TIME's 2010 Person Of The Year: Who Will It Be? (PREDICT)

12/14/2010 05:24 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

TIME Magazine will announce the 2010 Person of the Year as chosen by TIME's editors Wednesday morning on the TODAY Show. Though WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange won the readers' choice vote with 382,024 votes, he won't necessarily be crowned Person of the Year.

Assange beat out second-place Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who received 233,639 votes in the online poll. Lady Gaga came in third.

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