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Some Google searches are now answered by selfie videos from celebrities

Available first on mobile with Mark Wahlberg, Gina Rodriguez, Seth MacFarlane, and others. Google's always testing out new features here and there for making its many services as great as can be, and the latest one has to do with its bread and butter, Google Search. In a blog post that was published on December 7, Product Manager Rami Banna announced that some searches on Google will now showcase selfie videos from your favorite celebrities.
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