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It's no secret that the world caught Bieber fever in 2011. Teen pop star Justin Bieber was the most searched person of the year on Bing.com, knocking out Kim Kardashian for the coveted top spot.
Search engine Bing announced on Monday its "most searched" lists for 2011, which includes celebrities, tech products, TV shows and news stories.
Kim Kardashian didn't fall too far behind Bieber. Kardashian dropped to second place, still ahead of Jennifer Aniston (third) and Lindsay Lohan (fourth). Jennifer Lopez soared to the fifth-most searched person this year after not even making the top 50 in 2010.
The Middleton sisters (of Royal Wedding fame) also received a lot of search attention in 2011, thanks to Kate Middleton's marriage to Prince William in April — Kate came in at number 12, Pippa at 21. Although the royal wedding was the most-searched celebrity event of the year, Prince William didn't even make the top 100 list. President Barack Obama also took a hit, placing 49th on the list, down from fifth place in 2010.
The high-profile trial of Casey Anthony was the top searched news story of the year, followed by the death of Osama bin Laden, Hurricane Irene, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the death of musician Amy Winehouse, respectively.
Tech gadgets also brought in a lot of searches this year. Microsoft's Xbox was the most searched consumer electronics product of the year. Speculations about the iPhone 5 came in fourth.
Surprisingly, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol edged The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part One for the most searched movie in 2011. The Jersey Shore was the third most popular reality TV show, ranking behind American Idol (one) and Dancing with the Stars (two). Snooki was the most searched cast member of the Jersey Shore, receiving twice as many searches as the runner-up J-Woww and six times as many as DJ Pauly D.
The most searched viral video of the year was "Friday" by Rebecca Black.
Would you have ranked anyone higher? Any conspicuous omissions? Let us know in the comments.