Every year, Google releases various lists of “Top 10 Most-Googled”. Whether it be the most-searched television shows, movies, athletes, actors, or events, Google has tracked all of the data and compiled it into an easily consumable list.
During 2018, Lindsey Vonn competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, where she won the bronze medal in women’s downhill.
Naomi Osaka, just 21-years-old, defeated Serena Williams in the 2018 US Open final, albeit somewhat controversially.
Demi Lovato suffered an overdose in August 2018.
Cardi B had as busy of a year as one can, as she got married to Migos’ Offset, released her wildly successful debut studio album Invasion of Privacy, got pregnant, had a baby, and then got divorced. A busy year indeed.
Who is Allison Mack, exactly? Well, that’s a great question, because before 2018, she was a little-known actress who appeared on shows such as Smallville and Wilfred. However, that’s not why she was one of the most searched women of 2018.
No, the reason that Mack seemingly came out of nowhere to become one of the most-Googled women in the world is because (drum roll please) … sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy in relation to her role in the NXIVM organization, a reported cult. Talk about a bizarre comeback story.
While she was already one of the most famous women on Instagram, Baldwin became one of the most-Googled women on Earth in 2018, likely thanks to her shotgun marriage to international pop star Justin Bieber.
No matter how you feel about Stormy Daniels, you have to give her credit for somehow turning her 15-minutes-of-fame into about 45-minutes.
Despite being the least attractive of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Khloe was actually somehow the most searched. Just goes to show that the internet is a weird, weird place.
All she had to do was keep her mouth shut and she could have been the latest beneficiary of Hollywood’s never-ending reboot cycle and cashed her weekly Roseanne checks, but instead, she decided to tweet out some racist drivel.