Top Searches of 2013 According to Bing

What were the Most Popular Searches of 2013?

Top Searches of 2013

This year brought in billions of Bing searches. Searchers wanted details on everything from the top movies to controversial sports stars. Yearly search trends give us insight on what has captured the attention of people all over the world. According to Bing the top searches include search data from the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, France, China, Canada, Australia, and Brazil.

A wide range of movies were released this year. Everything from sci-fi to dramas topped the searches. The number one movie searched in 2013 was the much anticipated “Iron Man 3″ film. The animated film “Despicable Me 2″ was the sequel to “Despicable Me” and came in at number three in the searches for movies. The remake of the original film starring Robert Redford, “The Great Gatsby” was a big blockbuster hit and made the number seven spot. Number ten on Bing’s search list is “Man of Steel.”

Tim Tebow was the number one most searched sports star for 2013. His unapologetic outwardly expressed religious beliefs coupled with a year of struggling to find his place in the NFL, secured him the top spot. Tiger Woods followed at number two and Lindsey Vonn took the number three search spot. Derek Jeter and Maria Sharapova take ninth and tenth place respectively. Kevin Ware, Danica Patrick, and Dwight Howard also were among the top ten.

The most searched people in the world included Miley Cyrus and teen sensation Justin Bieber. Miley was 2013’s most searched person in Australia and Canada while Justin Bieber was the most searched in the United Kingdom and Germany. Brazil, China, and India’s most searched people were Bruna Marquezine, Wen Zhang, and Salman Khan. Both Rihana and David Bisbal made the top searched list for Spain and France. Rounding out the world’s most searched people are Danmitsu and Belen Rodriguez for Japan and Italy.

The United States’ number one most search person for 2013 had an exciting year. She made an unforgettable appearance at the Super Bowl, reuniting with her former singing group during her performance. Her incredible year helped her beat out last year’s most searched person and knock her down to the number two spot. Beyonce Knowles is this year’s most searched person and most searched musician.

Kim Kardashian made the number one spot in 2012, but was respectfully beat out by Beyonce this year and took the number two spot. Lindsay Lohan (who made the top ten list last year) can breathe a sigh of relief. Her quiet time spent to herself this year gave Amanda Bynes the opening to make the list for her troubled antics. Amanda Bynes made Bing’s top ten list at number eight after a very public breakdown on the social network, Twitter.

Taylor Swift narrowly made last year’s list at number ten, yet made the leap to the number four most searched person in the year 2013. She had a busy year with her “Red” album release and tour. Her singles topped the charts and her dating life seemed to take a backseat due to her busy schedule. She finished up her successful year by adding to her American Music Awards award collection where she won Artist of the Year.

Miley Cyrus, coming in at number nine and Justin Bieber, coming in at number six,  gave us jaw dropping moments throughout 2013. Miley left her long haired southern style in the dust and went all out with short, shorter, and shortest haircuts that kept shocking fans. In addition, Miley went bleach blond, made twerking a new “thing” and gave a number of attention grabbing performances. While Miley transformed her image, Justin gave international performances and left his innocent image behind causing trouble for himself along the way.

2013 was an exciting searchable year. Only time will tell what next year will bring and who and what will grab our interest.


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