Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton was the most googled gay celebrity in 2010.

According to gay glossy The Advocate, the 32-year-old self-described “Queen of all Media” tops its list of most-searched-for gay and lesbian celebrities on search giant Google.

“In a tight race for first with Adam Lambert, Perez Hilton takes the cake,” the magazine wrote in announcing its winner. “2010 has been a big year for Hilton, launching three new blogs, CocoPerez, FitPerez and TeddyHilton all focused on a more specific market (fashion, fitness & health, and pets). Between the growth of his company, his pledge to stop bullying on Ellen, and revealing Miley's partying ways, Perez Hilton has landed himself 2010's most Googled gay.”

It was a big year for the list's runner-up as well. Even as Lambert's celebrity increased, the singer has refused to hide his sexuality, defying pundits who claim gay entertainers should fear coming out.

Also making the top 20 list are three Glee stars: Jane Lynch (in at 11), Chris Colfer (17) and Jonathan Groff (18).

Rounding out the top ten are: talk show host Ellen DeGeneres (3), singers Elton John (4) and Ricky Martin (5), fashion guru Marc Jacobs (6), UK designer Alexander McQueen (7), MSNBC host Rachel Maddow (8), Internet meme Antoine Dodson (9) and actor Neil Patrick Harris (10).