Bing has released its most popular searches for 2016. The site offered multiple “Top Searched” lists, ranking everything from the most searched celebrities and tech trends to the top searched viral moments and web creators.
What Bing didn’t offer was a list of the most searched terms overall — so, while we know what the most searched animated TV show on Bing was in 2016 (“The Simpsons”), no data was given on the site’s most popular search term.
Here are a few of the lists Bing shared.
For the most searched celebrities on Bing, Lady Gaga ranked No. 1, followed by former teen couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
iPhone 7 was the most searched tech trend on Bing in 2016. Tesla made it into the list of most searched tech trends twice — ranking No. 2 and No. 10. Snapchat’s Spectacles also made it into the top 10.
“Ryder Cup Heckler” was the most searched viral moment on Bing, a list that also included “Harambe the gorilla” and “Pokèmon Go.”
Bing ranked the top searched web creators as well (a list made up of YouTube’s top personalities), with video gamers DanTDM and Jacksepticeye at the top of the list, followed by Dude Perfect.
In addition to celebrities, tech trends, viral moments and web creators, Bing also ranked the:
You can find Bing’s full list of top searches for the year at: Bing — Discover 2016’s most searched stories.
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