Google Shows Most Watched Youtube Videos in 2022

hi, I’m Dream

A year after the Minecraft YouTuber megastar Dream finally owned up to cheating at Minecraft speedruns, the YouTuber that for so long had remained anonymous behind his white and black smiley face mask finally revealed his face. That video has been viewed over 47 million times. That’s a whole lot of clicks to see a normal-looking young man’s visage.

Mark Rober - Pranks Destroy Spam Callers- GlitterBomb Payback

Mark Rober, an ex-NASA Engineer, is known for his work creating elaborate obstacle courses for squirrels as well as his work targeting members of an international scam operation with glitter bombs

Technoblade - so long nerds

The YouTuber known as Technoblade got his start in 2013 and became well-known for his Minecraft videos and streams, but his channel really took off after 2019 when participated in Minecraft PVP events. In 2021, Technoblade noticed a bump on his shoulder that he later learned was cancer. After a year of treatment, the YouTuber passed due to his illness.

Guardian News - Watch the uncensored moment Will Smith Smacks Chris Rock on stage

Well, I guess we should have saw this coming. This particular uncensored video had been viewed a total 103 million times. The Guardian chose the perfect thumbnail for the scene, which probably only helped shoot this particular clip to the top of the leaderboards.

MrBeast - I Built Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory!

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It’s almost... no strike that, it’s definitely excessive just how much work went into this edible palace just to create a 17-minute video of a few regular folks stumbling around and struggling desperately to climb a rock wall. Apparently this video worked out for the extremely popular MrBeast channel, as it claimed 127 million views since it debuted in June this year.

NFL - Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar & 50 Cent FULL Pepsi SB LVI Halftime Show

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I guess it was inevitable that the the NFL Superbowl halftime show ends up on the top ranked. The 2022 show featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent all in one place was bound to get some clicks, after all.

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