Binged hot list: Miranda Kerr, twerking and quinoa

Binged hot list: Miranda Kerr, twerking and quinoa

Miranda Kerr doesn't need rumours of a fling with James Packer to keep her top of mind with the model named the most ‘binged’ Australian celebrity for the third year running.

The former Victoria’s Secret Angel and ex of Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom was Australia’s most searched celebrity of the year.

Despite it being an election year the model came ahead of other local ‘celebrities’ Kevin Rudd, Tony Abbot and Julia Gillard. Shane Warne came fifth on the list.

While Kerr may have more pull than our newly elected leader she lost out overall to twerking starlet, Miley Cyrus.

Cyrus was the most searched celebrity on Bing locally and in Canada.

“Miley also made ‘twerking’ one of the most searched words for 2013, thanks to all those Australians who binged a definition of this new ‘verb’,” the Bing release said.

She was also one of the country’s most search ‘news stories’ with ‘Miley Cyrus Twerking’ coming in at number four.

Check out everything else Australians searched for in 2013:

Most Binged Australian Celebrities 2013:

  1. Miranda Kerr
  2. Kevin Rudd
  3. Tony Abbot
  4. Julia Gillard
  5. Shane Warne


Most Binged Internet Trends and Hashtag Language 2013:

  1. Lol
  2. Twerking
  3. Fml
  4. Yolo
  5. Omg


Most Binged News Stories 2013:

  1. Royal Baby Born
  2. Boston Marathon Bombing
  3. NSW Fires
  4. Miley Cyrus Twerking
  5. Spanish Train Crash


Most Searched TV Shows 2013

  1. Big Brother
  2. Game of Thrones
  3. Breaking Bad
  4.  X Factor
  5. The Voice


Most Binged Sports Teams 2013:

  1. Sydney Swans
  2. Hawthorn Hawks
  3. Fremantle Dockers
  4. Parramatta Eels
  5. South Sydney Rabbitohs


Most Binged Dating Applications/Sites 2013:

  1. Plenty of Fish
  2. Zoosk
  3. eHarmony
  4. Blendr
  5. Tinder


Most Binged Fitness & Foodie Fads 2013:

  1. Quinoa
  2. Cross fit
  3. Protein balls
  4. Green Smoothie
  5. Squat Challenge


Most Searched Songs 2013

  1. Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines
  2. Katy Perry – Roar
  3. Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball
  4. Lorde – Royals
  5.  Lady Gaga – Applause

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