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Nov 02

Top 10 People Searches – October 2011

by Katie • November 2, 2011

Inside Spokeo, People Search

Another month, another list! Check out the top Spokeo people searches of October below.

10. Taylor Swift – T-Swizzle starts off the list. Here’s a song guide that chronicles her love life (I know you’ve been wondering).

9. Brad Pitt – Brad is set to star in a new film titled, “Twelve Years as a Slave.” He was also voted “Most Fit Over 40” alongside ex Jennifer Aniston.

8. Bill Gates – Bill Gates is a zombie. In other news, his Gates Foundation has partnered with Brazil on agriculture development work.

7. Beyonce Knowles – Beyonce is always buzzing in the news, and she was buzzing last night in her bumblebee Halloween costume. She also recently announced that she’s having a girl! Congrats!

6. Steve Jobs – Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011, due to complications from relapse of his previously treated islet-cell neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer. He was a true innovator and visionary who will not be forgotten.

Spokeo Steve Jobs

5. Kim Kardashian – Kim is enjoying newlywed bliss. Oh, just kidding. She filed for divorce after 72 days.

4. Selena Gomez – Selena has fallen in love – puppy love. Selena and Justin (yes, that Justin) adopted a rescue puppy over the weekend.

3. Jessica Donaldson – Jessica Donaldson made the news after serving Prince Harry drinks while she was working in a San Diego bar a few weeks ago. It was reported that the two hooked up, but Jessica denied the rumors.

2. Justin Bieber – The Biebs has finally been dethroned! He’s also growing up, as he’s about to release his first baritone album [insert puberty joke here]. He like also really likes to say “like” a lot.

Spokeo Justin Bieber

1. Barack Obama – Our president tops the list! Obama recently designated Fort Monroe a national monument and is working on improving his jobs proposals.

Some honorable mentions that just missed the list include: Chris Brown, Kobe Bryant, Miley Cyrus, Silvio Berlusconi and Amber Cole.

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