Google just released their lists of the most popular searches for 2013. MILEY CYRUS was the most searched person of the year. Here's the Top 10 . . .
1. Miley Cyrus
3. Kim Kardashian
4. Justin Bieber
7. Taylor Swift
8. Selena Gomez
9. Katy Perry
10. Kanye West
Here are more highlights from Google's year-end results:
Most searched breakup: Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth
Most searched death: Paul Walker . . . followed by Nelson Mandela
Most searched wedding: Kerry Washington and Nnamdi Asomugha
Most searched celebrity pregnancy: Kim Kardashian
Most searched movie: "Man of Steel"
Most searched TV show: "Breaking Bad"
Most searched athlete: Accused murderer Aaron Hernandez
Most searched concert: Thirty Seconds to Mars
Most searched song lyrics: "Thrift Shop"
Most searched song: "The Harlem Shake"
(Check out the full list for each category, plus tons more year-end results, at Google.)
A guy who does prank videos on YouTube has a new one, where he sits down next to people (CLICK HERE) at the airport while they're talking on their cell phone. Meanwhile, he's on HIS cell phone, but he starts responding to everything THEY say. It takes most of the people a 10 or 20 seconds to figure out what's going on. But then when they ask what he's doing, he acts like they're interrupting HIS call.
"Iron Man 3" is the top-grossing movie of 2013 so far, but that doesn't make ROBERT DOWNEY JR. the top-grossing ACTOR of the year.
That honor goes to DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON, whose movies "Fast & Furious 6", "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and "Pain & Gain" have earned a combined $1.3 billion.
Downey came in second with $1.2 billion, but that's only for ONE MOVIE. Yes, "Iron Man 3" has earned that much worldwide.
Here's the Top 10 . . .
1. The Rock, $1.3 billion
2. Robert Downey Jr., $1.2 billion
3. Steve Carell, $964 million for "Despicable Me 2", "The Way Way Back" and "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"
4. Vin Diesel, $887 million for "Fast & Furious 6" and "Riddick"
5. Sandra Bullock, $862 million for "Gravity" and "The Heat"
6. Paul Walker, $789 million for "Fast & Furious 6"
7. (tie) Billy Crystal and John Goodman, $743 million for "Monsters University"
9. Chris Hemsworth, $701 million for "Thor: The Dark World" and "Rush"
10. Jennifer Lawrence, $700 million for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"
(You can check out the list in annoying slideshow format here.)
This wasn't totally unexpected: "Family Guy" brought back Brian the Dog last night. Brian was killed off on the November 24 episode, when he got hit by a car. There was an immediate uproar on the Internet.
But last night, Stewie went back in time and saved him. Brian's response was, quote, "Thank you for saving my life. A lot of other families would have just gotten another dog and moved on."
After the episode aired, show creator SETH MACFARLANE Tweeted, quote, "I mean, you didn't really think we'd kill off Brian, did you? Jesus, we'd have to be [effing] high.
"Oh and hey . . . thanks for caring so much about the canine Griffin. He is overcome with gratitude."