Google Search "Lionel Richie" for New Knowledge Graph Easter Egg

Google is having a bit of fun with their new Knowledge Graph feature. When you search for musician Lionel Richie on Google, you'll see an Easter egg that asks, "Hello, is it me you're looking for?"

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"Hello, is it me you're looking for," is one of the lines from Richie's 1980s hit song, "Hello." 

Make sure it's spelled correctly though, as it seems the Easter Egg only works with the exact spelling. Google will correct the spelling error and show results for the singer, though they won't show the fun title at the top of the info box in the right sidebar.

Other recent Google Easter Eggs included their Zerg Rush shootout game, the Let It Snow search results snow storm, and the Barrel Roll.

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Miranda studied e-commerce at Athabasca University and specializes in marketing, business and educational material. She currently assists the Province of Ontario Ministries of Research & Innovation and Economic Development, Trade & Employment with their copywriting and SEO goals. She is one of a handful of Canadian consultants experienced with Ontario's new adult literacy curriculum framework and as such, is contracted by literacy agencies and publishing houses to develop new learning material.