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The most sought after celebs of 2018 and ones to watch next year

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2018 was the year when Harry married Meghan, Cardi B went stratospheric, and football brought the world together.

Shutterstock has analysed search and download data to determine the past year's most searched for newsworthy names and events around the globe.

By combining year-on-year growth in searches and expert opinion from Shutterstock's photo editors, a shortlist of names and events across fashion, entertainment, news and sport are highlighted in our inaugural year in review report.

It also identifies the most searched for names in countries around the world and provides insight into who the rising stars are for 2019.

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