"Amy Winehouse dead" was the top Google search this summer.

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Winehouse aside, the most popular celebrity name to be keyed into google was that of David and Victoria Beckham's newborn daughter Harper Seven.

Other searched celebs included Dragons' Den star Hilary Devey, David Essex, David Beckham and Daniel Radcliffe.

Top summer searches on Google included Wimbledon, EuroMillions, Ryan Giggs, Harry Potter, the weather forecast and Britain's Got Talent.

Meanwhile, when it comes to television programmes, The Apprentice was the most googled show, followed by Tochwood, Britain's Got Talent, Shameless, Big Brother, Doctor Who, Futurama, One Tree Hill, Power Rangers and Desperate Housewives.

In terms of weekend getaways, Paris was googled the most, followed by Amsterdam, Ibiza, Barcelona, Rome, Berlin, Nice, Madrid, Prague and Venice.

Arsenal came first place when it came to googled football club queries, followed by Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Leeds United, Manchester City and Fulham. 

Inbetweeners was the most searched movie on the web, followed by Cars 2, Transformers 3, The Dark Night