Team MyDaily's hopes are high for 2013. We've already set our sights on the best of the celeb, muso and fash pack to follow, and by the looks of things this year is gonna be a good'un.
With a whole host of young acting talent making names for themselves on the silver screen and trend-setters trying their hands at music-making, it's tricky to keep tabs on the year's must-follow people, but don't fret, we've done the leg work for you. For the cream of the 2013 crop take a look at MyDaily's easy-to-digest and oh-so-fabulous A-Z of the year...
A Is For Arlissa
The 20-year-old South Londoner secured a place on the BBC's Sound Of 2013 longlist in December last year, then she took to the stage on <em>Top Of The Pops </em>NYE special, now she's made it on to our Ones To Watch A-Z. Providing the vocals on a collaboration with hip-hop homeboy Nas, Arlissa has been named “the next Florence Welch” by muso critics.
B Is For Butler
Not Gerard, but Austin of course! The long-term boyf of Vanessa Hudgens and <em>High School Musical</em> veteran can be seen in <em>Sex And The City</em> spinoff <em>The Carrie Diaries</em> this year, and we reckon it won't be long til he hits Hollywood all guns a'blazing... Just look at that chiseled face *swoon*.
C Is For Claflin
Sam Claflin played the part of William alongside Kristen Stewart in <em>Snow White & the Huntsman</em> last year. In 2013 the British dreamboat will take to the big screen again in <em>The Hunger Games</em>’ follow-up <em>Catching Fire</em>.
D Is For Dunham
If you don't know who Lena Dunham is by now then you must have been living under a rock this past year. The creator and star of hit TV series <em>Girls</em> is one cool chica who we're bound to see lots of in 2013.
E Is For Elle
Dakota's little sis Elle Fanning wowed us with her elegant style in 2012, and this year she's set to star on the big screen in a biography of composer Antonio Vivaldi's early life.
F Is For Ferreira
Sky Ferreira FROWed her way through all the Fashion Weeks – including Chanel’s – in September. This singer-songwriter-cum-model-cum-actress (phew, what a mouthful), is gonna be big this year... Trust us!
G Is For Gia
The latest of the famous film-making family to make a name for herself, the grand-daughter of Ford Coppola, Gia is finding her feet making short fashion films for the likes of Zac Posen, Diane von Furstenberg and Rodarte. However, in an interview with <em>NY Mag</em> the ever-so creative Gia confessed to wanting to move away from fashion and turn her hand to writing.
H Is For Hathaway
Okay, so Anne Hathaway isn't exactly the new kid on the block, but she got the whole of Hollywood to sit up and take notice in 2012 and with <em>Les Miserables</em> released in January this year we're sure there will be a lot more from the Hathster to come.
I Is For Israel
Watch out for the young and talented Israel Broussard is set to star as leading man opposite Emma Watson and Leslie Mann in Sofia Coppola’s upcoming film, <em>The Bling Ring</em>.
J Is For Jake
Just one year on for performing on the Introducing Stage at Glastonbury, Jake Bug is set to take the British music scene by storm. Aged just 17, his debut album shot straight to the top of the UK charts with Noel Gallagher among his biggest fans.
K Is For Karin
After her memorable festival appearances at Lovebox and The Great Escape, we've fallen for musician Karin Park. She won a Grammy in her native Scandinavia, <em>and</em> has landed a job as the face of Swarovski this year too!
L Is For Lily
Watch out Miranda Kerr, there’s another Victoria’s Secret girl in town. Lily Aldridge's street style and equally glossy red carpet looks have us weak at the fashion knees, meaning she's one to keep an eye on in 2013.
M Is For Max
Max Irons aka the son of Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack cut his teeth modelling campaigns for the likes of Burberry and Mango. The star of Stephenie Meyer’s 2013 film <em>The Host</em>, alongside Saoirse Ronan and Jack Abel, this seriously smoking dude is all set to carve out a stella movie career.
N Is For Naomie
Bond girl Naomie Harris has had a long movie career, but after her <em>Skyfall</em> appearance we really started to take notice. Set to star in the Nelson Mandela biopic <em>Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom</em> this year, Naomie won't be vanishing from our screens any time soon.
O Is For Olympians
We all caught Olympic fever in 2012 and we want to see more of the sports stars who stole our hearts. We're positive the ultra-chic Jessica Ennis will be sticking around in 2013.
P Is For Pixie
Pixie Geldof has got her finger in another pie this year, a musical flavoured pie to be exact. Despite a dose of criticism in the music biz Pixie's band Violet's first offerings have been pretty impressive... When you've got Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw for a bessie mate things are bound to go well. Festivals, watch out!
Q Is For Quirky Crushes
We've been harbouring a crush on Joseph Gordon-Levitt for quite a few years now, and it seems that the rest of the planet has <em>finally</em> caught on. Watch out for <em>Don Jon’s Addiction</em>, which JHL has written, directed and starred in.
R Is For Rebel
<em>Bridesmaids</em> swept Rebel to fame and she's currently starring alongside Anna Kendrick in <em>Pitch Perfect</em>. Now she’s set to star alongside Marky Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson in <em>Pain & Gain</em>. Rebel's also found time to write and star in a TV show. <em>Super Fun Night,</em> which airs in the US this year.
S Is For Sarafyn
Angela Sarafyn is the Armenian actress who played Egyptian vampire Tia in <em>Breaking Dawn: Part II</em>. Set to star in no less than six blockbusters in 2013, this green-eyed beauty is one to look out for.
T Is For Tom
Best known for playing the title role in <em>Billy Elliot the Musical</em> at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London Tom Holland hit the silver screen in <em>The Impossible</em>, this young actor is also set to star in <em>How I Live Now</em> this year.
U Is For Unique
The bold and oh-so original pop duo AlunaGeorge, aren't afraid of straying off music's beaten track. After being shortlisted for both the Brits Critics' Choice award and the BBC's Sound of 2013 poll, these two are an electro force to be reckoned with, so keep your eyes peeled.
V Is For Vanessa
British stage actress, Vanessa Kirby, made her way on to our screens as Estella in the 2011 BBC adaptation of<em> Great Expectations</em>. She's not set to see her blockbuster debut until 2014, but we're positive she won't stay quiet for 2013.
W Is For Wang
As his namesake fashion house went from strength to strength Alexander Wang was given the style keys to Balenciaga and was named the brand's Creative Director last year. If that wasn't enough, he also was listed as one of <em>Forbes</em>' 30 Under 30 In Art & Style. Now if that doesn't make you one to watch then we don't know what does...
X Is For X Factor
After being crowned <em>X Factor</em> winner in December 2012, we've got high hopes for James Arthur. His first single was the fastest selling track of 2012, and broke iTunes records in the UK.
Y Is For Young Talent
12-year old actress Willow Shields hit the big screens as Primrose Everdeen in The Hunger Games she’s set to star in the Hunger Games franchise until 2015.
Z Is For Zooey
Zooey Deschanel is another actress, who's not so new on the scene. She captured MyDaily's heart in the Christmas flick <em>Elf</em> back in 2003 - a love affair that is still yet to fade. She made our list of <a href="http://www.mydaily.co.uk/2013/01/02/best-instagram-accounts-to-follow-2013_n_2396939.html?utm_hp_ref=mydaily"target="_hplink">Top 20 Instagrammers to follow this year</a>, but keep an eye on her altogether... Her red carpet looks are always killer.