Amy Schumer tops list of 'Most Dangerous Celebrities'

Amy Schumer has another "title" she can add to her already long list of achievements.

The comedian was named the "Most Dangerous Celebrity" in the 2016 edition of McAfee's annual list. Other celebrities that join her on the distinguished list include Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Will Smith.

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The list, published by Intel Security, reveals which stars deliver the most dangerous search results and expose internet users to the most malware. In other words, don't Google these celebs!

By topping the list this year, Schumer became the "first female comedian to take the No. 1 spot on McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrities study."

Last year's list, which was topped by DJ Armin Van Buuren, included Luke Bryan, Usher and Britney Spears, all of whom avoided the top 10 of this year's roundup.

Check out the full 2016 list below:

'Most Dangerous Celebrities' 2016
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'Most Dangerous Celebrities' 2016

1. Amy Schumer

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2. Justin Bieber

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3. Carson Daly

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4. Will Smith

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5. Rihanna

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6. Miley Cyrus

(Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

7. Chris Hardwick

(Photo by Allen Berezovsky/FilmMagic)

8. Daniel Tosh

Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBCU Photo Bank

9. Selena Gomez

(Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage)

10. Kesha

(Photo by Donald Kravitz/Getty Images)


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