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Some Of North Carolina’s Most Googled Celebrities Have This In Common

Have you ever 'Googled' yourself?  Come on, admit it.  If not, you might consider trying it.  And, the results could surprise you even if you're not famous.   But, when it comes to some of North Carolina's most googled celebrities it seems they have one particular thing in common. According to Bet Carolina's latest study of Google numbers, the top 10 most searched celebs include some of the obvious choices.  However, several of the top 10 are alike in their occupation.  Of course, there was a variety of folks from all walks of life including actors, singers, social media influencers and athletes.  And, that's where we find common ground among North Carolina's most Googled celebrities. So, basketball is a huge part of North Carolina's history.  Therefore, I guess it's no surprise that 4 of North Carolina's most Googled celebrities are basketball players.  And, the first one who comes to mind is obviously Michael Jordan.  Bet Carolina says Jordan's search volume in 2023 was 922,000. Next on the list is Steph Curry.  Curry, who attended Davidson University and is a decorated athlete has strong North Carolina roots.  And, Curry racked up 916,000 searches for the year studied.  Also, his other passion is a game near and dear to my family.  Curry's Underrated Golf Tour, spotlights up and coming junior golfers.  And, the summer tournament works to give more access to the sport. Then, coming in at number 5 on the list of North Carolina's most Googled celebrities is Zion Williamson.  The Duke attendee became the fourth youngest NBA player to be selected to an All-Star game in 2021.  Williamson was born in Salisbury and garners an impressive 657,000 searches. And finally, Winston-Salem's Chris Paul rounds out the foursome.  This member of North Carolina's most Googled celebrities racked up 419,000 searches in 2023.  Nicknamed "CP3" and "the Point God," Paul attended Wake Forest.  And, Paul was a 1st round, 4th overall pick in the 2005 NBA draft. Bet Carolina set the parameter for inclusion on the list as 'a person who resided in North Carolina in their formative childhood and teenage years for over 10 years.'  Of course, the list included country music superstar Luke Combs, You Tube phenomenon MrBeast and plenty more.  So, be sure to take a look at the full story. [select-listicle listicle_id="459506" syndication_name="13-famous-people-you-might-not-know-are-buried-in-north-carolina" description="yes"]

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