Comedian Amy Schumer, who made the list, didn't waste the opportunity, pranking Kanye and Kim on the red carpet with a prat fall as they posed for photos. Kim seemed slightly amused, but Kanye wasn't impressed at all.
The magazine released six covers including one for West, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and Hollywood heartthrob Bradley Cooper.
SNL creator Lorne Michaels was honored. He couldn’t decide which one of his cast members made a better Hillary Clinton Amy Poehler or Kate McKinnon.
He told INSIDE EDITION, “Kate is great but so is Amy.”
Many on the list are relative unknowns like ballerina Misty Copeland, who was also featured on one of the covers.
Filmmaker George Lucas didn't make the cut, but his wife businesswoman Melody Hobson did.
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“I never made the list, I’m glad someone in the family did,” Lucas said.
The magazine is on newsstands now.