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Miley beats out Kim K for most searched celebrity

Pop star Miley Cyrus replaces Kim Kardashian on the list of most popular Yahoo! searches of 2013.

Model Kate Upton and troubled former child star Amanda Bynes also make the list.

Cyrus generated the most overall searches on Yahoo! this year, overtaking Kardashian, who topped the list last year, Yahoo! said this week.

Cyrus had an attention filled year, for her break-up with actor and fiance Liam Hemsworth, her provocative performance at the MTV Video Music Awards and the release of a music video where she swings naked on a wrecking ball.

Upton, a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, is third on the list of most searched people.

Selena Gomez came in fifth, and Bynes came in seventh. Singing sensation Justin Bieber rounds out the top 10.

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