Bing’s Most Searched People in 2011
Justin Bieber whacked Kim Kardashian off her throne as most searched person. The top SIX most searched people in 2010 down this year’s list: Sandra Bullock, Jesse James, Michael Jackson, Tiger Woods, Barack Obama, and Kate Gosselin.
Starter to the list involve Jennifer Lopez, who didn’t break the top 50 last year, but she found herself in fifth this time vicinity Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox, and Miley Cyrus also made the top 10 In Sports searches, the most searched stars were:
- Maria Sharapova
- Tiger Woods
- Serena Williams (sorry, Venus)
- Brett Favre
- Caroline Wozniacki
The most searched Musicians are.
- Justin Bieber
- Katy Perry
- Jennifer Lopez
- Britney Spears
- Lady Gaga
- Selena Gomez
- Nicki Minaj
- Taylor Swift
Top News Events in 2011
The 2011 top news story searches which natural disasters, legal trials, and deaths seizure the notice of the American masses:
- Casey Anthony trial
- Osama bin Laden death
- Hurricane Irene
- Japan Earthquake/Tsunami
- Amy Winehouse death
- Joplin tornado
- Michael Jackson trial/Conrad Murray
- 9/11 10 year anniversary
- Republican Candidates - Herman Cain, Rick Perry
- Haiti anniversary
Most Searched Destinations and Consumer Electronics in 2011
Here are the most searched consumer electronics:
- iPhone 5
- iPad 2
- Windows Phone 7
- Macbook Pro
More Top Searches: Suri Cruise, Rebecca Black, the YMCA, Bankruptcy
Rebecca Black’s “Friday” video took top spot as the most searched viral video of 2011
Not astonishingly, “bankruptcy” and “selling a home” were the most searched economic terms of 2011.
The Royal Wedding was by far the most several celebrity event of 2011, however, Kate Middleton stole much of her new hubby’s thunder. She was 12th on the ample searched people list, but Prince William didn’t even crack the top 100. Seek for the real Royal Wedding outnumbered Kim Kardashian’s fake one by four to one.
Other categories wrapped in Bing’s 2011 top searches lists include Several Searched Movies (“Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”), Morning Shows (“Today Show”), Daytime Talk Shows (Wendy Williams), Late Night Shows (Chelsea Handler), Reality TV Shows ("American Idol"), and regular old TV Shows (also “American Idol”). Noticeably absent categories, topics, or terms in a year dominated by celebrity and material obsession: Books, Employment, Education, and Being a Better Person.