Female celebs top search list

Getty Images file photoBeyonce was the No. 1 most-searched celebrity

The top five most-searched celebrities of the year were all female, ET Online reports. The statistics were published by Bing and include Madonna at No. 5, Taylor Swift at No. 4, Rihanna at No. 3 and Kim Kardashian at No. 2. The No. 1 most-searched female was Beyoncé.

Strangely, Miley Cyrus didn't make the list, which is odd considering the ridiculous lengths she took to try and earn our gaze. Sadly, that lil' twerker only made No. 9.

Rounding out the rest of the list are Justin Bieber at No. 6, Nicki Minaj at No. 7, Amanda Bynes at No. 8 and President Barack Obama at No. 10.

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