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The 68-year-old actress and The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air's Alfonso Ribeiro were the final two celebrities to find out their fate on tonight's ITV1 show.
When her name was read out, the actress - best known for playing Big Mo in the BBC1 soap - clapped her hands and said: "Thank you!".
The rest of the Microsoft search engine's top 10 was made up of women, with US star Beyonce the runner-up and the Duchess of Cambridge third.
Arsenal were the most searched for sports team in Britain, while Barcelona's Lionel Messi was the sportsman to attract the most interest.
Soap operas proved more popular than reality shows as Coronation Street and EastEnders were numbers one and two respectively in the most searched for television programmes, according to the figures released by Bing.
The 53-year-old, who had starred in James Bond film Casino Royale and EastEnders, was a "proud" man who would not have wanted the bankruptcy becoming public knowledge, his partner said.
In a statement read in court, Emma McKie added: "I do believe that Paul would take his own life. He had a darkness inside him that was irreparable."
The unlikely duo hit it off when they were both guests on the Graham Norton Show, with the chart-topping singer telling the 86-year-old: "You look amazing."
Lady Gaga even helped herself to a slurp from the Dot Cotton star's glass of wine, declaring: "I want to drink from your cup to see what those genes are."
The pair both feature in this Friday's edition of the BBC1 show, with the Applause hitmaker leaning over to Juneand adjusting her outfit with pins from her own outlandish headgear, created from a plume of black feathers.
Lady Gaga, renowned for her over-the-top outfits, performed in two costumes on the show - her feathered headpiece and a Marc Jacobs ensemble with sheer black top, as well as a skimpy costume with a seashell bra which made her look like Botticelli's Venus.
The actor, who has been added to the EastEnders cast as pub landlord Mick Carter, is seen fronting the clan and holding on to his dog, whose name has not been announced.
Dyer and wife Linda (Kellie Bright) have begun filming their roles and will be seen heading to Walford this Christmas, and will be joined by two of their three children, mummy's boy Johnny and tomboy Nancy.