TIME came out with its most 100 influential people around the world Wednesday, picking everybody from celebrities to politicians and world dignitaries.
Kanye West (Boundary Breaker), Bradley Cooper (The cinematic chameleon), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (The high Court's counterweight), Misty Houston and Jorge Ramos (America's news anchor).
These five appear on the cover of five different versions of the magazine; each magazine includes the other cover.
"In our annual TIME 100 issue, we tell 100 stories of individual influence," editor Nancy Gibbs said. "But taken together, these stories are an anthem to interaction, the convergence that occurs when you harmonize a good idea. The technology that connects us also connects our worlds, of art and science and business and politics."
On the political side, the list includes: Barack Obama, Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, David and Charles Koch, Bob Corker, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elizabeth Warren and Mitch McConnell. Writers featured are Kirsten Gillibrand, John Boehner, Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton, Antonin Scalia, Lamar Alexander, John Lewis, Louise Slaughter and Barack Obama.
40 women are included in 2015's list, including Susan Wojcicki, Laverne Cox, Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, Abby Wambach, Samantha Power, Mellody Hobson, Diane von Furstenberg, Marie Kondo and Marine Le Pen.
Malala Yousafzai, 17, is the youngest person on the list (for the third year). The oldest person is 88-year-old Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi.
Hear Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her own words: