These are the Top YouTube Trending 2022 Videos

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24 September 2022

Here's an exhaustive list of all the YouTube videos that defined 2020.

8:46 - Dave Chappelle, by Netflix is a Joke

In this half-hour, part stand-up, part sermon watched 29 million times the legendary comedian takes on police brutality and racial injustice in the year 2020, even though they have been the subject of his comedy.

The channel Netflix Is A Joke stated that this was not an Special, but an spontaneous purging and expression of thoughts and feelings by Dave on his show in Ohio on June 6 in 2020.

Building the Perfect Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder, by Mark Rober

Mark Rober faced a problem. Squirrels and jerks kept taking his bird seed.

His solution? He created an insect-proof bird feeder utilizing mechanical engineering.

The video has been watched more than 50,000,000 times and it is 21 minutes of pure gold. MY CMS But don't believe us Do you ask any of the millions of viewers who have seen it.

First Debate Cold Open by Saturday Night Live

The first presidential debate, moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace was memorable for numerous reasons.

This 13-minute comedy has been viewed just over 30 million times. "SNL" does what it does best: It points out all the absurdities of the long event. So much so that you're not sure if you should either laugh or cry.

The video is entertaining no matter what you choose. Plus, Jim Carrey plays Joe Biden.

We Broke Up., by jeffreestar

When makeup guru Jeffree Star announced his split with longtime lover Nathan Schwandt there were shockwaves that swept across certain swaths of the internet. The video, for instance has more than 33 million views.

Star after five years of dating, stated his feelings bluntly in the video: "I'm devastated." "I'm so sad."

I purchased the world's largest firework ($600,000.

The video's title, which has more than 56 million views, is clear: He bought the largest firework in the world.

The video description takes it a step further: "I cant believe i spent this sum of money on fireworks"

You may not believe it, but there is a video of MrBeast setting off the alarm -- and it's free.

I'm Coming Out. by NikkieTutorials

NikkieTutorials is a Dutch makeup artist who came out as transgender in a video that has over 36 million views.

"I am so grateful to you all so much," she said in the comments of the video's 17 minutes.

Minecraft Speedrunner 3 Hunters GRAND FINALE, by Dream

Gaming videos have been a big part of YouTube for quite some time It's not surprising that this video has gotten more than 50,000,000 views.

In this 41-minute roller coaster, user Dream and his friends take on an obstacle course in the game Minecraft. Dream tries to beat the game while his three friends try to stop him.

"It's a race and it's extremely intense, and we had a lot of laughter," Dream wrote in the description of the video.

Ricky Gervais' Monologue – 2020 Golden Globes, by NBC

This was supposed to be comedian Ricky Gervais’ last appearance hosting the Golden Globes. He said that he didn't care who he offended.

And that was clear: He took aim at everyone from Felicity Huffman -- who was sentenced to prison for her part in the college admissions scandal -- to Leonardo DiCaprio and his reputation for his relationship with younger women.

It's a wild ride, and it's been watched 16.5 million times on YouTube.

By Dude Perfect, Quarantine Stereotypes

This video, with 41 million views, is a unique 2020 experience. It documents the various ways we have adapted to the pandemic.

You or someone you know could be comically depicted.

Some Good News with John Krasinski Ep. 1, by SomeGoodNews

With hundreds of thousands of deaths due to the coronavirus pandemic and heightened tensions over racist violence, this year has been rife with negative news.

John Krasinski, an actor best known for his role in the TV show "The Office", escaped quarantine with his YouTube channel that highlights positive stories. It included everything: an honor to frontline health care workers, a virtual prom and even the virtual wedding.

Krasinski hosted eight episodes of the series before selling it to ViacomCBS. Episode 1 was the biggest hit, with 18.3 million views.

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