Every month, a certain celebrity is searched for 30.4 million times through Google, and it’s not even a porn star. To put that into comparison, every 30 days, Michael Jackson racks up 13.6 million searches, while George Clooney gets a measly 1.5 million. Psh, he’s barely famous. Here’s a hint: he’s the, ugh, swaggiest of bros.
According to Film Industry Network:
It’s official: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are the most powerful celebrities online with a combined audience of 50 million global search terms a month.
What does that mean exactly? On average, every month the global search volume for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez is 50.6 million. While Justin Bieber gets 30.4 million global searches a month, Selena Gomez gets just over 20 million. (Via)
Well, that’s a shame. An expected shame, but a shame nonetheless. (FYI: if you Google “justin bieber,” you get over 611 million results; do the same for “the beatles” and you get 116 million.) I also would have thought that UPROXX readers alone would have put Kate Upton or Alison Brie in the top-10. That should be our goal for 2013. Take THAT, Obama. Here’s the full list, which doesn’t include Kim Kardashian, who’s more “celebrity” than celebrity, I guess:
Justin Bieber : 30,4 million
Selena Gomez : 20.4 million
Lady Gaga : 16.6 million
Barack Obama : 15.43 million
Michael Jackson : 13.6 million
Eminem : 11.1 million
Madonna: 11.1 million
Angelina Jolie: 5 million
Kristen Stewart: 4.09 million
Brad Pitt: 2.74 million
George Clooney : 1.5 million (Via)
I hear the Jonas Brothers are HUGE on Bing.