Most Famous Youtubers and Their Channels
YouTube has become home to the videos that make us cringe, laugh, cry, and a platform for the next generation of celebrities. We as viewers have a myriad of videos at our fingertips. From comedians to makeup tutorials to hilarious reaction videos, to bloggers from all backgrounds, YouTube allows people to subscribe and make anyone a celebrity.
Youtube has given ordinary people a chance to garner millions of subscribers over the past thirteen years. YouTubers have gradually built their followings outside of the control of media giants. Now, they are signing big deals with those companies. In today's world of social media and its influence, there is power and independence in having such a huge fan base.
Here is a list of the popular YouTubers right now:
With 69.3 million subscribers, Felix Kjellberg is the YouTuber with the biggest fan following. He is known to be a problematic Swedish king in the world of YouTube. He's a 28-year-old who loves to review memes and make vlogs. He is also a video game commentator whose videos feature him in playing different video games, while a box in the top corner of the screen shows his reactions to what is happening. After a Wall Street Journal Report described anti-Semitic messages in his videos, leading Disney and YouTube to cut direct business ties with him.
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It surpassed some of the most popular YouTube channels. The simple how-to channel has 35.9 million subscribers. With videos like “20 bathroom hacks to make life easier” and “35 unbelievable cooking hacks,” there is something for everyone.
Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, Tyler Toney, Coby Cotton, and Cory Cotton are college roommates from Texas A&M, who came together to make the Dude Perfect empire. These guys climbed to fame by posting videos of them attempting epic trick shots which helped them quickly rise to the top. Their boyish charm and testosterone-fueled videos have attracted 31.4 million subscribers to take this Dude Perfect online journey.
Initially, their video was composed of basketball trick shots over the fences of their houses. Now, their content has escalated to trick shots from jumbo jet planes and even a Good Year Blimp. They pride themselves at being the “Anti-Jackass” due to their strong-held Christian beliefs. They want to be role models to their young teenage audience.
With 22.3 million subscribers, Evan Fong, a 25-year-old Canadian who started his Youtube Channel VanossGaming. He posts comedy related videos that show him playing various video games. He has terrific editing skills, and he frequently displays montages that compress his hours of gaming into one compact video of funny moments.
Yuya is a 24-year-old Mexican beauty vlogger. She has 20.5 million subscribers and posts makeup, hair, and other beauty tutorials. She also has a secondary channel where she talks about her day-to-day life. She is the most popular YouTuber from Mexico. She became famous after she won a makeup contest when she was just 16-years-old. After winning, she took her talents and started a YouTube channel.
Ryan Higa, a YouTuber with 20.4 million subscribers, goes by the name NigaHiga. He was one of the first major YouTube stars. He produces a variety of comedy videos, including sketches, music videos, and makes short commentaries about pop culture. His videos have been made with high production value and a professional touch. He also includes quick, funny, and incisive sensibility.
It is a YouTube channel with 22.7 million subscribers. Andrew Hecox and Daniel Padilla started this channel with commentary videos and pop culture skits in 2005. The channel turned network now includes several actors and three secondary YouTube channels.