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Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lawrence on Forbes’ ’30 under 30′

Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lawrence on <em>Forbes’</em> ’30 under 30′

'30 UNDER 30:' Jennifer Lawrence is among the stars to make the list. Photo: Associated Press

Miley Cyrus and actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Olivia Wilde are among the celebrities who have made Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 list for 2014.

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The young women join Anna Kendrick, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift among the year’s “brightest stars” who are “changing the world.”

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Editors at the magazine chose 450 people under the age of 30 for the list.

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