 69), Diane Von Furstenberg (No. 74), and Miuccia Prada (No. 58) all made the cut for their successful business ventures.
Check out the full list here to see all 100 lucky ladies.
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