Sunday, October 29, 2017

Blind Item #6

This married You Tube star/network reality star who got his start doing some crazy things in six seconds on Vine has been hooking up with a guy almost every weekend while he leaves his celebrity wife at home. 

12 comments:

Cary Gaul said...

Youtube stars. Oy vey.

Cary Gaul said...

Anyway. Is this Jake Paul? I have no clue.

Cee Kay said...

YouTubers. FUCKING YOUTUBERS! Or Teen Moms or Housewives. Never any soap star blinds, though.

daria morgendorffer said...

At this point, I would prefer blinds about z-list actors from bad Lifetime movies (I know, they're all bad) than youtube "stars."

Orionreid said...

Pew De Pie

zerooptions said...

Don't dismiss the youtube stars, some of them are earning more than network / movie stars.
If I wasn't so shy, modest and more photogenic i'd be making videos every few days and pray it would become bigger than those ugly kardashian girls...meaning the videos, not my ass!

daria morgendorffer said...

I don't doubt that quite a few youtubers do well financially, but that doesn't mean people want to hear "gossip" about them.

WendyWhoppersJr said...

Well it did say “celebrity wife” so, it’s also a blind about her, a “real” celebrity. But who cares what medium they’re in, someone widely known is of interest to enough people there’s no reason they shouldn’t be mentioned here. (Y’all seem to complain a lot. Not everything has to tickle YOUR pickle to have value.)

Scandi Sanskrit said...

There is nothing wrong with being on YouTube as a "YouTuber" (someone who posts content for YouTube). Most actors are only on YouTube/Vimeo to post their reel or something.

But I've had this idea to use my YouTube/Instagram to prove that I can act, I've been posting videos of me just talking about my life (even sometimes running errands like buying planners) as myself.

I think I'm going to challenge people to buy tickets to my show (in theatre) and see how I'm different from the girl they saw on YouTube. Also, if anyone accuses me of being a bad actress, I've been thinking about showing people my channel and going like, "this is the REAL me, how is it anything like my performance when I played XYZ character?" In theory it's effective (I hope I will manage to play my character differently than my YouTube self—I actually do stuff inn the play I'm going to be in stuff that I've done on YouTube as myself).

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I'm glad nobody wants to hear gossip about YouTubers, that's actually very comforting...

FraiseTagada said...

I know that Tanya BUrr's husband, Jim Chapman, is gay for sure.

e said...

Miranda Sings.

(I have a 14 year old.)

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