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Google top search trends 2018: From Black Panther to bitcoin to Stormy Daniels

Google has revealed what people in the UK have been searching for in 2018, with the publication of its annual ‘Year in Search’ results.

Meghan Markle, who topped the list last year, was knocked off her perch by the World Cup but still managed to be the second-most searched term in 2018.

Her marriage to Prince Harry, together with the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, helped 'Royal Wedding’ reach third on the overall list.

Several other celebrities like Stormy Daniels and Ant McPartlin also appeared on the lists, which covered a wide range of categories including top trending 'How to…?’ and 'What is…?’ queries.

Privacy scandals helped 'How to delete Facebook?’ become one of the most-asked questions using Google, while the dramatic rise and fall in cryptocurrency prices helped drive searches for 'What is bitcoin?’.

Google Search trends act as a cultural barometer, revealing what news, sports and events captured the nation’s interest over the last year, with the world’s most popular search engine turning 20 this year.

“The 2018 Year in Search lists give us an insight into the things that captured the nation’s attention over the past 12 months – from major moments in news, sports and entertainment, through to the latest dance craze,” said Kristin Wright, a Google Search Trends expert.

“Twenty years after its launch, Google Search continues to evolve as people look for information in new and different ways, but our focus remains the same – to make the world’s information accessible and useful to everyone.”

UK Top Trending Queries

  1. World Cup
  2. Meghan Markle
  3. Royal Wedding
  4. Black Panther
  5. Roxanne Pallett
  6. Fortnite
  7. Demi Lovato
  8. Ant McPartlin
  9. A Star Is Born
  10. Khloe Kardashian

UK Top Trending ‘How To…?’ Queries

  1. How to watch Fury vs. Wilder?
  2. How to floss dance?
  3. How to watch the Champions League final?
  4. How to get the old Snapchat back?
  5. How to delete Instagram?
  6. How to delete Facebook?
  7. How to buy Ripple?
  8. How to bleed radiators?
  9. How to put lights on a Christmas tree?
  10. How to solve a Rubik’s Cube?

UK Top Trending ‘What Is…?’ Queries

  1. What is Bitcoin?
  2. What is GDPR?
  3. What is an ibex?
  4. What is a nerve agent?
  5. What is the Commonwealth?
  6. What is Diwali?
  7. What is upskirting?
  8. What is UEFA Nation’s League?
  9. What is the Brexit deal?
  10. What is Vero?

UK Top Trending People

  1. Meghan Markle
  2. Roxanne Pallett
  3. Demi Lovato
  4. Ant McPartlin
  5. Khloe Kardashian
  6. Alexis Sanchez
  7. Alex Ferguson
  8. Logan Paul
  9. Sylvester Stallone
  10. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

UK Loss List

  1. Avicii
  2. Alfie Evans
  3. Dale Winton
  4. Stephen Hawking
  5. Mac Miller
  6. George Bush
  7. Stan Lee
  8. XXXTentacion
  9. Aretha Franklin
  10. Verne Troyer

UK Top Trending News Events

  1. Royal Wedding
  2. Royal Baby
  3. GDPR
  4. Jeremy Thorpe
  5. Spice Girls
  6. Carillion
  7. Australian flu
  8. Hurricane Florence
  9. Stormy Daniels
  10. iPhone XR

UK Top Trending Sporting Events

  1. The World Cup
  2. Wilder vs Fury
  3. Grand National
  4. Wimbledon
  5. Winter Olympics
  6. Ryder Cup
  7. Commonwealth Games
  8. Super Bowl
  9. Joshua vs. Parker
  10. Cheltenham

UK Top Trending Movies

  1. Black Panther
  2. A Star Is Born
  3. Avengers Infinity War
  4. Deadpool 2
  5. Venom
  6. The Greatest Showman
  7. Bohemian Rhapsody
  8. A Quiet Place
  9. Mamma Mia 2
  10. The Meg

UK Top Trending TV Shows

  1. I’m a Celebrity
  2. Killing Eve
  3. The Bodyguard
  4. Love Island
  5. Celebrity Big Brother
  6. Big Brother
  7. The Cry
  8. Dancing On Ice
  9. The Haunting of Hill House
  10. Hard Sun
The UK's most searched-for topics on Google

I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!, Killing Eve, and Black Panther were the most searched-for entertainment titles by Brits this year, new data from Google has revealed.

The jungle-based reality contest was the most searched for TV show of the year in the UK in 2018, followed by BBC dramas Killing Eve and Bodyguard. 

The football World Cup dominated overall trending searches as England stormed to the semi-finals, followed by the Duchess of Sussex Megan Markle and the term “Royal Wedding”, after the two separate celebrations this year featuring Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie.  

The most popular search for movies was Black Panther, which was also the fourth overall most popular search.

The film, starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Martin Freeman and Daniel Kaluuya, was released in January to great fanfare and took more than $1.3 billion (£1 billion) at the global box office.

Cryptocurrency dominated the news as bitcoin soared and subsequently crashed this year, the company’s trends research shows that users most Googled questions included “what is bitcoin?”. 

Another top question was “what is a nerve agent?”, relating to the Russian orchestrated attack using Novichok in Salisbury.

Meanwhile, “how to floss dance” featured in the top “how to…” searches in the UK.

The most searched-for celebrities included the Duchess of Sussex, who topped the list for a second year in a row, followed by controversial Celebrity Big Brother contestant Roxanne Pallett, who accused a co-start of punching her on set.

Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou released on bail 

The Chinese executive accused of violating US sanctions against Iran has been granted bail while she awaits an extradition hearing to the US following her arrest in Canada. 

Meng Wanzhou, 46, is facing extradition after she was arrested at Vancouver Airport earlier this month. 

Ms Meng, the chief financial officer of the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, has been accused of conspiracy to defraud banks after the company allegedly skirted sanctions on Iran. 

Justice William Ehrcke, who presided over her three day bail hearing in Vancouver set her bail at C$10m (£6m) and placed several other conditions including surrendering her passports and agreeing to remain in British Columbia. 

She must reside in one of her two Vancouver properties between 11pm and 6am, pay for her own security and will be tracked electronically, said the judge. 

Huawei said: “We have every confidence in the Canadian and US legal system will reach a just conclusion”.

The US has until January 8, which is 60 from the date of her arrest, to file a formal extradition request.

Ms Meng will return to court in Vancouver on February 6 for further proceedings.

“The risk of her non-attendance in court (for a future extradition hearing) can be reduced to an acceptable level by imposing the bail conditions proposed by her council,” the judge said.

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