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Nick Jonas and Lil Wayne Make Details' Annual 'Power 40' List

November 26, 2008 (2:26 am) GMT
Nick Jonas is listed at No. 24 in Details' annual list of "The Power 40", whereas Lil Wayne is ranked 29th.

Becoming famous as one piece of the , has been included in Details magazine's annual list of "The Power 40." The 16-year-old boy, who serves as singer and guitarist of the boy band that he established alongside his brothers and , is ranked 24th in the prestigious list.

Also making the list, which comprises of everyone from soldier to actor to pastor, is . He secures the 29th spot in the list. Details calls the rap artist "Crossover Kid" and credits the success of his sixth studio album "", which sold more than 1 million copies in its first week on the market.

Beside them two, there is also actor who makes the list at No. 7 and is called the "Leading Man" by Details. Concerning his newly attached predicate, he is featured on the cover of the publication's "The Power Issue", which goes on sale next Tuesday, December 2.

Meanwhile, singer is counted among "The Power 40" too. The so-called "Press Whore" nabs the 11th spot. The No. 1 spot in list is secured by president-elect Barack Obama's secret service agents, whereas its very last spot is claimed by Thomas Beatie, a trans-gender man who chose to become pregnant because his wife was infertile. The full list of "The Power 40" is on Details' official website.


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