Miley Cyrus' new hair extensions are a big deal. Between alerting the paparazzi to her salon trip, the Radiohead and Joe Jonas disses, and tales of bullies, the starlet was heavily searched. What other stars did we spend the week searching for?
Jessica Simpson continues to be the Web's punching bag of choice. "Jessica flubs lyrics – again!" and "Jessica ends tour on a 'thigh'!" are a telling sample of her No. 2-spot headlines. Even U.S. News & World Report got in on the game. Bullies.
Why is everyone all up in Weezy's grill? A folk singer has big beef with Lil Wayne because, she says, he didn't get permission to sample her tune in his song "I Feel Like Dying." Court orders to turn in his financial records land Wayne at No. 5.
We're honestly not sure if Kathy Ireland is experiencing an inexplicable surge of Web fascination or if searches for "Ireland" and "Kathy Griffin" around St. Paddy's Day have interfered with our data. Either way, she holds steady in the top 10.
Paris Hilton is making the Hollywood rounds with new beau Doug Reinhardt, but that's not the only reason she's No. 11 this week. The heiress also hung out with Prince William, her Brit reality BFFs went nuts and some guy tried to sell her cell phone.
Our thoughts are with Vanessa Redgrave (No. 12), a beloved actress who is also the mother of Natasha Richardson. The recently deceased star's husband, Liam Neeson, and sister, Joely Richardson, were also top of mind.
Yo, Akon: Helping "X Factor" winner Alexandra Burke (like he did with previous winner Leona Lewis) is cool; saying he'd still work with Chris Brown is decidedly not cool. But teaming up with Lionel Richie may've earned him the No.14 spot this week.
It was a devastating week for Hollywood. Actor Ron Silver, 62, passed away on Sunday. The Tony winner and Emmy nominee died peacefully in his sleep. He'd been fighting esophageal cancer for the past two years. The sad news put the actor at No. 16.
We wondered what was up with 50 Cent. The rapper had a busy week: He's up for a role in Sylvester Stallone's next film, "The Expendables," replacing Forest Whitaker. He also semi-dissed Jay-Z by calling him "too old." Welcome to the top 20, Fiddy.