Google has released their year in search data and Demi Lovato has edged out Meghan Markle, Brett Kavanaugh, Logan Paul, and even the Kardashians to top the most googled person of 2018.
The trending data examines Google searches that experienced a higher spike in traffic when compared to the same time period in 2017. Lovato made headlines in 2018 when she reportedly suffered a scary drug overdose in July.
After a hospital stay, Demi moved into rehab for about three months. In November she returned to social media, posting an inspiring photo on Election Day filling out her ballot, encouraging fans to get out and vote, and letting us know she was most likely out of rehab.
According to the data released by tech giants “Year in Search” today (Dec. 12), other music acts who were the most googled in 2018 include Eminem ranked sixth, while Ariana Grande, Rick Ross and Cardi B came in eight, ninth and 10th respectively.
Other top searches across the board this year include the World Cup, Hurricane Florence, Mac Miller, Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain, Mega Millions, election results, and Khloé Kardashian (yes, above Kim!)
For weddings, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra’s nuptials ranked second overall, following just the royal wedding. And, in sadder news, Mac Miller topped the lost of death-related searches, while Aretha Franklin came in fifth, XXXTentacion in sixth and Avicii in
The full lists of search trends are available at Google.com/2018 and see the music and entertainment-related searches below.