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Bing’s tabloid-tastic taste of 2010

by Sarah Griffiths on 3 January 2011, 16:57

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TV and tables

Finally, Microsoft's illuminating research found that Daybreak was the most searched-for TV show of 2010, despite its flagging ratings.

Meanwhile, 28 percent of MSN UK users have coined ITV's period drama, Downton Abbey, the best new show, followed closely by BBC1's Sherlock with 24 percent of votes. The favourite TV moment of 2010 was Coronation Street's dramatic tram crash, while 45 percent of people said their favourite reality TV show was XFactor. What a surprise.

And finally, a third of people polled dubbed Jonathan Ross, who was finally given the heave-ho by Auntie this year, the most over-paid TV star.

For all the results, here's a table from Microsoft.


MSN UK Alternative Review of the Year 2010

Most surprising celebrity break-up

Lenny Henry and Dawn French


Most surprising celebrity hook-up

Shane Warne and Elizabeth Hurley


Celebrity couple most likely to last in 2011

Katy Perry and Russell Brand


Celebrity couple who Brits think will break-up

Katie Price and Alex Reid


Favourite celebrity couple

Prince William and Kate Middleton


Most shocking celebrity scandal

Wayne Rooney's alleged cheating


Political scandal

Gordon Brown calling a woman a bigot


Favourite soap storyline

The tram crash in Coronation Street


Best reality show

X Factor


Overpaid TV star

Jonathan Ross


Best new TV show

Downton Abbey


Most popular TV channel




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