America and Canada’s Most Searched Female Celebrities

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From powerhouse singers to reality TV icons, female celebrities continue to shape pop culture. embarked on a journey to identify the female stars with the greatest influence over the last 12 months, as revealed through millions of Google searches. uncovered the leading ladies dominating the search engines in both the U.S. and Canada. All of the results are here.

Key Findings:

  • Miley Cyrus emerges as the top-searched female celebrity in both the US and Canada.
  • Dolly Parton secures the second spot among female stars in America, while Britney Spears claims the second position in Canada.
  • Other notable mentions include Jennifer Aniston, Kylie Jenner, Beyoncé, and Alanis Morissette.

Mapping America’s Most Googled Female Celebrities, State by State:

Singers take center stage, with a notable emphasis on country music artists. Taylor Swift stands apart due to her significant popularity in every state. However, it’s Miley Cyrus who claims the top spot, dominating 33 states, including New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. With her recent hit song ‘Flowers’ and two Grammy Awards, Miley’s influence continues to soar, making her the life of the online party.

In second place, Dolly Parton reigns in 10 states, showcasing her enduring legacy in the country music scene. Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner and Beyoncé captivate audiences in multiple states, with the latter’s surprising foray into country music adding to her allure.

Canada’s Top Searched Female Celebrities by Region:

In Canada, Miley Cyrus maintains her lead in British Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Yukon. Britney Spears steals the spotlight in Alberta, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories, thanks to her viral Instagram videos and acclaimed memoir.

Kylie Jenner and Jennifer Aniston share joint third place, captivating audiences with their evolving styles and enduring charm. Dolly Parton and Alanis Morissette also make appearances, showcasing their influence in Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador, respectively.