PSY Is 8th on CNN’s “Most Intriguing People of 2012”
Singer PSY took eighth place on CNN’s “Most Intriguing People of 2012” list.
On the December 24, CNN broadcasted the poll results of “This Year’s Most Intriguing People”. Coming in first place was last month’s election winner President Barack Obama. Recently published in “Time Magazine”, President Obama was also selected “Person of the Year.”
Following right behind at second place was Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist whom claimed rights for women’s education while being attacked by the Taliban. Third place was given to American artistic gymnastic Olympic gold medalist, Gabby Douglas.
Presented in sixth ranking was former Director of the American CIA, David Petraeus, who resigned last month due to a scandal. Taking charge in seventh place was former U.S. Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. Next to on the list was PSY at eighth place. “Time Magazine” stated, “Although he managed to take the number spot in the online voting, at the same time, he was unable to surpass President Obama. North Korea’s First National Defense Commission Chairman, Kim Jung Eun, also made it to the top 20 list.