Disney is known for producing the brightest and most talented individuals in the business. Before Ryan Gosling became the hottest man alive, the hunk started off as a singer for the Mickey Mouse Club. Though Gosling may have been in Disney for a while, Ryan isn't part of the top ten pop stars of the iconic mouse. Who are they then?
A web tabloid in the UK rounded up Disney's most successful stars and ranked them. Surprisingly, the results are not quite what some may expect. At number ten is current Disney star, Bridgit Mendler. Bridgit stars in the Disney original series, "Good Luck Charlie: and had released her album "Hello My Name Is..." late last year. Mendler's hit single "Ready or Not" peaked at number 49 on the Billboard Hot 100.
At number nine is "High School Musical" star, Ashley Tisdale. Tisdale first broke into the Disney scene in "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" but her first big break came as Sharpay in "High School Musical" alongside Vanessa Hudgens.
Coming in at number eight is Lindsay Lohan. Even with Lohan's fall from grace, Lindsay still has a few fans ready to support her especially with her current car accident issue - once again. Following close to Lohan is Demi Lovato. The "X-Factor" judge ranks in at number seven.
Lovato's former BFF, Selena Gomez pushes through at number six. In 2009, Gomez's' album "Kiss & Tell" smashed into the US Top Ten. Selena's chart positions have been rapidly improving along with her film and television career. Apart from that, the other issue keeping Selena Gomez in the limelight was her relationship with ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber.
In at number five is "Lizzie McGuire" star, Hilary Duff who obviously lived a better and more successful life than Lindsay Lohan. An unexpected number four on the list is Miley Cyrus who raked in a whole lot of cash all thanks to "Hannah Montana." The Nashville native continues to rake in the dough with her 2009 album, "Party in the USA."
Christina Aguilera comes in at number three and is followed at number two by Justin Timberlake. Of course, the number one Disney pop star would be none other than Britney Spears. Despite being rejected by group bands, Spears made it into the scene as a solo artist selling over 30 million copies with her debut album, "Baby One More Time."