Move over Hermione...there's a new number one supernatural ingénue in town. Or terrorizing the Internet, at least.
Lily Collins, the fast-rising young actress who starred in last month's "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," has taken the crown from Emma Watson to be named 2013's "Most Dangerous Celebrity" by malware software developer McAfee.
We're not sure this is necessarily something to be proud of (although it does seem to be some sort of barometer of popularity). According to McAfee, the daughter of '80s rocker Phil Collins was bestowed this distinction due to how she "quickly rose to fame as a talented actress, teenage journalist, and Hollywood trendsetter."
McAfee researched pop culture's most famous people to reveal the riskiest celebrity athletes, musicians, politicians, comedians, and Hollywood stars on the web. When you search for pictures and downloads of Lily Collins you have about a 14.5 percent chance of landing on a page that tested positive for spam, adware, spyware, viruses, or other malware.
We reached out to Lily's rep and the actress is declining to comment on this dubious distinction.
So, who else made the list?
Avril Lavigne, who has a new album due this fall, took the runner-up slot, with Sandra Bullock rounding out the Top 3. Kathy Griffin was next, followed by Zoe Saldana, Katy Perry, and Britney Spears.
Jon Hamm is the only man in the Top 10, sitting in 8th place. Rounding out the Top 10 are supermodel Adriana Lima and actress Emma Roberts.
Watson, last year's top finisher who had a hot film around this time of year with "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," didn't even make this year's list.
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