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Thursday, November 24, 2022

Amber Heard was the most-searched celebrity on Google in 2022, CelebTattler reports

Amber Heard was the most-searched celebrity on Google in 2022, CelebTattler reports. 

According to their data, Heard had a monthly average of 5.6 million searches in the US.Amber Heard has decided to sue her former insurer, New York Marine and General Insurance Co., for refusing to pay the damages after losing the defamation trial to ex-partner Johnny Depp.

The Fairfax Court ordered that the famous actress had to pay a total of 10 million dollars in compensatory damages and another five million in punitive damages, which were reduced to 350,000 dollars due to a statutory limit in the state of Virginia.

TMZ has revealed that Heard countersued the insurance company, as she is claiming that she has to be covered by the million-dollar insurance policy.

Heard asked New York Marine and General Insurance Co. to use the policy to pay part of her debt with Depp. However, they refused to do so and sued Heard, since the jury indicated that she "committed an act of willful misconduct" and therefore the policy cannot be used.

According to some official documents, the actress claims that the company assured her that they would pay her defense costs of one million no matter what, because it was an "unconditional" agreement, one which they have not complied with.

Johnny, on the other hand, ranked second on the list with 5.5 million monthly searches.

CelebTattler told The NY Post in a statement, “This year has certainly not been lacking when it comes to celebrity news stories, whether it be Elon Musk taking over Twitter or the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ behind the scenes drama."

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian, Elon Musk, Tom Brady, Pete Davidson, and the late Queen Elizabeth II were also on the list.

The late monarch got 4.3 million Google queries every month for the entire year.

Presumably due to her high profile court battle with her ex, the 36-year-old actress topped the list as the most searched A-lister of 2022, with an average of 5.6 million searches every month in the US. Of course, the ex in question, Johnny Depp, trailed closely behind in second place, earning 5.5 million searches per month.

The pair consumed pop culture as their bombshell defamation trial raged on for a good chunk of the year, which culminated in June with Depp being awarded $15 million from his ex, and Heard reaping $2 million in her countersuit.

Between entry wristband frenzies, viral TikToks and romance rumors, it’s no wonder why the ex-flames topped the charts, as even in internet research results the two still go head-to-head. While Heard was the most googled in sheer volume of searches, 34 out of 50 states searched for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor more than any other A-lister.

“This year has certainly not been lacking when it comes to celebrity news stories, whether it be Elon Musk taking over Twitter or the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ behind the scenes drama,” a spokesperson from CelebTattler told The Post in a statement.

The tumultuous ex-spouses were followed by Kim Kardashian, Elon Musk, Tom Brady, Pete Davidson and even the late Queen Elizabeth II, who received third place.

Britain’s longest reigning monarch passed in September at 96 years of age after seven decades on the throne — and it earned her 4.3 million Google searches per month for the year.

Football star Tom Brady was the most googled A-list athlete in 2022, and the fourth most searched celebrity. Perhaps due to his unexpected divorce from his supermodel ex-wife Gisele Bündchen or his on-again off-again relationship with the NFL, Brady’s search total rang in at 4.06 million per month.

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