2018 is officially coming to an end, and what better way to wrap up the year than to see who the world ended up googling the most?

Ariana Grande, Eminem and Demi Lovato are just some of the names we've entered into our Google search history the most - Check out the full list below!

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Google recently released their "Year in Search" data, and it appears that Demi Lovato was the most searched person in 2018, beating out names like Meghan Markle, Brett Kavanaugh and Logan Paul for the top spot.

While there's a good mix of musicians, political figures and Youtube stars in the top 10 list of most searched people, it appears that musicians did a pretty good job at maintaining their presence on people's search engines this past year.

Also on the list of most searched people is Eminem at number six, Ariana Grande at number eight, rapper Rick Ross at nine and Cardi B rounding out the list with the number 10 spot.

As the report notes, these results come from Google's trending data, which is tracked through the searches that had a higher amount of traffic than they did during the same time in 2017.

You can see all of the most searched topics on Google by going here! Check out some of the most searched options below (via Billboard)!

1. Demi Lovato
2. Meghan Markle
3. Brett Kavanaugh
4. Logan Paul
5. Khloe Kardashian
6. Eminem
7. Urban Meyer
8. Ariana Grande
9. Rick Ross
10. Cardi B

Musicians and Bands
1. Demi Lovato
2. Eminem
3. Ariana Grande
4. Rick Ross
5. Cardi B
6. Travis Scott
7. Childish Gambino
8. Machine Gun Kelly
9. Meek Mill
10. Queen

Additionally, Google also revealed the most searched songs of 2018, and it appears Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" appeared on most search engines, which beat out Childish Gambino's politically charged track, "This is America."

Check out the most searched songs below:

1. "Bohemian Rhapsody"
2. "This is America"
3. "Baby Shark"
4. "God’s Plan"
5. "Killshot"
6. "In My Feelings"
7. "Electric Slide"
8. "thank u, next"
9. "Mo Bamba"
10. "Lucid Dreams"

Did you help in any of these searches? Let us know in the comments below!

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