Surprise, surprise! Meghan Markle was the most Googled person in 2018

Surprise, surprise! Meghan Markle was the most Googled person in 2018

Surprise, surprise! Meghan Markle was the most Googled person in 2018

Google today released its data on search trends in 2018.

Google's flagship feature, its search engine, is an immensely useful tool and is used by pretty much every person in the world who is on the internet. The team reached the semi-finals of the tournament. Celebrity deaths also received a ton of interest: Avicii was the second most popular search globally, followed by Mac Miller and Stan Lee. It has been found that football pipped cricket in the overall search listing in the country - with questions around FIFA surpassed the queries around the IPL events.

Others who trended in Kenya were Citizen TV's Jackie Maribe who together with her boyfriend Joseph Irungu were both arrested in connection to the killing of 28-year-old Nairobi businesswoman Monica Nyawira Kimani. The Winter Olympic Games captured spot number two, with the Humboldt Broncos taking third. The World Cup also topped the list of news events, followed by Hurricane Florence, the Mega Millions results, the Royal Wedding, the election results, Hurricane Michael, and Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation. From asking Google how to make love, how to kiss and what is love at the very top. That honour went to the World Cup.

This is what the world searched for on Google in 2018

Man using Google search. The top people searched for were Meghan Markle, Demi Lovato, Sylvester Stallone, Logan Paul, and Khloe Kardashian.

"If you look at the trending personalities, number one on the list was the ex-president Jacob Zuma".

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