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Monday, December 02, 2013
2013 Top Global Searches On Bing


Looking back on 2013, billions of searches on Bing from around the world reveal it was a year of American songs, superhero movies, Facebook love, high-end designer brands, controversial sports stars, European getaways and fierce women.

Bing search trends, found at http://www.BingTrends.com, indicate what has most captivated people around the world in 2013, and this year the trend report includes search data from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S.

Ladies appeared to rule 2013, since a woman was the most-searched person of the year in eight of the 12 participating countries around the world - Beyoncé reigned in the U.S., while Miley Cyrus’ highly publicized twerking made her the top-searched person in both Australia and Canada. Former flames Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were the most-searched people in the U.K. and Germany, respectively. Actress and actors Bruna Marquezine, Wen Zhang and Salman Khan were the most-searched people in Brazil, China and India, while singers Rihanna and David Bisbal ranked at the top for France and Spain, and gorgeous TV personalities Danmitsu and Belen Rodriguez were favorites in Japan and Italy.

With an amazing Super Bowl performance - including a reunion with Destiny’s Child - as well as a successful world tour and famous family, Beyoncé captivated Americans this year and was the most-searched person on Bing in the U.S. She earned not only the title of most-searched person, but the most-searched musician nod as well. Fellow musician Rihanna also came out near the top for 2013, earning both the No. 3 spot as most-searched person and No. 2 for most-searched musician. Newcomers to the top 10 this year include Amanda Bynes at No. 8, Madonna at No. 5 and President Barack Obama at No. 10. Taylor Swift’s busy year in the public eye helped her make the biggest jump in rankings, going from No. 10 in 2012 to No. 4 this year:

Most-searched people in the U.S.

Rank

2013

2012

1

Beyoncé Knowles

Kim Kardashian

2

Kim Kardashian

Justin Bieber

3

Rihanna

Miley Cyrus

4

Taylor Swift

Rihanna

5

Madonna

Lindsay Lohan

6

Justin Bieber

Katy Perry

7

Nicki Minaj

Selena Gomez

8

Amanda Bynes

Jennifer Aniston

9

Miley Cyrus

Nicki Minaj

10

Barack Obama

Taylor Swift

 

Most-searched movies

  1. “Iron Man 3”
  2. “Fast & Furious 6”
  3. “Despicable Me 2”
  4. “The Conjuring”
  5. “The Wolverine”
  6. “2 Guns”
  7. “The Great Gatsby”
  8. “Oz: The Great and Powerful”
  9. “Snitch”
  10. “Man of Steel”

Most-searched sports stars

  1. Tim Tebow
  2. Lindsey Vonn
  3. Tiger Woods
  4. Kevin Ware
  5. Ray Lewis
  6. Lebron James
  7. Danica Patrick
  8. Dwight Howard
  9. Derek Jeter
  10. Maria Sharapova




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