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Zendaya Tops Google’s List of Most Searched Black Women in 2022

Zendaya Coleman has been named as the most searched black woman of 2022 according to a ranking released by the lifestyle website ThatSister. With 2.71 million average monthly Google searches, she topped the list far ahead of other top 10 female stars.

One of the reasons for her high search volume is her role in the movie ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, which was released at the end of 2021 and became the sixth-the-highest-earning movie of the year and the sixth-highest-earning movie of all time. Moreover, her role in the hit HBO series ‘Euphoria’ has earned her critical acclaim and multiple awards. She won her first Primetime Emmy Award for the series in 2020, and a second in 2022. Recently, she also won her first Golden Globe Award for her portrayal of Rue Bennett on the show.

Aside from her professional achievements, Zendaya’s personal life has also garnered attention from her fans. Her off-screen romance with her “Spider-Man” co-star Tom Holland has been the subject of much speculation and interest. Although the pair are not the most active social media users, they have occasionally shared shout-outs to each other on Instagram.

Following Zendaya in the ranking is tennis star Serena Williams, who has had 1.65 million searches. The former athlete announced her retirement in August 2022, and her fans have been eagerly following her plans after her tennis career.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, comes in third place on the list, largely due to her tell-all documentary on Netflix titled ‘Harry & Meghan’, in which she and her husband Prince Harry discussed their lives within the British royal family. The couple’s decision to exit as senior members of the royal family has made headlines, and their revelations have caused a stir among royal watchers.

Other notable women on the list include Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Obama, who each had a little over 1 million searches. Jada Pinkett Smith, Oprah Winfrey, rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, as well as Whoopi Goldberg rounded out the top 10.

ThatSister conducted the study by analyzing Google search data for over 100 influential Afro-American women since January 1, 2022.

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