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Guinness Book of World Records 2015 to be star studded

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MUMBAI: The Guinness Book of Records 2015 has announced a new list of personalities who broke and created new records this year and it appears to be filled with names of prominent musicians.

Metallica, Eminem, One Direction and Miley Cyrus are among the musicians who have found their way into Guinness World Records 2015 which will be published next week.

Eminem earned the honour for the ?most words in a hit single? with his song Rap God, which has him rapping 1,560 words in six minutes nine second. Eminem's rapping skill has been applauded by the Guinness Book of World Records for the first time.

The band ?One Direction? was recognised for being the ?First act to debut at No. 1 with first three albums? on the standard-bearing American chart. Their album Midnight Memories debuted at top position last year following the chart-topping successes of Up All Night and Take Me Home in 2012.

While Miley Cyrus has been chosen for being ?the most searched-for Pop Star on the Internet in a year,? Shakira is officially the ?Most liked person on Facebook?. Shakira reached 100 million likes in July on Facebook also making her the ?First person to reach 100 million likes on Facebook? and star singer Katy Perry boasts the most Twitter followers in the world, with a count of more than 56 million.

Thanks to their ?Freeze ?Em All? show in Antarctica, Metallica became the first and only band to ?perform a concert on each of the Earth?s seven continents?.

The band set the record after they entertained 120 scientists and competition winners in a transparent dome at Carlini Station in Antarctica in December 2013.

Among the television and film records listed in the book, the popular movie Frozen has also found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records as the ?highest box-office earning for an animated movie?, HBO show Game of Throne is now officially the most copiously pirated show on television. Each episode of the show has been recorded to be downloaded at an average of 5.9 million times. The last show of the recently concluded season alone was downloaded 1 million times.

The DiCaprio-Scorcese movie The Wolf of Wall Street makes record for ?Most swearing in one film?. The movie has at least 687 expletives at an average of 3.81 swear words per minute.

Guinness World Records 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the book and will be available on stands from 9 September.

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