Oscar event was held on March 7, 2010. Everyone in the internet are searching who got the prizes. Oscar is on the list of the hot search in Google. But many fans are following the fashion trends of the celebrities. Google recently has named the top list of Oscar fashion that the fans are searching right now.
The leading fashion-related searches were Zoe Saldana’s elaborate and purple Givenchy dress, Miley Cyrus’ Jenny Packham number, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Certain designers were also popular in search, thanks to the stars who wore (and name-dropped) them. Elie Saab (worn by Anna Kendrick), Armani Prive (Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Lopez) and Marchesa (Sandra Bullock, Vera Farmiga) were all rising trends.
Throughout the night Oscar®-related searches rose and fell as nominations were introduced and winners announced. Avatar had the most searches before the ceremony, but as The Hurt Locker received more awards, searches for that film exceeded all others and peaked when it won Best Picture. Precious also had a good run throughout the night. Its peak matched that of “Avatar” during the ceremony:
Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock won Best Actor and Best Actress respectively, so it’s no surprise that they led in Google searches. Sandra Bullock’s victory speech prompted quite a few searches when she mentioned a kiss with Meryl Streep.
Industry figures who were memorialized after they passed away this year got quite a few searches, including director John Hughes, whose memorial by Matthew Broderick and Molly Ringwald prompted viewers to look up several of his films, including Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
People are always eager for more information about the Hollywood stars — personal stats like age, height, family and dating status. During this year’s Oscar® ceremonies, Kathryn Bigelow’s height and Miley Cyrus’s mother’s tattoos were hot topics. Whose girlfriend was most searched for? Easy. George Clooney’s (Elisabetta Canalis).
So what were the most memorable moments of the broadcast? When George Clooney wandered off the red carpet to greet the crowd, queries on [clooney] shot through the roof. Ben Stiller’s appearance as a Na’vi was another draw, and queries on him were high during his spoof. Molly Ringwald and Matthew Broderick’s John Hughes tribute triggered a flood of nostalgia; Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Home Alone all saw huge query spikes as well. During the memorial portion of the show, queries surged for those in the industry who passed away in the last year, including Ron Silver, Natasha Richardson, Patrick Swayze and Brittany Murphy. On a lighter note, Sandra Bullock set off a frenetic amount of searches when she mentioned a Meryl Streep kiss in her acceptance speech.