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Tuesday, December 06, 2016
Yahoo's 2016 Top Searched Celebrities, News Stories, Fashion Trends, and More

Yahoo has announced its annual 2016 Year in Review report, which offers a detailed look into what intrigued the minds of millions of users worldwide throughout the year.

2016 saw the Olympics in Rio, new celeb feuds and unexpected splits, street style taking over the designer runways, Damn Daniel! and his white kicks?all capped with a seemingly endless election cycle. Based on interactions with Yahoo , Polyvore, Flickr and Tumblr , here is what captivated the world.

Election Drama and Global Atrocities Dominated Our News Feeds

It's no surprise that the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and President-elect Donald Trump, were the most searched frontrunners this year. Women also dominated the list with six out of the 10 spots filled with the likes of Gwen Stefani, Jodie Sweetin, Megyn Kelly and the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. Kim Kardashian-West took the year off from "Breaking the Internet," which allowed Khloe, for the first time ever, to beat her sister as most-popular Kardashian on Yahoo . After being on the market for nearly a decade, the ever-popular role-play game, Roblox, also made an appearance on this year's most searched list.

The news stories that grabbed headlines and secured the most page views from Yahoo readers this year reflect 2016's political landscape, as well as the tragedies and natural disasters that unfolded across the globe.

Top Searches on Yahoo Top News Stories on Yahoo News
1. 2016 Election 1. Election Day
2. Donald Trump 2. Prince's Death
3. Roblox 3. Massacre at Pulse Nightclub
4. Gwen Stefani 4. Deadly Attack in Istanbul
5. 2016 Olympics 5. Hurricane Matthew
6. Khloe Kardashian 6. Baton Rouge Police Shooting
7. Megyn Kelly 7. EgyptAir Flight 804 Debris Located
8. Jodie Sweetin 8. Trump Protests
9. Kim Kardashian-West 9. Clinton Emails
10. Hillary Clinton 10. Presidential Debates

Athleisure, Celeb Feuds and Superheroes Distract Us from the Real World

Polyvore's global community of fashionistas saw athleisure reigning supreme with style staples like Adidas Superstars, Nike Air Max Theas and bomber jackets gracing the top 10 list once again. Formalwear wasn't just left on the red carpet with tulle skirts, cape dresses and gatsby dresses making appearances.

Move over Brangelina. Arguably this year's most notable split comes from the music world, with Blake Shelton's former and current leading ladies, Gwen Stefani and Miranda Lambert making Yahoo's top celebrity list. Not to be outdone, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, and exes Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez showcase just how buzzy celeb feuds were throughout 2016.

Top Fashion Must-Haves, According to Polyvore

Top Celebrities, According to Yahoo

1. adidas Superstar

1. Gwen Stefani
2. Nike Air Max Thea 2. Khloe Kardashian
3. Tulle Skirt 3. Jodie Sweetin
4. Bomber Jacket 4. Kim Kardashian-West
5. Cape Dress 5. Justin Bieber
6. Off Shoulder Tops 6. Taylor Swift
7. Clear Heels 7. Katy Perry
8. Gatsby Dress 8. Miranda Lambert
9. High Neck Swimwear 9. Selena Gomez
10. Faux Fur Coat 10. Gigi Hadid

2016 saw the loss of two music industry revolutionaries, David Bowie and Prince, who both made our top music artists list at No. 1 and 3 respectively. Britney Spears and Lady Gaga both hit the list following the release of their first albums in three years. No music list would be complete without Queen Bey, who rounded out Yahoo's top musicians of the year.

It was clear movie-lovers needed a superhero to get them through 2016; X-Men, Batman, Superman and Captain America graced both the silver screen and the Top Movies list. Other blockbusters on the list included Sci-Fi flicks like Ghostbusters and Suicide Squad.

Top Music Artists, According to Yahoo Music

Top Movies, According to Yahoo Movies

1. David Bowie 1. X-Men: Apocalypse
2. Taylor Swift 2. Batman v. Superman
3. Prince 3. Ghostbusters
4. Kanye West

4. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

5. Tim McGraw 5. Suicide Squad
6. Lady Gaga 6. Captain America: Civil War
7. Britney Spears 7. Alice Through the Looking Glass
8. Randy Travis 8. Jason Bourne
9. Trent Harmon 9. Deadpool
10. Beyonce

10. The Magnificent Seven

It was a busy year for sports stars. Olympic headlines reached top spots including an old, misinterpreted photo of gymnast Shawn Johnson, the crowd's disapproval of Hope Solo, and the men's USA basketball team's visit to a Brazilian brothel. The tragic losses of boxing legend, Muhammad Ali and young MLB star, Jose Fernandez, also made the top sports moments list.

Top Sports Stories, According to Yahoo Sports

1. Shawn Johnson Explains Iconic Olympic Picture
2. Judo Medalist, Dirk Van Tichelt, Attacked While Celebrating Win
3. Jose Fernandez's Boating Accident and Death
4. Olympic Crowds Boo Hope Solo
5. Padres Infielder, Yangervis Solarte, Wife's Death
6. Michael Jordan Speaks Out on Police Shootings

7. USA Basketball Team Visits a Rio Brothel

8. Muhammad Ali Passes Away at Age 74
9. Kevin Durant Joins the Warriors
10. Ronda Rousey's Notable Loss

As the world came to expect, the highly anticipated unveiling of Apple's iPhone 7 and 7 Plus was the top highlight on Yahoo Finance this year. The ever-evolving tech industry saw shakeups, controversies and innovation throughout the year, which pushed Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Tesla and Alibaba on to this year's buzziest companies list.

Top Companies, According to Yahoo Finance

1. Apple

2. Facebook

3. Twitter
4. Bank of America
5. Amazon
6. Tesla
7. Alibaba
8. Valeant Pharmaceuticals
9. Ford
10. Wells Fargo

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