Although David Letterman hosted his last "Late Show" on Wednesday, football is once again the hottest topic on social media.
The Premier League season is nearing its end after yesterday's draw between Arsenal and Sunderland and people around the UK relied on Google for the score and updated table.
Of course, there's more than football in our lives. Cricket, for example. New Zealand's Tim Southee accidentally hit a reporter during batting practice and the video made it to Facebook's trends.
Read on to see the top stories and subjects trending across the web.
Google trends UK – Top 5
Premier League - 10,000+ searches
David Letterman - 10,000+ searches
Premier League table - 20,000+ searches
Eurovision 2015 - 100,000+ searches
Wizz Air - 50,000+ searches
Twitter trends UK – Top 10 (as of 12.20pm BST)
Facebook trends - Top 5
Tim Southee: New Zealand Cricketer's Shot Hits Reporter at Practice
Sennen: Cornwall Dog Named Bilbo, Credited With Saving 3 Lives, Dies
North Korea: Submarine Missile Footage Was Manipulated by Propagandists, US Admiral Says
Grindr: Michigan Pastor Resigns After Website Posts His Profile From Gay Dating App
Hatton Garden: Police Arrest 9 in Raid Following Safety Deposit Box Heist in London Jewelry Distric
Alexa Trends – Top 10
2. Rand Paul
4. Mike Babcock
5. Barry Gibb
7. Keyword Planner
8. Rumer Willis
10. Father's day 2015
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