The most searched person on Google in 2023 is a NFL star

The most searched person on Google in 2023 is a NFL star

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December 11th, 2023

Your Google search history for 2023 has arrived.

Damar Hamlin was the most searched for person on Google this year. Hamlin, a safety for the NFL's Buffalo Bills, suffered a near-fatal heart collapse on the field during a game in January

Actually, the entire globe. On Monday, the California-based internet behemoth unveiled its "Year in Search," a compilation of the year's top global inquiries, spanning from indelible pop culture moments (hi, Barbenheimer) to the death of famous people and heartbreaking news with global ramifications.

According to Google's worldwide statistics, the ongoing Israel Hamas conflict led news trends in 2023, followed by questions about the Titanic bound submarine that exploded in June, as well as February's terrible earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.

Damar Hamlin was the most searched for person on Google this year.  Following him was actor Jeremy Renner, who survived a horrific snowplow accident at the start of 2023. Meanwhile, among renowned people who died, the late Matthew Perry and Tina Turner dominated search trends.

This year, Barbie led Google search's movie trends.

This year, "Barbie" led Google search movie trends, followed by Barbenheimer co-pilot "Oppenheimer" and Indian thriller "Jawan." In 2023, the top three trending TV series were "The Last of Us," "Wednesday," and "Ginny and Georgia."

Yoasobi's " (Idol)" was the #1 trending song on Google. Following that was Jason Aldean's "Try That In A Small Town," which rose to the top of the charts following controversy this summer, and Shakira and Bizarrap's "Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53."

Many customers spent 2023 searching for Taylor Swift tickets.

That's only the tip of the iceberg in terms of Google's worldwide search trends for 2023. Bibimbap was the most popular recipe. The new home of Argentine soccer ace Lionel Messi, Inter Miami CF, tops Google's sports teams trends. And in the United States, many people spent 2023 wondering why eggs, Taylor Swift tickets, and sriracha bottles were so pricey - while "rizz" (just crowned Oxford's word of the year) was a contender for popular slang definition inquiries.

More data, including country-specific lists and trends from previous years, may be found in Google's "Year in Search" database. According to the business, it gathered its 2023 search results from January 1 to November 27 of this year.

Google isn't the only company to provide annual data as 2023 comes to a close - and you've certainly seen other lists reviewing online behavior this year, from dictionary lookups to music streaming. Wikipedia, for example, posted its year-end list of most-viewed items last week, with its page about ChatGPT leading the pack.

Google also revealed top search statistics "of all time" across numerous particular categories to commemorate the search engine's 25th birthday. Since 2004 (when the company's trends data was first made public internationally), Beyoncé has been the most-Googled Grammy winner of all time, while Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is the most-searched athlete, and the most-searched movie or TV cast is “Harry Potter.”

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