Beyonce Dethroned as Most Searched Celebrity on Bing This Year
Article by George Norman
On 03 Dec 2014
Since the year is quickly coming to a close, it is the perfect time for Microsoft to present the Top Searches on Bing this 2014. In the US, the most searched celebrity was Kim Kardashian, the most searched musician was Beyoncé, and the most searched movie was Frozen.



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Back in 2013, Beyoncé took the top spot in Bing’s end-of-the-year top of most searched celebrities. Kim Kardashian came in 2nd and Rihanna in 3rd.

Things have changed this year. In 2014, Kim Kardashian took the top spot in Bing’s end-of-the-year top of most searched celebrities. Beyoncé came in second and Miley Cyrus in 3rd.

Still, Beyoncé keeps the top spot in the most searched musicians category, which is nice.

Here’s a look at some Top Bing US searches for 2014.

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched People
  • Kim Kardashian
  • Beyoncé Knowles
  • Miley Cyrus

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Musicians
  • Beyoncé Knowles
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Katy Perry

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Athletes
  • LeBron James
  • Michael Jordan
  • Lamar Odom

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Politicians
  • Barack Obama
  • Hillary Clinton
  • Chris Christie

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Celebrity Births
  • Eva Mendez and Ryan Gosling
  • Jenelle Evans and Nathan Griffith
  • Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched TV Shows
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Dancing with the Stars
  • Pawn Stars

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Movies
  • Frozen
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Bing US 2014 – Most Searched Strange News
  • $10 million yacht sinks at launch
  • Nun gives birth
  • Teen has 232 teeth removed

Bing US 2014 – Top Searches for People We Lost
  • Robin Williams
  • Joan Rivers
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman

Bing US 2014 – Top Searches for Unusual Discoveries
  • Couple finds $19 million in buried gold coins
  • Mystery crater in Siberia
  • NASA rover finds “thigh bone” on Mars

Bing US 2014 – Top Searches for Vacation Destinations
  • Costa Rica
  • Hawaii
  • Puerto Rico

The full report that presents Bing’s top US and top searches from around the world (UK, Germany, France, Canada, Australia, India, Spain, Italy, Japan and Brazil) is available at BingTrends.com.

Yahoo! also took a look back at the top searches of 2014. The most searched celebrity on Yahoo! is not Kim Kardashian, it is Jennifer Lawrence.




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