“These Are The 9 Most Searched Celebrity Homes On Google - HarpersBazaarArabia” plus 3 more

“These Are The 9 Most Searched Celebrity Homes On Google - HarpersBazaarArabia” plus 3 more

These Are The 9 Most Searched Celebrity Homes On Google - HarpersBazaarArabia

Posted: 10 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDT

As we spend more time at home than ever before (which is clearly starting to feel like the new norm) we've become very interested in the interiors of other people's homes – mainly celebrities, of course.

Whether you're searching for inspiration for your next décor revamp or are just killing time while in isolation, it's only natural to be a little curious about what goes on inside your favourite A-Lister's home.

A recent report by Rated People analysed data to discover which celebrity's houses we're Googling the most – and the list might be a little surprising.
While it won't shock anyone that Kim Kardashian's house is the most Googled in the world (168,000 searches a year), sports stars Tom Brady and Lionel Messi also make the list.

Bazaar has rounded nine of the most Googled celebrity homes here – including those of online influencers, actors, musicians, TV presenters, entrepreneurs and sports stars – so you can have a little nose yourself.

Kim Kardashian

This reality tv star and entrepreneur has a beautiful home with her husband, Kanye West, located in Hidden Hills, Los Angeles. The décor is white, cream and grey throughout the entire house with the off wooden accent, giving the above serious minimalistic vibes. The house also has an open-plan kitchen, dining and living room.

Kylie Jenner

The beauty mogul has recently purchased a seven bedroom and 14 bathroom house in Holmbly Hills, Los Angeles. It was reported to cost $36.5 million [Approx Dhs 134 million] and comes complete with a chef's kitchen, games room, sports court, home cinema and an outdoor projection screen. 

Will Smith

The well-known American actor and rapper resides in Calabasas, California in a $42 million [Approx Dhs 154 million] mansion that boasts a basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, an outdoor pool and its very own lake.

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Elon Musk

The engineer and tech entrepreneur was said to live in Bel Air, Los Angeles, but recently tweeted that he would be 'selling almost all physical possessions' and 'will own no house.'

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The Swedish YouTuber is one of the most famous creators on the video-sharing platform, where he's renowned for uploading gaming content. He currently lives in Brighton, England but is said to have also recently purchased a second home in Japan.

Lionel Messi

The Argentinian footballer who plays for the FC Barcelona lives in a large Mediterranean style estate in Barcelona. The home was extended after the player purchased an adjacent villa to incorporate a small football pitch on his estate.

Tom Brady 

The American quarterback currently lives in a rented house in Tampa Bay, Florida that has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an entertainment room and billiards room that wraps around a pool.

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Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Sell Their Boston Estate For $39.5M. The sprawling Richard Landry-designed mansion comes complete with its own spa and guest house featuring a yoga studio. Fresh off a renewed contract with the New England Patriots, Tom Brady and his model wife, Gisele Bündchen, say farewell to their old home and begin the search for another. Built in 2015 by architect Richard Landry, in collaboration with interior designer Joan Behnke, the couple's current Brookline, Massachusetts, residence is now on the market. Located just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, the home sits on over five acres adjacent to the ninth hole of the The Country Club, which takes its name from the fact that it is the oldest country club in the United States. Credit @dwellmagazine Listing courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty . . . . . .

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Ellen DeGeneres

This American TV show host is currently presenting from her house in California. Her home boasts five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a cabana (that includes a gym), a two-bedroom guesthouse and an incredible view that would never get old, thanks to the property's hilltop location.

Ed Sheeran

The UK singer-songwriter has purchased an entire estate in the village he grew up in: Framlingham, UK. He also has a second residence in London, where he shot the music video for 'Put It All On Me.'

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Top Google searches of the decade: Disney Plus, World Cup, and more - Business Insider - Business Insider

Posted: 23 Dec 2019 01:28 PM PST

  • Google has shared the top 10 trending searches from each year of the past decade.
  • Google puts out an annual list of the search terms that saw spikes in traffic for a sustained period during the year.
  • It also recently announced the top searches of 2019, and "Disney Plus" topped the list. 
  • Since 2010, Google's top searches lists have included celebrity deaths, major news events, and key moments in pop culture.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

As 2019 — and another decade — comes to a close, Google has shared the top trending searches of the past 10 years.

These are the people, places, things, and news events that saw the biggest spikes in traffic for a continuous period of time compared to the previous year, providing a glimpse into the topics that dominated the public interest over the past decade.

The 2010s brought the tragic deaths of celebrities like Whitney Houston, Robin Williams, and Paul Walker, major news events included Hurricane Irma and the trial of Casey Anthony, and two FIFA World Cups. Nearly every year, a hurricane dominated the search terms.

Here's a look back at the top 10 trending Google searches from each year of the past decade.

