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I like Les Mis and Cosette, so when I googled Cosette, the results like this:

Cosette Mingey

Why Google Search related Cosette keyword to her potrayer, Isabelle Allen and Amanda Seyfried? Any relationship between them and Cosette?

  • Please show your search/research efforts. Reference How to Ask. – Rubén Oct 14 '17 at 0:27
  • I had included screenshot above as my effort, sir – Bagas Sanjaya Oct 14 '17 at 1:24
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You have answered your own question:

Any relationship between them and Cosette?

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related Cosette keyword to her potrayer, Isabelle Allen and Amanda Seyfried

The two portrayed Cosette (at different ages) in 2012 in the film adaptation of Les Misérables.

This is the start of the former's Wikipedia entry:

Isabelle Lucy Allen (born 16 March 2002) is an English stage and screen teen actress known for her role as the young Cosette in the 2012 film adaptation of Les Misérables.

and this included in the latter's:

Later that year, she played Cosette in the film adaptation of the musical Les Misérables.

Google cosette played by and these are the first two images:

Cosette images

Both are the most recent entries for films at Les Misérables Wiki. And so on throughout the Internet. There are very many pages on which Cosette and Seyfried appear together and very many pages on which Cosette and Isabelle Allen appear together. Google's indexing system has noted such "pairs" and when you asked for one of the pair it has offered you the choice of the other.

Google will also be aware the search terms are connected because of the number of people who used search terms such as cosete sayfried, allan les mis and innumerable other combinations.`

  • Did you mean people used search term such as "cosette seyfried" and "allen les mis"? Seem like there's a typo in your answers which might affect the results when people search your mistyped search terms. – Bagas Sanjaya Oct 14 '17 at 23:35
  • Oh like that sir – Bagas Sanjaya Oct 14 '17 at 23:51
  • So anything can be related? – Bagas Sanjaya Oct 14 '17 at 23:54

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