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These Are 2015's Most-Googled Things From Around The World

You'll never guess what comes in at #1!

 1. Lamar Odom

The former LA Lakers basketball and reality TV star was found unconscious in a brothel in Las Vegas due to a drug overdose in October.

 

2. Jurassic World

The 2015 blockbuster hit is the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park dinosaur saga which stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

3. American Sniper

This 2014 Clint Eastwood-directed biopic stars Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle (see #8), a ruthless US Navy SEAL military sniper. Bradley’s performance in the film garnered him a Best Actor nomination during the 2015 Academy Awards.

4. Caitlyn Jenner

Formerly known as Bruce Jenner, the Olympian gold medalist and Keeping Up With the Kardashians patriarch revealed he was a transgender woman in the July cover of Vanity FairShe has since received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Awards (ESPY).

5. Ronda Rousey

UFC fighter Ronda Rousey shocked the world when she unexpectedly lost by KO to Holly Holm.

6. Paris

The French capital was ridden with terror on November 13 when 130 innocent lives were lost in six simultaneous terrorist attacks.

7. Agar.io

This strategy and action game allows the player to “control a cell in a map representing a petri dish; the goal is to gain as much mass as possible by swallowing smaller cells without being swallowed by bigger ones.”

8. Chris Kyle

He is the military sniper and US Navy Seal the movie American Sniper (see #3) is based on. Chris has 160 kills, but was coincidentally shot dead in a shooting range in 2013.

9. Fallout 4

This open-world role-playing post-apocalyptic game is set in the year 2287 in Boston and was released to critical success in November.

10. Straight Outta Compton

This 2015 box-office biographical drama tells the story of the rise and fall of California hip hop group N.W.A. in the '80s. 

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This list is based on the top trending global searches on Google. For the Year in Search, visit Google.com/2015. 

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