With 2013 wrapping up, Yahoo recently tallied up its top search terms of the year. Check out the list below to see what sparked the most curiosity among the Web-surfing public.

1. Miley Cyrus tops the list with a collage of shocking moments--her most famous (or shall we say infamous?) episode being twerking at the VMAs. The YouTube video of her twerking at the awards ceremony was viewed more than 11 million times.

2. Kim Kardashian’s popularity is nothing new. But with the news of her baby on the way, with none other than Kanye West, Kardashian hit the spotlight even more often in 2013.

3. Kate Upton rose to super model status at an exponential rate. This year with her 21st birthday and photo gracing the covers of a multitude of magazines--Esquire to Cosmopolitan to Vanity Fair-;she’s risen to international stardom.

4. Minecraft, the multiplayer game made a splash this year--attracting 75 million players. Swedish creator Markus “Notch” Persson made an imaginary world of nocturnal monsters and mushroom lands that’s already become an addiction for many.

5. Selena Gomez made the top five after launching her latest album, “Stars Dance” which landed at No. 1 and knocked Jay Z’s “Magna Carta” from the top spot. The breakup with Bieber earlier in the year didn’t seem to set her back too much.

6. Obamacare made headlines from all directions. But especially when the website's fumbled launch became a frustration and helped foment a prolonged government shutdown in the fall.

7. Amanda Bynes drew attention to herself by posting her problems on Twitter. Unfortunately, she was involuntarily taken to a psychiatric hospital and diagnosed with schizophrenia.

8. Jodi Arias was found guilty in the murder of her boyfriend in 2008. The combination of the dramatic killing, a fickle jury tasked with deciding her punishment and her friend's ceaseless tweets made her a shoo-in for the list.

9. iPhone 5s As with other iPhone incarnations, the iPhone5s was an immediate driver of speculation, predictions and anticipation. It made a splash in headlines, searches and sales, when it launched in September. The device reportedly sold more than twice as fast as the Galaxy S4 according to applieinsider.com.

10. Justin Bieber just made the top 10, but it’s the first time he’s managed to eke out a spot since 2010. Between a celebrity breakup with Selena Gomez, and getting caught urinating on video, searching “Bieber” might have been for non-musical reasons.