Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and Vladimir Zelensky was at the top of Google searches. However, the President of Ukraine ahead of the star of the series “My fair nanny”.
Search engine Google publishes a list of the most popular requests. Published a ranking of the queries that arose the interest of Ukrainians in 2019-th. Najpopularniju topic in Ukraine was the last season of the cult TV series “Game of thrones”.
Vladimir Zelensky, photo: Office of the President of Ukraine
Also, very often users searched for information about President Vladimir Zelensky and Russian singer Yulia Nachalova, who died in March 2019. In addition to them, the Ukrainian Internet users are interested in the results of the elections and debates of candidates for President.
Not surprisingly, in the top of Google searches and news about Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, which, according to local reports, diagnosed with brain cancer. Also in the ranking of leading destinations are the series “Chernobyl” and the musical contest “Eurovision”.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, photos: Anews
It is worth mentioning, former actor Vladimir Zelensky and Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk starred in the movie “Office romance. Our time”, and in 2013 took part in the filming of the entertainment program “Evening Kiev”. It is known that the current Ukrainian President made friends with the actress and repeatedly came to visit a colleague with his wife. She, in turn, one of the first congratulated him on his victory in the presidential election.
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