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As we round out 2015, many of us are looking back at some of the biggest stories in the entertainment industry; from deaths, to marriages, to divorces and even gender transitions, we can say it’s been one heck of a year.

But while we are often reminded about some of the heartbreaking or salacious headlines over the past 12 months, Google is proving what Internet users searched the most with their annual “year in search” list for 2015.

According to the Internet search engine, Caitlyn Jenner’s transition and Adele’s epic comeback landed on the list for most clicked; but it was Lamar’s downfall that became one of the stop “trending” general searches of 2015.

In October, Odom was found unresponsive inside a Nevada brothel and was rushed to a local hospital to be treated for an apparent drug overdose. The former Lakers player was in a coma for several days before waking up; however he wasn’t out of the woods.

Odom was transported to Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles where he is currently recovering after extensive brain damage. New reports even claiming that he is “struggling” and is unable to walk without assistance.

The 36-year-old’s “trending” name came in at number one followed by the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Agar.io and Jurassic World.

Below is a list of the top “trending” global searches on Google in 2015:

1. Lamar Odom

2. Charlie Hebdo

3. Agar.io

4.Jurassic World

5. Paris

6. Furious 7

7. Fallout 4

8. Ronda Rousey

9. Caitlyn Jenner

10. American Sniper

 

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