Top Latino Celebs Searched in 2013

With 2014 preparing to make its way, we're taking a look at some of the top Latino celebrity searches that were made in 2013. From Selena Gomez to Bruno Mars, here are the stars everyone was busy Googling:

1. Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

SelGo had a lot going on in 2013, which could explain how she landed the #8 spot on Google’s “People Most Searched.” The young starlet turned 21; released her album Stars Dance, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200; began touring the globe; starred alongside Ethan Hawke in Getaway; and made headlines following reports that she is currently battling Lupus.

2. Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez

The New York Yankees third baseman didn’t have much luck this year. He underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum and was at the center of a Biogenesis scandal. He was Google’s #1 searched MLB player.

3. Yvette Prieto

Yvette Prieto

The cubana and Michael Jordan’s wedding was the #2 most searched wedding. In 2013, the couple also announced they were expecting twins.

4. Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera

The Detroit Tigers first baseman was #2 on Google’s most searched MLB players. In 2013, Cabrera was honored with his second consecutive Sporting News MLB Player of the Year Award. He is only the fourth player in history to win this award in back-to-back seasons. This year, he also won his second consecutive American League MVP Award.

5. Shakira


The 36-year-old colombiana was #4 on Google’s most searched “Celebrity Pregnancies” this year.

6. Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars

The “Gorilla” singer’s Moonshine Jungle Tour landed on the #10 spot for Google’s “Most Searched Concerts.”

7. Mariano Rivera

Mariano Rivera

Rivera was #6 on Google’s MLB Players search and we’re sure this can partly be credited to his retirement, which made many baseball fans muy triste.

8. David Ortiz

David Ortiz

“Big Papi” was Google’s #8 most searched for MLB player. This year, the Red Sox player took home the award for Most Valuable Player following the World Series and also teamed up with MTV to work on producing a show that mixes baseball and pop culture.