Lo­vato tops Google searches

Calgary Herald - - YOU -

Demi Lo­vato was the per­son Amer­i­cans searched for most on Google in 2018. The singer, 26, was rushed to hos­pi­tal in Los An­ge­les in July af­ter re­laps­ing and suf­fer­ing a sus­pected opi­oid over­dose. Searches of her name spiked that month, ac­cord­ing to data re­leased by Google on Wednes­day. In­ter­est in her re­mained high in Au­gust as she en­tered re­hab to be­gin her re­cov­ery. She has since en­tered into a re­la­tion­ship with fash­ion de­signer Henry Levy, who is re­port­edly help­ing her to main­tain her so­bri­ety. Res­i­dents of her home state, New Mex­ico, were most likely to look her up on Google. Meghan, Duchess of Sus­sex, was sec­ond in the year she mar­ried U.K. royal Prince Harry. Third was U.S. Supreme Court Jus­tice Brett Ka­vanaugh — whose nom­i­na­tion to Amer­ica’s high­est court was al­most de­railed by sex­ual as­sault al­le­ga­tions.

Mi­ley Cyrus

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