Ryan Higa, better known as Nigahiga for his YouTube channel of the same name, is an American YouTube personality of Japanese origin. The channel was created in 2006 by Higa and his friend Sean Fujiyoshi, who started by posting videos of themselves lip-syncing to songs of famous singers. They soon shifted to comic videos and the series of 'How to be' videos on so-called 'tips' to become a ninja, gangster or nerd became very popular with his fans. A natural comedian, Higa produces, directs, writes for, and acts in his videos which often feature guest appearances by Tim Enos, Ryan Villaruel, Kyle Chun, and Tarynn Nago. When it comes to the numbers, Higa has had an eventful timeline on YouTube. One of the most subscribed to YouTubers, he has over 18 million subscribers to his primary channel ˜Nigahiga' and 4.4 million to his second channel ˜HigaTV', which usually contains behind-the-scene footage from the videos on his primary channel. He was the first YouTuber to reach 3 million subscribers, and once even had more subscribers than the famous Pop singer Taylor Swift. He also gained second spot in the Variety magazine's #Famechangers Digital Star ranking in 2015.
Lip sync and hand dance performer who rose to fame through the use of her rachel.brockman TikTok account. Her performances have earned her over 2 million fans and more than 44 million likes in total.
Alexis G. Zall, a YouTuber and actress, is one of those very few artists who have climbed up the social media success ladder in just a matter of years. And with a channel that will make you laugh out loud for hours, Alexis surely deserves to be in the spotlight. A YouTuber that has literally grown up in front of her audience's eyes, Alexis is not a new name to the contemporary world, and her sense of humor is what everyone swears by! Due to her wittiness and utterly honest and raw videos it is no shocker that over 1 million subscribers follow her YouTube channel. Go on and get hooked to her channel, and in just a matter of minutes, you'd be one of those 1 million, fallen head over heels for this witty celebrity!
Animal rights activist known for being the chief executive officer of the non-profit animal sanctuary Big Cat Rescue. In 2020, she appeared in the hit Netflix documentary Tiger King.
Famous as one of the three sibling stars of the popular KittiesMama YouTube channel, Jonah is also known for his Instagram account, which has earned over 120,000 followers. The KittiesMama YouTube channel has accumulated more than 2.3 million subscribers.
Kim Hyuna is a South Korean singer-songwriter, dancer, and model. She rose to popularity in the late 2000s, as a part of the girl group Wonder Girls. She made her solo debut in 2010, with the single "Â¬Â¬Â¬Change". It was a success, peaking at the 2nd position on the Gaon Digital Chart. Motivated by the positive response, she went on to release her first extended play ˜Bubble Pop!' the next year. Its title track was a huge hit, selling more than 2.5 million copies. This track also made her the first female K-pop solo artist to reach 100 million views on a single YouTube video. Besides being a solo artiste, she also worked as a member of the girl group ˜4Minute' for several years. With this group, she released two albums: ˜Diamond' and ˜4Minutes Left'. Although she is not much interested in acting, Kim Hyuna made a cameo appearance in the 2010 film ˜Midnight FM,' marking her film debut.
Nikki Baker is a YouTube star who rose to popularity with the hilarious prank videos and vlogs which she creates alongside her partner <a title='John Dahl' href='/famous/john-dahl.htm'>John Dahl</a>. The duo manages a bunch of channels, covering different themes. Their main channel, ˜Pranksters in Love,' pretty much explains what the couple is all about! Fun loving, eccentric, and downright quirky, Nikki and John do the craziest things to irritate each other in front of the camera and share their antics with the world. Their craziness has earned them over 1.5 million fans and made them internationally popular as that eccentric YouTube couple! In addition to their main channel, they also have a vlog channel where they document their day-to-day routines. And what to say, even the routine life of this couple is so entertaining! In addition to the channels she runs alongside John, Nikki also has a personal vlog channel ˜Your Favorite Nikki' where she posts tutorials, comedy sketches, story-time videos, mom stuff, and more!
Dennis Roady is an American YouTube personality best known for his prank videos which he posts on his YouTube channels ˜Dennis Roady Deeds' and ˜howtoPRANKitup.' As of June 2017, his ˜howtoPRANKitup' channel had over 3.4 million subscribers and 558 million views; ˜Dennis Roady Deeds' had 1 million subscribers and 94 million views; and ˜Dennis RoadyVlogs' had 213k subscribers and 10 million views. He wants to shock the world with his pranks, and help people with his good deeds. He was featured in the YouTube Red series ˜Fight of the Living Dead: Experiment 88,' in which ten YouTubers were placed in a zombie apocalypse condition. A born prankster, he caused a ruckus during the industry preview of a mobile app called ˜Dude, your car!' The app allows users to morph photos of cars and make them look damaged with scratches, dents, and clamped wheels or even on fire. Using the app, he played pranks on people and secretly recorded their reactions. When Dennis was hired by a Russian YouTube channel to review cars at the Detroit auto show, he couldn't let the opportunity pass by to play a prank with the same app. He made a three-minute video of it, which showed him fake-scratching a Mercedes-Maybach and Audi, and putting a fake dent on the side of a Dodge Challenger T/A Concept. The video earned more than 250k views within a few days. When he showed the image of the dented Challenger to a product specialist, she was immensely shocked, and ran to the car. Her reaction gave Roady more prank ideas. After the success of this video, he is now working with Mobilaga, an app developer, to develop a new pranking app compatible with Apple and Android products.
Queen Key is an American rapper known for releasing numerous hit singles, including "Hit A Lic, "Killa, "Baked as a Pie and "Take Money. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Queen Key developed her love for singing and rapping at the young age of six. Born as Ke'Asha McClure, she adopted the name Queen Key during her high school days. She began rapping as a hobby when she was a teenager. With time, she decided to take music more seriously, ultimately pursuing a professional rapping career. Today, Key has emerged as one of the few young female rappers in a field that is known to be dominated by males. Blessed with brilliant vocal skills and dancing abilities, she has managed to create a niche for herself in the music industry. She creates music mainly for women; thus, it is no surprise that most of her fans are young females. She also runs a channel on YouTube where she routinely uploads her singles and the accompanying music videos. In addition, she develops videos via VidLab and posts them on Instagram where she has thousands of followers. On a personal note, Key seems to be a bold and confident woman. She is extremely ambitious and incredibly positive in her life.
Dina Tokio is an Egyptian“English beauty vlogger/blogger and social-media personality. She is currently based in London and has emerged as an influential and successful hijabi woman in the UK. Her beauty vlogs and blogs not only provide beauty, fashion, and makeup tips to hijabi women but also inspire them to have their own opinions. Dina has thoroughly used social media to advocate the empowerment of Muslim women. Dina owns three 'YouTube' channels and a clothing line. She has also launched a book titled 'Modestly,' which is a combination of her autobiography, her fashion blogs, and some parenting advice. Dina's contribution to uplift the fashion statement of Muslim women has earned her a few rewards, including a 'BBC' documentary.
American actress best known for her portrayal of Lily Tucker-Pritchett, the adopted daughter on the television sitcom Modern Family.
Dancer best recognized as one member of the South Korean boy band NCT and the sub-unit NCT 127. The sub group's eponymous EP topped out at #2 on both the Korean and US World charts after it was released in July of 2016.