Celebrity couples are always a hot topic of conversation and from the jaw-dropping PDA between Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, to the pregnancy news of A$AP Rocky and Rihanna, to the irresistible charm of Tom and Zendaya, this year has been a whirlwind of A-lister romance that has turned heads.
But who are the most talked about celebrity couples of 2022 that have made waves in the media? Well, in their latest Celebrity Power Couple Report of 2022, PrettyLittleThing has analyzed data from the media landscape to reveal the most talked about celebrity power couples of 2022 who never fail to make the headlines. Check out the most talked about celebrity couples of 2022.
The pair first sparked romance rumors when they were spotted holding hands in November 2020, less than one year after her split from longtime love Austin Butler. The couple went Instagram official in honor of Valentine’s Day the following year. “Me and Cole met on a Zoom meditation group. Very random, yes,” the High School Musical star told Entertainment Tonight in April 2021. “Zoom, you’ve got to love it.”
The couple made headlines when they were spotted in Australia sharing a three-way kiss with Tessa Thompson in May 2021. They reportedly began dating a few months prior in March.
YouTubers Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes first got acquainted at a meet and greet in 2012 and went public with their romance the following year. Since then, they've enjoyed heaps of happy milestones together, like moving into their first home and now have a baby girl together.
Alicia and Swizz actually met as teenagers when the singer was just getting started in the music industry. Swizz marriede Mashonda Tifrere and had a son with her in 2006. It’s been widely speculated that Swizz and Mashonda were married when Swizz began seeing Alicia, though the couple claim Swizz and his wife were already broken up by then. The couple have been married since 2010.
Avril recently opened up about meeting Mod when they collaborated on Mod's single Flames on his 2021 album 'Internet Killed the Rock Star.' In an interview with People, she revealed that after sparks flew during their songwriting session, the pair began dating "immediately". "I just followed my heart," she said.
In April 1988, Hanks and Wilson tied the knot. "The success of our relationship was a matter of timing, maturity and our willingness to have an intimate connection," Tom told Oprah Winfrey. 34 years later, they're still going strong!
When Michelle Obama met Barack Obama in 1989 at the Chicago law firm where they both worked, it was not exactly love at first sight — even though he was quite popular around the office. “In my experience, you put a suit on any half-intelligent Black man and white people tended to go bonkers,” Michelle went on to write in her 2018 memoir, 'Becoming. '“I was doubtful he’d earned the hype.”
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are a power couple to be reckoned with — and they have the swoon-worthy love story to prove it. The duo met in 2006 on the set of Legend's “Stereo” music video. Though they parted ways after the shoot, Teigen later told Cosmopolitan in June 2014 that they “hooked up” that night.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have been married for about 15 years, which, in Hollywood terms, is equivalent to 50 years. But despite their long, dedicated relationship and successful careers in the spotlight, the two manage to keep their private life, well... very private.
Little Mix star Perrie Edwards and Liverpool player boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are one of the hottest couples in showbiz and have been together since late 2016/early 2017.
One of the UK's biggest and best exports, the Beckhams remain one of the biggest power couples ever. They've been married for 22 years now, and they've never looked happier - maybe because their combined net worth is $900,000,000.
After making recent headlines of slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars in retaliation to a joke made about Jada's alopecia condition, the couple's relationship was heavily criticized online for Jada's cheating scandal.
Spider-Man's own power couple, TomDaya, have a combined follower count of 165,333,632. After photos emerged of the couple kissing in a car, they have been increasingly showing off their affection for one another at public outings. We're all for it!
In an interview with Vogue, Adele finally spoke about her relationship with Paul, revealing that they were friends for a while before dating. They originally met at a party where she drunkenly joked that he should sign her as a client.
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Blake and Ryan had 2,514 articles written about them in the last 12 months, less than the other top contenders, but with their combined social media following of 71,435,859 they pull their way into the top three.
Harry and Olivia met on the set of a film she was directing in 2020, and the rest was history. Their whirlwind romance has been well-documented so far: living their best lives on yachts and walking hand-in-hand in sunny California. These two have been the talk of the town ever since the first hand-hold sighting, with 4,283 articles written about them in the last 12 months.
From giving way too much information in interviews to bringing some iconic looks to the red carpet, it's no shock that Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox land in second place. They rank second overall for combined social media engagement rate (26.6%) and have had 4,428 articles written about them in the last year.
Justin and Hailey Bieber started dating in 2016 and got married two years later in September 2019. Per PrettyLittleThing, there have been 9,520 articles written about the couple in the last 12 months, making them the most talked about duo on our list.