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These talented young'uns have been tipped to do great things in 2016 by Forbes. Check out who made the list.
Can you believe Sam Smith is only just 24-yeras-old?! The singer-songwriter released his debut album 'The Lonely Hour' just two years ago back in 2014. Since then he's gone from strength to strength and picked up almost every award going. Not to mention penning and singing the title track for the latest James Bond movie 'Spectre'. The musician cites the late great Amy Winehouse and the fabulous Adele as two of his key influences.
A size 14 who wears a 36 triple-D bra, plus-size model, Ashley landed five magazine covers in the last year plus a bikini ad in the 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. "I've had success in breaking the mold in the fashion industry," she says. She credits "my hot body. It sounds a little misogynistic, but I also think that it's great because I have a body that the average-size American woman has. And I'm using it to let other women know that you are beautiful." Picture: Getty
As the new male lead in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," John Boyega should get used to seeing his likeness on action figures and lunch boxes: His first major-studio movie is also expected to be one of the highest-grossing films in history. His part in the $200 million film could define his career just as prior installments did for Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher. Photo: Getty
Dakota Johnson's blockbuster breakout, 'Fifty Shades of Grey', whipped up a box office frenzy: it grossed $570 million worldwide on a $40 million budget. The Texas-born first hit the big screen age 10 in 1999's 'Crazy in Alabama', which co-starred her mother, Melanie Griffith. She had bit parts in 'The Social Network' and '21 Jump Street' before landing the lead in Fox sitcom 'Ben and Kate'.
Matt McGorry started out as a body builder, but since 2011, he has been building TV credits instead. He has regular roles in two of televisions most popular shows: 'Orange Is the New Black' and 'How to Get Away with Murder.' He is also racking up fans, speaking out on social issues from the importance of #BlackLivesMatter to gender equality. Picture: PA
This 23-year-old Londoner is the new hero of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'. The role is one of a lifetime for the young actor, who has only held bit parts in British TV shows such as 'Casualty' and 'Toast of London' to date. Photo: Getty
Known for her roles in 'Atonement' and 'The Lovely Bones', Saoirse Ronan has set critics fluttering with 'Brooklyn', which many expect will earn her a second Oscar nomination. The Irish-born Ronan makes her Broadway debut as Abigail Williams in 'The Crucible' in 2016.
The Swedish ballet-dancer-turned-actor mesmerized as the humanoid robot Ava in 'Ex Machina', for which she earned one of her two Golden Globe nominations. With a lead in Oscar favourite 'The Danish Girl', she's definitely one to watch. Picture: PA
The Canadian crooner has a massive online fan base and is signed to a major-label record deal. Mendes' break came courtesy of Vine, where he gained millions of followers singing six-second covers of pop songs. Andrew Gertler, who founded the management company AG Artists and also appears on this year's Under 30 list, recognized his talent, became his manager and got him a deal with Island Records.
This pop princess started out in the Disney Club, holding the starring role for six years on the Disney Channel's popular 'Wizards of Waverly Place'. After releasing her debut solo record in 2013, Selena returned to the charts with the single 'Good for You' and second album 'Revival' in 2015. She's sold over 22 million singles to date! Picture: InStyle
Demi Lovato also started out on the Disney Channel in the 2008 film 'Camp Rock'. That year, her debut album, 'Don't Forget' debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Picture: PA
Born in Florida, Jason started out his career ghost writing for other singers and then he broke through with his own song 'Whatcha Say' in 2009. Since then, he's notched 14 top hits, including 'Talk Dirty', 'Wiggle' and 2015's 'Want To Want Me.' Picture: Jason Derulo Instagram