June 26: the sun and Pluto gain attention on Google Search - Yahoo News

Posted: 26 Jun 2020 02:16 AM PDT

Ford's new F-150 pickup draws attention in Google Search.

On a regular basis, Google compiles a list of which science and technology topics are being queried the most by US users in its dedicated Search engine. Over the past 24 hours, Ford's new F-150 pickup, Instagram's Reels and NASA space news were among the most searched science and technology topics.

Over the past 24 hours, Ford's new F-150 pickup and its new tech garnered the most attention in Google Search's trending science and technology topics. 

Ford F-150

On Thursday, Ford revealed the latest version of the full-size F-150 pick-up, which the company describes as the "toughest, most productive," and "most powerful" F-150 yet. The light-duty truck gains a handful of tools to enhance customer productivity, a series of technological improvements including over-the-air updates, and an all-new hybrid power option comes with an integrated power generator.

Instagram • TikTok Facebook Social media

Late last year, Instagram released a TikTok-inspired feature called "Reels." This gives users the tools to record and edit 15-second videos which can be put to music, giving everyone the opportunity to go viral. Reels launched in France and Germany this week after being exclusively available in Brazil for a few months.

Sun • NASA • Solar Dynamics Observatory

On Wednesday, NASA published a time lapse of the sun. The approximately 10-minute long video captures the evolution of the sun over 10 years, with every second being a day.

Pluto • Dwarf planet • Ocean • Surface • New Horizons • Natural satellite

Earlier this week, a study was published in "Nature Geoscience" describing the possibility that Pluto could have had a hot, instead of cold, start during which an ocean formed beneath the surface implying that life could have been, or be, inside the planet. In fact, this conclusion suggests that "early oceans may have been common in the interiors of large Kuiper belt objects."

These are the most searched for celebrity homes online - The Scotsman

Posted: 01 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDT

Monday, 1st June 2020, 9:36 am

Updated Monday, 1st June 2020, 9:36 am

The home of Kim Kardashian attracts most online searches across the world, but in the UK, the Katie Price abode is more popular than that of the American star.

The most googled house of all in the UK, with 46,800 annual searches, is Ed Sheeran's.

Analysis of data showed there are 168,000 searches a year launched on Google for Kim Kardashian's house, with the top ten home searches being those of online influencers, actors, musicians, TV presenters, entrepreneurs and sports stars.

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Whether searches are carried out for interior design inspiration, or for a bit of a nosey to kill some time, many of us love to peek inside the houses of the rich and famous.

Alongside film stars, TV presenters and footballers, the homes of two YouTubers and one Instagrammer also make the top list.

The data revealed that PewDiePie's house is the most searched for influencer property, and cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch's home attracts as many searches as make-up entrepreneur Kylie Jenner's (10,800 times annually).

Beauty influencer Jeffree Star also makes the list with 9,600 annual searches for his house.

The UK's "Most Searched For Celebrity Homes" are ...

Ed Sheeran 46,800Katie Price 38,400Kim Kardashian 14,400Holly Willoughby 12,000PewDiePie 12,000Lionel Messi 11,400Kylie Jenner 10,800Mrs Hinch 10,800Will Smith 9,600Jeffree Star 9,600Ellen DeGeneres 7,200Wayne Rooney 7,200Eminem 6,600Elon Musk 5,400David Beckham 5,400

Global data study results show Kim Kardashian's house is the most Googled. The Los Angeles home she shares with Kanye West and their four children is luxurious but minimalist, featuring regularly on her social media channels.

Kim's youngest sister Kylie's home comes in at joint second along with actor and musician Will Smith's.

The only British person whose home makes the global top ten is Ed Sheeran, who has built an entire estate in Suffolk where he grew up.

When it comes to sports stars, footballer Lionel Messi's and American football quarterback Tom Brady's homes make the top ten, and gaming vlogger PewDiePie and beauty guru Jeffree Star are the only Youtubers to make the list.

The world's most searched for celebrity homes are ...

Kim Kardashian 168,000Kylie Jenner 115,200Will Smith 115,200Elon Musk 105,600PewDiePie 99,600Lionel Messi 98,400Tom Brady 93,400Eminem 86,400Ellen DeGeneres 86,400Jeffree Star 82,800Ed Sheeran 80,400Justin Bieber 79,200

Adrienne Minster, CEO of Rated People, said: "In our most recent home improvement trends report, we asked where homeowners get their design inspiration from.

"The results showed that nearly a third use social media - often where the celebrities share their homes the most."The sheer number of annual searches of the homes of the rich and famous show that they are of high interest. The range of celebrities that are in the top list is definitely surprising."

For more visit https://www.ratedpeople.com/blog/most-searched-for-celebrity-houses site.


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