Could Kim Davis' 15 minutes of fame finally be over?
The results are in from Time Magazine's reader poll and defiant Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will not be the long-running weekly publication's Person of the Year.
Davis, placed 55th in a field of 60 nominees. Among those scoring higher than Davis are Kim Kardashian West, Vladimir Putin and triple crown-winning racehorse American Pharaoh. Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush were among the five nominees who actually scored lower than Davis' 0.6 percent.
Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders took top honors with readers.
Davis' defeat comes in spite of the efforts of the anti-gay hate group Liberty Counsel, who emailed its followers last week to drum up support and get out the vote for the fashion-challenged civil servant.
"Who more than Kim Davis has influenced the news in the past year?" wrote Liberty Counsel. "Kim Davis inspired a nation and the world to fight for religious liberty when she chose a prison cell rather than sacrificing her conscience."
Time's editors announced Monday the shortlist of candidates for 2015's Person of the Year. That list includes: ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, Black Lives Matter activists, Caitlyn Jenner, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin, Irani president Hassan Rouhani and Donald Trump.
The 2015 Person of the Year will be unveiled on the "TODAY Show" Wednesday morning.