Let’s face it, if either Kim Kardashian or Michael Jackson came running at you down the street, you’d make a run for it wouldn’t you? Kim Kardashian would be screeching all sorts of excessive sexual demands at you whilst tearing off her clothes and as for Michael Jackson?
He’d be busting a few zombie like dance moves whilst prodding his rotting genitals.
There are varying areas when it comes as to who is bigger.
In the breast department, Kim Kardashian is a clear winner. Thanks to her sex tape, we’ve seen more than we really bargained for. They’ve been involved with the law to. Kardashian again for suing Vivid Entertainment for that bongo film. However, Michael Jackson wins hands down for his multiple court trips after being accused of doing rude stuff to children. But Kim Kardashian can claim another victory when it comes to erm…being searched through the search engine Bing. What were you expecting?
Apparently there are other search engines out there apart from Google and Bing is one of them. Personally, we choose not to use it as Bing doesn’t update itself with hilarious graphics which spell out its own name. Until Bing has a logo made out of Christmas fairy lights, we’ll stick to what we know best.
So, what’s a good way of generating instant publicity? Getting a divorce? Making edgy comments? How about releasing a new album full of original material that isn’t just polished demo recordings? Nope, forget all that. The best way is to die in mysterious circumstances.
Everyone knows Michael Jackson was the definition of clean health and never had a problem in his life. Apart from the flaming hair situation, multiple times under the plastic surgeons knife, relying on oxygen masks and wheelchairs all whilst being hooked on prescription drugs.
Basically, when he died, the internet went mental, causing servers to meltdown due to our greedy nature of wanting to know every minute detail. Was he wearing a sparkly glove when he kicked it? Had he had his daily dose of Jesus Juice?
WE HAD TO KNOW.
Now the hysteria has died down; other people are racing up the most searched chance. Before you ask, you’re not in the top ten, or even in the top thousand for that matter. Even if you searched yourself on a daily basis, breaking in to the top million would be a challenge.
Apparently, amongst the top five searched famous people are Sandra Bullock, Tiger Woods, Lady GaGa and Barack Obama.
No real surprises there. However it has given inspired us to mirror the actions of the above people so we can appear on the 2011 most searched list. How hard can it be for us to raise an adopted child as a single parent, fall from stardom at golf, reinvent music with catchy pop songs and wonky fashion all whilst governing a country?
Actually, quite challenging now we think about. We’ll stick to what we know. Which isn’t much.