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Singer Taylor Swift has been named Google's most-searched for woman in music this year.
The search engine honoured International Women's Day on Sunday, March 08 by sharing their data surrounding the most looked-up women on the Internet according to a report.
According to Google, Swift topped the list of searches among women in music, while tennis player Serena Williams was the most-searched for female athlete.
Taylor Swift took action after a string of tornadoes destroyed parts of Tennessee.
Swift donated a whopping $1 million to aid Nashville to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, which supports the communities hit and nonprofits helping the victims.
Actress Awkwafina was the most searched-for woman in comedy, while American novelist Toni Morrison was the most-searched for female author.
Meanwhile, searches for "songs about girl power" have reached an all-time high in America, while queries about "women's empowerment" have increased by more than 330 per cent in the US since 2004.
Jumping to her husband Kanye West's defence, the reality TV star tweeted that Swift is ‘lying’ as singer says she was ‘framed’ over leaked call with West, concerning the lyrics to his song 'Famous.'
Singer Adele has parted ways with her husband, Simon Konecki, according to a statement from her representative Benny Tarantini.
In an interview with ES Magazine, Lopez opened up about her fiance, saying at the end of the day, money doesn't really matter, reports eonline.com.
Actor Mark Hamill has penned a thank you letter for the "Star Wars" fans, saying it has been an "extraordinary journey".
Soul legend Mavis staples on Friday released a new charity song, "All In It Together", to raise funds to help elderly people in Chicago through the coronavirus.
British singer Marianne Faithfull has tested positive for coronavirus and is being treated in hospital, her publicists said on Saturday.