According to a new poll by Billboard.com, BRITNEY SPEARS is Music's Sexiest Woman. By a LANDSLIDE. Britney came away with 45% of the vote . . . followed by LADY GAGA with only 12%.
Here's the Top 10, which accounts for a little over 90% of the vote:
#1.) Britney Spears, 45%
#2.) Lady Gaga, 12%
#3.) Beyonce, 8%
#4.) Rihanna, 6%
#5.) Katy Perry, 5%
#6.) Demi Lovato, 3.89%
#7.) Madonna, 3.75%
#8.) Jennifer Lopez, 3%
#9.) Nicki Minaj, 1.89%
#10.) Taylor Swift, 1.84%
For Music's Sexiest Men, the voting was a lot closer. ADAM LAMBERT "only" got 26% of the vote, while second-place finisher ADAM LEVINE had 12%. (--That's a gap of 14%, as opposed to 33% for the ladies.)
Here's the Top 10, which accounts for a little over 87% of the vote:
#1.) Adam Lambert, 26%
#2.) Adam Levine, 12%
#3.) Justin Bieber, 10%
#4.) Enrique Iglesias, 9.75%
#5.) Bill Kaulitz from Tokio Hotel, 8%
#6.) Bruno Mars, 5.9%
#7.) Jon Bon Jovi, 5.8%
#8.) Chris Brown, 5%
#9.) Usher, 3%
#10.) Drake, 2%
What Salary Makes You a Success? Most People Say It's Less Than $70,000A survey by CareerBuilder found that you don't need to make a LOT of money to be a success.
More than half of Americans said that the salary level they considered a career success was LESS than $70,000.
28% of people said that a success was making between $50,000 and $70,000 . . . and 23% said that you could be a success at less than $50,000.
Only one in 10 people said that you needed to make $150,000 to be a success. Men were twice as likely as women to say that you needed to make at least six figures. One in three men said you needed to make $100,000.
Most people think that they're a success . . . or at least close to it. 23% of people are already at the salary level they thought defined success, and 45% are close to it.