The odds of success are ever in their favor.

Such stars as Jennifer Lawrence, Beyonce, and pregnant Kate Middleton have been named by Time magazine as one of the world's 100 most influential people on its annual list.

The list includes luminaries in the arts, politics, business, and science.

Also making the cut this year are The Voice judge Christina Aguilera, Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston, and Justin Timberlake.

As is the custom, each celeb on the list has a laudatory blurb written about them by another celeb.

Jennifer Lawrence's description was written by Oscar winner Jodie Foster, who praises J-Law for being a "hoot" and a "gem with a killer stare." That stare certainly comes in handy when she fighting people to the death as Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games films.

Girls star and creator Lena Dunham made the cut this year, as did Lincoln director Steven Spielberg, sitcom star Mindy Kaling, and President Obama.

And Justin Bieber might not have made it, but Beliebers can take solace in knowing that his manager Scooter Braun did. So we suppose that's close enough, right?

Congrats to all the honorees! We would definitely spin our chair around for all of you.

Source: Time