Facebook has detailed what we've all been talking about in the UK on the social networking service over the past month.
Not surprisingly the Olympics dominated proceedings, followed by a bit of racy literature: Fifty Shades of Grey.
The data, which is based on the conversations of the 30 million Brits using Facebook this year, seemed to focus around X Factor’s Rylan Clark’s emotional outbursts on the Saturday night live shows, the London 2012 Olympics and that novel.
Alton Towers gets the most-tagged location in the UK along with London’s Leicester Square and The Olympic Village.
Thanks to Facebook's partnership with Spotify, Facebook says that Somebody that I used to know by Gotye topped the most listened-to song through Spotify, while PSY’s Gangnam Style also featured in the top 10.
The full list from Facebook:
Facebook 2012 Trends: Most talked about
1 London Olympics
2 Fifty Shades of Grey
3 Rylan Clark
4 Death of Whitney Houston
5 The Diamond Jubilee of the Queen
6 One Direction
7 The Avengers
8 Goodbye Blue
9 YOLO (You Only Live Once)
10 Usain Bolt
Facebook 2012 Trends: Most check-ins
1 Alton Towers
2 Thorpe Park Official
3 Trafford Centre
4 Hyde Park
5 Leicester Square
6 Covent Garden
7 The O2
8 Buckingham Palace
9 Westfield Stratford City
10 Olympic Village
Facebook 2012 Trends: Most listened to songs
1 Somebody That I Used to Know - Gotye
2 We Are Young – feat Janelle Monae - Fun
3 We Found Love - Rihanna
4 Titanium feat Sia - David Guetta
5 Too Close - Alex Clare
6 The A Team - Ed Sheeran
7 Wild Ones – feat Sia - Flo Rida
8 Whistle - Flo Rida
9 Domino - Jessie J
10 Drive By - Train
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