iHeartRadio Survey Reveals Funniest Woman in America + Best Disney Song Ever
July 24, 2014

Ellen DeGeneres topped the list of funniest women in America, beating out Tina Fey and Melissa McCarthy, who came in second and third. Kristen Wiig surprisingly came in last with only 4% of votes. You might recall that Ellen was crowned the “most likeable woman in Hollywood” in 2013 by iHeartRadio listeners, beating out Jennifer Lawrence at the time.

And despite the current obsession with Frozen’s “Let it Go,” listeners apparently appreciate the classics, voting Mary Poppins’ “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” the best Disney song of all time. The Lion King’s “The Circle of Life” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” came in second and third, with “Let It Go” taking fourth.

Listeners also said that Beyoncé has the best summer body in the music business.  Lil Wayne came in dead last with just over 1% of the vote.

Here are the complete results:

Who is the funniest woman in America?
Ellen DeGeneres  30.76%
Tina Fey  21.18%
Melissa McCarthy  21.01%
Chelsea Handler  6.20%
Sarah Silverman  6.04%
Amy Schumer  5.39%
Amy Poehler  5.31%
Kristen Wiig  4.11%

Which is the best Disney song of all time?
“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke (Mary Poppins) 17.32%
“The Circle of Life,” Elton John (The Lion King) 15.49%
“Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” Elton John (The Lion King) 11.43%
“Let it Go,” Idina Menzel (Frozen) 11.35%
“A Whole New World,” Peabo Bryson (Aladdin) 11.02%
“Life is a Highway,” Rascal Flatts (Cars) 10.85%
“You’ve Got a Friend in Me,” Randy Newman (Toy Story) 9.86%
“Under the Sea,” Samuel E. Wright (The Little Mermaid) 8.53%
“Be Our Guest,” Jerry Orbach and Angela Lansbury (Beauty and the Beast) 4.14%

Who has the best summer body in music?
Beyoncé  27.30%
J.Lo  23.00%
Gwen Stefani 18.52%
Usher   9.82%
Jake Owen 9.56%
Miley Cyrus 7.32%
Flo Rida  3.27%
Lil Wayne 1.21%




 
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