Jennifer Lawrence Has Totally Owned Kim Kardashian In The Popularity Stakes

Jennifer Lawrence Has Totally Owned Kim Kardashian In The Popularity Stakes

Jennifer Lawrence has had a year of major ups and downs, but they've all lead to her being crowned more popular than Kim Kardashian. And that's no small feat...

There's no denying that Jennifer Lawrence is one of the biggest stars of 2014. After a string of high-profile relationships, a host of amazing hit films under her belt and a killer wardrobe that just won't quit, she's kept the entirity of InStyle HQ on the edge of our seats all year long. And it looks like we're not the only ones... 

As per tradition, mega-search mogul Google has revealed its annual Top 10 lists of the most globally searched phrases, places, videos and, of course, people, of the year and you've guessed it; J-Law features pretty highly on the list. 

Well, she is THE highest on the list... 

The 25-year-old Hunger Games actress has officially been named the most Googled person of 2014, pipping the mightly Kim Kardashian to the post. Yes, even an over-the-top celeb wedding and THAT naked photoshoot for Paper Magazine couldn't seal the deal for Mrs West. There's always next year, darl. 

In a year thats had many high points for Jen, its also come with its pretty hefty share of lows to boot — that leaked photo scandal being one of the main blows of note — but we reckon it's her fierce sense of humour, unmistakable beauty, talent and all-round likability thats made her the most searched person of the year. Proof that being down-right lovely still goes a LONG way with us (i.e. the general public). 

Check out the global Top 10 most Googled people below. We have to admit, there's a couple of peeps on this list that we've actually never heard of. Awkward... 

  1. Jennifer Lawrence
  2. Kim Kardashian
  3. Julie Gayet
  4. Tracy Morgan
  5. Renee Zellweger
  6. Jared Leto
  7. Lorde
  8. Matthew McConaughey
  9. Amal Alamuddin (isn't it Clooney now?!)
  10. Donald Sterling

Excuse us while we go on a Google-sesh... 

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