Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Lindsay Lohan

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It's not hard to come to the conclusion that Justin Bieber is overexposed. 

Whether he's posting (and then deleting) sexy dance videos with ex-Selena Gomez on Instagram, comparing himself to Michael Jackson post-DUI arrest or simply having his mugshot plastered on the pages of every tabloid, it seems that the 20-year-old pop star is always making headlines. And not always in a positive manner. 

Which is why the "Beauty and a Beat" singer has landed himself the No. 1 spot on the list of Forbes' most overexposed celebrities, which ranks more than 6,600 bold-faced stars based on 46 attributes through public opinion polling. And according to Forbes, 67 percent of the respondents believed the Biebs is overexposed (perhaps he should retire for a bit?) 

Kim Kardashian, Oscars


But not every famous face on the list is exposing themselves through DUIs and eyebrow-raising depositions, Kim Kardashian comes in at No. 2, thanks to starring on the hit show Keeping Up With the Kardashians for nine seasons and maintaining constant contact with her loyal fans. 

As for No. 3? 

That would be Lindsay Lohan, whose exposure has increased as of late thanks to her self-titled reality show on OWN. Lindsay debuted on Sunday and failed to bring in big ratings, although the promo was pretty entertaining, considering Oprah Winfrey told the troubled actress to "cut the bulls--t."

Miley Cyrus, Bangerz Tour

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No surprise, the No. 4 slot belongs to none other than the twerking queen Miley Cyrus, who has been the talk of the tabloids since her much-buzzed about performance at the MTV Video Music Awards with Robin Thicke in August. 

Oh, and in case you haven't peeped her on stage antics during her Bangerz tour, trust us, it's a must see. 

And rounding out the top five is little miss Honey Boo Boo, who hasn't been receiving too much media buzz in recent months, although she shot to stardom when her TLC reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo premiered in August 2012, which centers on her wild family. 

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