Your Search questions, answered selfie-style on Google

For some reason, Google wants lots of celebrities to record selfie videos

Some Google searches are now answered by selfie videos from celebrities

If you are a fan of "Bajirao Mastani" fame, then you must have thought, what is Priyanka's favourite food, what does she like to eat as the cheat food, who is Priyanka's celebrity crush or who is the most talented actor according to Miss Chopra either in Hollywood or Bollywood.

The company said that the feature is now available on mobile in the US.

Google has introduced a new search feature that lets celebrities directly respond to users' search queries. Every so often they release a product or feature just to show how whimsical and with it they are; these personal data vacuums understand pop culture and they want to signal to the masses that, heck, they can have fun, too.

Celebrity trivia buffs are going to love Google's latest update to its search engine, which sees movers and shakers in entertainment answer questions about themselves on results pages on mobile.

Google has not announced exactly what questions each celebrity answered and, from our testing, finding these selfie-style answers can be a challenge.

When you need to get knowledge about anything, Just Google it. Google has rolled out many changes to search. The new feature will display search results in selfie videos style and not the usual text format. While the questions were not exactly the same, we assumed they would be close enough to both elicit a selfie-style answer.

Google says that alongside the above, the likes of Gina Rodriguez, Kenan Thompson, Allison Williams, Nick Jonas, Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, Seth MacFarlane, Jonathan Yeo and Dominique Ansel have provided answers to curious Googlers' burning questions.

The California-based company - Google is piloting this feature on mobile with answers from several celebrities. The answer may surprise you.

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