Here's what we searched Google for the most in 2017

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Hurricane Irma, bitcoin, sex scandals, and royal romance are among the hottest public topics for the year, according to Google's search statistics.

Google's video examines the tragedies that have affected millions of live in 2017, including the Mexico quake, the Las Vegas shooting, and the spate of storms that rolled across the Atlantic during this year's hurricane season.

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One of them was Hurricane Irma, which caused significant damage to parts of Florida back in September.

Second on the list was disgraced former Today show anchor Matt Lauer.

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Matt Lauer, the longtime "Today" show host, was sacked last month by NBC news for improper sexual behavior in the workplace.

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tom Petty, who died in October at age 66, was third on the list. The latest edition of the Year In Search has arrived, and it remembers 2017 as a year filled with pain while also looking forward to a brighter future. He topped Google's ranking of people searches.

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Among the most wanted people in Google is also the American actress Megan Marcel, the bride of Britain's Prince Harry. Calorie-counting users turned to Google in droves to find out more about Starbucks' Unicorn Frappucino.

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