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Beyonce Is Crowned Bing’s Most Searched Person Of 2013 In The U.S.

Submitted by on December 4, 2013 – 1:41 pmNo Comment

Beyonce runs the world (wide web).

The 32-year-old international pop superstar topped Bing’s list of the most-searched celebrities in the U.S. during 2013. The honor is most likely a combination of her highly-publicized Pepsi halftime show at the 2013 Super Bowl, the  lip-synching scandal caused by her performance of the National Anthem at the 2013 Presidential Inauguration, and her sold out Mrs. Carter World Tour.

King Bey dethrones Kanye West‘s main attraction Kim Kardashian, who was the most searched star in 2012 (ironically, Beyonce failed to make the top ten in 2012). The rest of the list reads like a who’s who of pop divas with Rihanna (No. 3), Taylor Swift (No. 4), Madonna (No. 5), and Miley Cyrus (No. 9) all scoring high spots on the list. Placing at lucky number seven, Nicki Minaj is the only rapper, male or female, to make the top ten with Justin Bieber (No. 6) and Barack Obama being the only men to make the top 10. That left one spot for Amanda Bynes (No. 8), who sadly made the list for all of her recent trouble with the law.

“The top-searched lists are a result of the billions of searches that took place on Bing throughout the year,” a Bing spokesman tells Pop & Hiss. “Bing analyzes all of the searches to see what Bing users searched for most throughout the year, and then it is broken down into different categories for most searched person overall, band/artists, songs, movies, athletes, etc.”

For more on which celebrities, sports teams, reality television stars, movies, songs, and fashion designers were most searched for in 2013, visit Bing.com.

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