Google was counting down to midnight with animated balloons eagerly waiting for the clock to strike 12 to drop down and join the celebration
Though the unusual phenomenon lasted just about a day, thanks to an amateur photographer, the world did not miss the rare sight.
This is not the first time the Google Doodle team has worked off the concept of anticipation for their New Year Eve’s doodle.
Prankster tweeted Queen Elizabeth II was dead and people fell for it as it is 2016!
From Alan Rickman’s and Prince death, it even predicted names of Noble Prize winner!
Chris Barker paid his respects to the dead of 2016, and used the iconic cover art of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The doodle shows an illustration of Charles Macintosh standing in a raincoat and rain droplets bouncing off him.
Do you find anything wrong in the picture?
When law enforcement gets punny!
George Michael worked anonymously at a homeless shelter and asked fellow volunteer to be discreet.
Many suggested the picture was inappropriate and did not go well with the festive message.
The tweets set off a flurry of responses by fans and music lovers, and reactions ranged from utter dread at the possibility of losing two music personalities within a matter of a day, to those who simply refused to believe the news.
George Michael was known as much for his music as he was for the way he lived his life!
Guinness adjudicator Rishinath declared that “Jayamu Jayamu” item presented in unison by the participants created a new record and handed over a certificate to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.
It’s the holiday season and the mind-boggling pictures are back.
Day 3 of the Google doodle Christmas triad has everyone cosily sitting by the fireplace amid loved ones.
Remember, it’s not good to hurt and irk your mother!
Famous performers like Kiss, Elton John, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Andrea Bocelli and Garth Brooks – have all declined the offer to perform at Trump’s swearing-in day’s ball.
December 23 is apparently considered the first day of the Christmas and New Year holiday season.
For our countdown to Christmas and the New Year, here is your daily dose of fun to make the wait a fun one.
Who’s that behind Barack Obama?
The massive pooch in Essesx was officially bestowed the title by the Guinness World Records
A photograph of the slaughtering of the black goat as ‘sadqa’ by PIA officials was shared on Twitter and other platforms, and immediately went viral.
Many have even taken this as a Freudian slip, with the electoral college vote coming up on December 19.
A rider in Bengaluru took almost 3,135 trips with the taxi service this year, making it the ‘highest number of rides taken by a single rider, globally’.