There’s never a dull moment in showbiz and this year was no exception, but there will always be some famous faces that manage to attract more attention than others.Sometimes it’s down to just enduring popularity but other times it’s a particular scandal that’s boosted someone’s profile,From millions of Yahoo searches in the UK, a clear top 10 of the most searched for stars has emerged, and here they are.
The BBC direector general has said, 'There was never a finding against Naga for what she said about the President's tweet.'
Sir Lenny Henry, Gina Yashere and Adrian Lester are among signatories of an open letter published in the Guardian condemning the BBC's judgement.
Piers Morgan and Radio 2 presenter Trevor Nelson have previously slammed the BBC's ruling that she breached company guidelines.
The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter took to Twitter to share his support for his 'breakfast rival'.
Hosts Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt cheekily asked correspondent Ben Thompson to hold an analogue clock up for the rest of the morning show.