If you take a look at Google Hot Trends today, you’ll see that the top result is “Demi Moore Bush.” So what do you expect that’s about? Probably something not safe for work, I’d assume.
But after digging in to the results on Hot Trends, related searches are “demi moore”, “comedy central,” and “demi moore george bush.”
Then if you look in the news articles section, you see some mentions of “The Billy Bush Show” and then something about Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore broadcasting their Super Bowl predictions.
Hmmm, nothing seems to correlate here.
I don’t see why people would be searching for “Demi Moore Bush” when looking for the news article about the Billy Bush Show and I can’t find any news about Demi Moore visiting George Bush or his father.
Now if you look at the search results, you’ll see that there is definitely some not safe for work web pages here.
Maybe some TV or radio show mentioned something about some old photos Demi Moore took when she was young, and everyone started searching like crazy, because the first result from “downtownalleys” certainly makes a point.
You know what? Maybe Google Hot Trends isn’t misleading after all. 😉
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precisely. google demi moore bush tosh.o and you’ll find the tv show that sparked the trend.
Yeah, I noticed that the day after I posted this. It’s interesting finding out how things make it onto Hot Trends.