Britney Spears is sought with 593 different names in Google

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Britney Spears has marked several generations, especially in the decade of the nineties. However, the actress and singer has been beset by multiple scandals that have aroused the curiosity of the people, those who have searched with the terms more peculiar in Google. The giant of the internet created a file of all the ways how the users write the name of the interpreter of Oops I did it again.

Responsible for ‘Webmaster Trends Analyst’ of Google, John Mullershared in Twitter a Google document with some of the terms that were detected by the search engine in the query “Britney Spears”, mostly with spelling errors.

“Is public, FWIW,” wrote John Muller next to the link of the document that shows how many users and the different ways in which internet users wrote Britney Spears in the search engine Google.

According to the document Google, 2011, have been written 593 searches different to the query Britney Spears. “Each of these variations was entered by at least two unique users within a period of three months, and our system of spell correction, the corrected [britney spears]reads in the file.

Google pointed out that “britney spears” was the term most consulted in 2011. Registered more than 488 thousand 941 searches, but it was marked as “wrong”, because the search engine considered to be a lack of spelling does not include the names in uppercase.

Between the spelling errors that are more repeated in that period were “brittany spears”, “brittney spears”, “britany spears”, “britny spears”, “briteny spears”, “britteny spears”, “briney spears”, “brittny spears”, “brintey spears”, “britanny spears”, “britiny spears”, “britnet spears” and “britiney spear”

Of errors less common, it is found that some users have changed the first name of the singer in full “buttney spears”, “prittany spears”, “briyany spears”, “britbey spears”, “brittany spears” and “betney spears”.

Britney Spears celebrates 20 years of ‘Oops I did it again’

On may 16 Princess of Pop celebrated the twenty years since, released their second album. Record production Oops I did it again he made his debut as the number in sales and sold over 1.3 million copies in its first week.

In social networks, Britney Spears shared a video in which he recalled the moments that he lived when he came out of this album. His fans did not hesitate to congratulate the Princess of pop and join in the celebration.

Also the National Administration of Aeronautics and Space, better known as NASA, joined the celebration. For the video of the song that gives name to the album, an astronaut is sent to Mars and there discovers Britney Spears, who plays the famous and iconic theme.

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