Weâ€™ve told you who we thought 2013â€™s newsmakers were. But who did you want to read about this year?
In first place: HRH Princess Madeleine of Sweden. The younger of HM King Carl XVI Gustafâ€™s daughters was married this year, to Anglo-American financier Chris Oâ€™Neill, and there was plenty of interest from you in the Royal Wedding.
Keira Knightley and PenÃ©lope Cruz held your imaginations in second and third place this year, followed by Kylie Minogue, Leah Remini, Sonam Kapoor and David Gandy.
Olivia Newton-John proved that she could still get readersâ€™ interest a generation after Grease, while last yearâ€™s World Miss University Mia Hasanagic found herself in ninth place after an influx of searches in January. Fearne Cotton and the new Miss France, Flora Coquerel, manage 10th and 11th respectively, with Jay Kay, Honor Dillon and Adriana Lima following. Jeremy Renner and David Beckham were tied at 15th.
Our top news items of 2013â€”unless something drastic happens in these final two daysâ€”were, as usual, the election of Miss France (right), while you were also very interested in GHDâ€™s Candy Collection of straighteners.
Pandora showed that it was a favourite among fashionistas, with its Black Friday charm getting plenty of attention.
Given that Princess Madeleine was the most-searched person, the Royal Wedding slipped in to fourth and fifth on our charts. Another Royal Wedding story, on the coupleâ€™s honeymoon destination, was ninth.
The current James Bond, Daniel Craig, launching the Range Rover Sport in New York came sixth, followed by Lana Del Rey releasing her new film Tropico last month.
The top Kiwi story was on the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art winners, in a year where New Zealanders took the top prizes.
There remained plenty of interest in last yearâ€™s World Miss University, with our story on Mia Hasanagicâ€™s win coming in 10th.
Last year, Whitney Houstonâ€™s death made it into our top 10. Bad news, sadly, still sells, though it was the death of photographer Kate Barry (the cause remains unannounced) that came in at 11th.