J-14 Staff Picks: 2011 Breakout Stars

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As the new year rolls in, the J-14 editors are predicting who they think will rule the celeb world in 2011. Here are our picks:

Burnham "Give 'Catch Me if You Can' one listen and you'll know what I mean." --Editor-in-Chief Rachel Chang

Chris Colfer "He is absolutely amazing on Glee. Now that he's nominated for Golden Globe and SAG awards, people are finally seeing what I've known all along. And he couldn't be more sweet, genuine, and appreciative in real life. I can't wait to see what 2011 has in store for my favorite gleek!" --Associate Editor Kim Messina

Jaden Smith "He's already been in the spotlight this year for The Karate Kid and collaborating with Justin Bieber on 'Never Say Never,' but something tells me this is only the beginning for the little man. He's comes from a well known family that is full of talent and I feel like he will really sky rocket to top, right next to his buddy Justin in 2011." --Photo Assistant Katelyn Mullen

Dianna Agron "She's awesome on Glee, though sometimes overshadowed. Viewers will really fall in love with her in I Am Number Four this February, kicking off the start of her reign as queen of 2011!" --Editorial Assistant Rachel Sheehan

Gregg Sulkin "Cute British accent? Check. Adorable smile? Check. Majorly talented? Double check! I've been cheering for Gregg ever since he first appeared on Wizards of Waverly Place as Alex's werewolf love interest, Mason Greyback. And now that he's starred in Avalon High, become a regular on season four of Wizards, and filmed an indie flick, I think Gregg's well on his way to breaking out as the Rob Pattinson of 2011." --Editorial Assistant Ashley Spencer

Who do you think will be a breakout star in 2011?

Photo: Courtesy of Ashley Spencer

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