For the second year in a row, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg tops tops Vanity Fair‘s New Establishment List, which is a roundup of “the top 50 of an innovative new breed of buccaneering visionaries, engineering prodigies, and entrepreneurs,” says the mag. And smack at #9 is the tally’s top woman — and the youngest person, male or female — to appear on the list: Lady Gaga.
Vanity Fair notes that the inclusion of young MTV VMA winner Gaga is “not a surprise for someone whose fans managed to crash Amazon’s servers in their desperation to download her third album.”
Beyonce’s babydaddy Jay-Z shows up at #21, thanks to his Roc Nation empire. And way down at #50, “You And I” singer Gaga’s springtime SNL partner in comedy Justin Timerblake is the only other pop star to make the New Establishment List.