Miss Cyrus takes the number six spot, coming in under Justin Bieber at number four, but ahead of Lady Gaga (11) and President Obama (17).
The mag obviously sees success and influence as very different things. We're not sure we're sold on that logic - but it makes for interesting reading.
GQ said Miley was on the list for, "basically trying every inane strategy she could think of to rile up America's few remaining pearl clutchers."
That means an uptight and conservative person to you and me.
They added, "what's sad is that it totally worked."
Hmmm. Anyone else note the irony in mocking people for giving Miley Cyrus publicity and in doing so, piggy backing off her notoriety to get your own publicity?
Oh, and here's Miley's butt hanging out on the cover of Italian GQ. Just FYI.
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