People can spend years trying to make a name for themselves in "The Guinness Books of World Records", but for celebrities, sometimes it just happens with time!

Recently, a handful of our favorite celebs have set records that have put them in the World Record book, including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Adele.  Check out the list below to find out what your fave star won, and who else achieved greatness!:

Adele - The British singer came out of nowhere in the U.S. this year and can now say she has broken not one, not two, but three WORLD records.  She is the first female to have two singles & two albums in the United Kingdom's top five at the same time, her album 21 is the first album in the U.K. to ever sell 3 million copies in one calendar year, and she has had the most consecutive weeks with a number 1 album for a solo female in the U.K.

Justin Bieber - Got the record for "Most Popular Video of Any Kind Online" for his video Baby, which nabbed 463,820,304 as of Februrary.

Adele at VMA's; Justin Bieber at Teen Choice Awards

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Lady Gaga- The Mother Monster set the record for Most Twitter Followers (she has over 13 million)!  She also got the record for Most Weeks on the U.S. Digital Hot Songs Chart for her song Poker Face, which was on the chart for 83 weeks! Of course, Gaga is no stranger to the Book of Records, as last year she took the record for Most Consecutive Weeks on a U.K. chart and Most Searched Person on the Internet.

Rihanna- She became the first female to have #1 singles in the U.K in five consecutive years.  This record is so monumental, in fact, that only Elvis and The Beatles have had more #1 U.K. singles in consecutive years.  Hmm...better put out some songs in the next few consecutive years, RiRi!

Willow Smith - The daughter of two stars found herself in the record books for being the Youngest Transatlantic Top 20 Artist.  Her single Whip My Hair came out when she was just 10 years old.

Other celebs that made the book include the Black Eyed Peas, J.K. Rowling, Glee, Lil Wayne and U2.

What do you think of these records!?  Are some a bit too obscure?

Photos Courtesy of: Fame Pictures