#TRENDING: What We Googled Most in Showbiz in 2020: What Does "WAP" Mean?

What We Googled Most in Showbiz in 2020: What Does "WAP" Mean?

Google just released its annual "Year in Search" report on what we GOOGLED THE MOST.

And as it turns out, a lot of Americans went to Google to discover what "WAP" means . . .thanks to CARDI B and MEGAN THEE STALLION.

If you somehow DON'T know what it means by now, Google it. Or just listen to the song . . . they define it for you at least 15 TIMES throughout the track.

"WAP" is #1 on the list of things we've asked Google to define this year. "Entanglement" is second, after Jada Pinkett Smith admittedto having a previous "entanglement" with singer August Alsina.

"Antebellum" is third, after Lady Antebellum droppedthat part of their name because of its association with slavery. Other words we asked Google to define were: Pandemic, Asymptomatic, Juneteenth, Quarantine, and Furlough.

Here are some other highlights from the entertainment-portions of the report:

The Top Five most-searched PEOPLE in the U.S.: Joe Biden, Kim Jong Un, Kamala Harris, Jacob Blake, who was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and race car driver Ryan Newman, who almost died in a crash at the Daytona 500 in February.

The most-searched ACTORS: Tom Hanks, comedian Chris D'Elia, who was accused of sexual harassment and sending nude photos to underage girls, Jada Pinkett Smith, Timothée Chalamet, and Ricky Gervais.

The most-searched ATHLETES: Ryan Newman, Tom Brady, NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace,Mike Tyson, and NBA star Rudy Gobert.

The most-searched GAMES: "Among Us", "Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout","Valorant","Genshin Impact", and "Ghost of Tsushima".

The most-searched DEATHS: Kobe Bryant,Naya Rivera,Chadwick Boseman, George Floyd, who was killed by police in Minneapolis, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The most-searched LYRICS: "WAP", "The Box", "Godzilla", "GOOBA", and "Break My Stride".

The most-searched MUSICAL ACTS: Shakira, August Alsina, Adele, Doja Cat, and Grimes.

The most-searched MOVIES: "Parasite", the Korean thriller that won the Oscar for Best Picture,"1917","Black Panther", "Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey", and "Little Women".

The most-searched POLITICIANS: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Boris Johnson, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Mike Bloomberg.

The most-searched SPORTS TEAMS: The Boston Celtics, the Miami Heat, the Kansas City Chiefs, the L.A. Clippers, and the Dallas Stars.

The most-searched TV SHOWS: "Tiger King", "Cobra Kai", "Ozark", "The Umbrella Academy", and "The Queen's Gambit".

(For more on each of these categories, hit up the Google report, here.)

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