1.Miranda Kerr, 2.Kevin Rudd, 3.Tony Abbott, 4.Julia Gillard, What’s Up With This list? [Videos]

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By Athena Yenko | December 3, 2013 1:06 PM EST

Miranda Kerr was Australia's Most Binged Australian Celebrity for 2013. She also topped the list of 2012.

And the next most Binged CELEBRITIES, were POLITICIANS Kevin Rudd, Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard. Being a celebrity and a politician seemed like two inseparable identities this year. Well, with politics comes popularity or vice versa.

Most Binged categories of 2013 were mix and match of most unlikely pairs.

As for the Most Binged News Stories of 2013, the happy news of Baby George being born topped the list. While at number two was the hapless Boston Marathon Bombing.

The irony did not stop there as Miley Cyrus made it to number 4 of most Binged news, followed by another tragic news, The Spanish Train Crash.

Here is the complete list of Most Binged of 2013:

Most Binged Australian Celebrities
1. Miranda Kerr
2. Kevin Rudd
3. Tony Abbot
4. Julia Gillard
5. Shane Warne

Most Binged News Stories
1. Royal Baby Born
2. Boston Marathon Bombing
3. NSW Fires
4. Miley Cyrus Twerking
5. Spanish Train Crash

Most Binged Fitness & Foodie Fads
1. Quinoa
2. Cross fit
3. Protein balls
4. Green Smoothie
5. Squat Challenge

Most Binged Dating Applications/Sites
1. Plenty of Fish
2. Zoosk
3. eHarmony
4. Blendr
5. Tinder

Most Binged Internet Trends and Hashtag Language
1. Lol
2. Twerking
3. Fml
4. Yolo
5. Omg

Most Binged Sports Teams

1.Sydney Swans
2. Hawthorn Hawks
3. Fremantle Dockers
4. Parramatta Eels
5. South Sydney Rabbitohs

Most Searched TV Shows
1. Big Brother
2. Game of Thrones
3. Breaking Bad
4. X Factor
5. The Voice

Most Searched Songs

1. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
2. Katy Perry - Roar
3. Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball
4. Lorde - Royals
5. Lady Gaga - Applause

Bing had also listed Australia's Most Popular YouTube Ads as follows:

Dove: 'Real Beauty Sketches'

 

Evian: 'Baby&Me'

 

Samsung: 'Dinner Party

 

Samsung: 'Cute Baby vs. Motion Sync Vacuum Cleaner'

 

Air New Zealand: 'Betty White- Safety Old School Style'

 

Google Chrome: 'Chrome: Now Everywhere'

 

Qantas Frequent Flyer: 'For Every Journey'

 

Pepsi MAX: 'Test Drive'

 

Kmart: 'Summer Outfit Ideas'

 

Ikea: 'Make Time for Living- Teddy's Speech'

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