What’s a Scaramouche? “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Demi Lovato Among Most Googled in 2018

The Royal Wedding was THIS year!?

Google just released its annual “Year in Search” data, and people were wondering if this is real life or if it’s just fantasy.

According to the company, Demi Lovato was the most-searched-for person in the U.S. in 2018, besting Meghan Markle and Brett Kavanaugh. The pop star was also the most searched for musician ahead of Ariana Grande and Cardi B. Earlier this year, the Lovato made headlines when she entered rehab after a reported drug overdose.

As for song searches, Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” topped the list thanks to the new biopic of the same name.
 

Since its release in November, Bohemian Rhapsody has become the top-grossing biopic and the highest-grossing film with LGBTQ themes or characters earning $174M at the box office to date, according to Box Office Mojo.

The full lists of top search results are available at Google.com/2018, and be sure to watch the tear-inducing video below.
 

Lamar Dawson is a pop culture junkie and pop diva addict living in Manhattan. Follow him on everything @dirrtykingofpop.
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