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Lifestyle influencer legends Alisha Marie McDonal and Remi Cruz discuss quarantine content making, from poolside Coachella shoots to closet podcast re...
While practicing social distancing, the pair have been recording from their respective homes (and, in Marie's case, from her closet).
Airline and flight reviewing YouTubers say views have cratered due to coronavirus and it’s threatening their livelihoods
The YouTubers rely on taking flights to keep their channels going but the coronavirus pandemic has put livelihoods and side hustles in jeopardy.
The rise of David Dobrik, a 23-year-old YouTuber worth over $7 million who got his start making 6-second videos
Here's everything you need to know about the 23-year-old Dobrik, who was born in Slovakia and now has more than 15 million YouTube subscribers.
A vlogger took down a video of his girlfriend where she says she enjoys yelling for help out their bedroom window
Fans of Zoe Sugg (AKA Zoella) criticized her as trivializing domestic violence in her YouTube video.
A vlogger who fans hailed as a ‘cute goddess’ accidentally revealed she was much older than people thought after a livestream technical gl...
The popular Chinese vlogger, known as "Her Royal Highness Qiao Biluo," had long been using beauty filters to look like a young woman online.
Teens are responding to the James Charles and Tati Westbrook drama with ridiculous memes — of course
People are responding to the end of Tati Westbook and James Charles' friendship with funny and cringeworthy memes on TikTok.
While trying to rip the octopus free, she screamed 'painful' and 'I can't remove it.'
The 10 highest-paid YouTubers include the Paul brothers and a 7-year-old toy reviewer — here’s the full list
From trick shots and video games to makeup and toy reviews, YouTube's highest-paid stars are raking in more than $14 million each.
From Zoella through to video gamer KSI.
4 British guys with terrible diets started a YouTube cooking channel and now it’s a real business that’s about to open a cookery school
The British YouTube stars want to take their brand offline.