Jennifer Lopez Tops’s Pregnant Stars Of 2007 List is next to release their top ten search list for 2007. actually has a category for “Top Celebrity Searches of Pregnant Stars in 2007,” where Jennifer Lopez is the most searched for pregnant star in 2007 at

Below are the remaining categories for the lists:’s Top Real Deal Searches of 2007 1. MySpace 2. Dictionary 3. Google 4. Themes 5. Area Codes 6. Cars 7. Weather 8. Games 9. Song Lyrics 10. Movies’s Top Presidential Candidate Searches of 2007 1. Barack Obama 2. Hillary Clinton 3. Fred Thompson 4. John Edwards 5. Mitt Romney 6. John McCain 7. Ron Paul 8. Rudy Giuliani 9. Mike Huckabee 10. Dennis Kucinich’s Top Sports Team Searches of 2007 1. Boston Red Sox 2. Dallas Cowboys 3. New England Patriots 4. Colorado Rockies 5. Chicago Bears 6. New York Yankees 7. Green Bay Packers 8. Pittsburgh Steelers 9. Chicago Cubs 10. Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s Top Television Show Searches of 2007 1. Hannah Montana 2. Family Guy 3. SpongeBob SquarePants 4. WWE 5. American Idol 6. Big Brother 7. Gilmore Girls 8. South Park 9. Charmed 10. Grey’s Anatomy’s Top Celebrity Searches of Pregnant Stars in 2007 1. Jennifer Lopez 2. Salma Hayek 3. Christina Aguilera 4. Julia Roberts 5. Halle Berry 6. Nancy Grace 7. Nicole Richie 8. Milla Jovovich 9. Tori Spelling 10. Bridget Moynahan

For Google’s 2007 Top Ten list go here, and for Yahoo’s go here.

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