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You Tube is a video recording sharing parcel of land that has achieved world quality since it launched in 2005. While the official purpose of the site is to host soul videos and content clips, it is unofficially the place where you can watch copyrighted materials from all types of mediums, search for random / odd clips and/or check out the latest journal entries and videos from notable users. It was founded by programming students afroasiatic Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim; the opinion came to Karim when he had difficulty finding clips of two major events in early 2004: The South Asian tsunami and later Janet Jackson's Wardrobe give way at that year's Super Bowl halftime show.
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, 24, has a hot You Tube beauty vlog (video blog), which has led to her own lipstick and nail-polish range in Superdrug. The former make-up counter girl (she worked for Laura Mercier and Clinique in department stores) is likewise being pursued by premium brands – Chanel, Dior and YSL on a regular basis send her freebies hoping they’ll appear in her ‘Get ripe With Me’ make-up tutorials or Instagram feed. ‘No, they can save up, or they can speech act them from their parents as birthday presents.’, 22, from Brighton, is second-best known for his challenge videos. Hugely popular with his mainly female fanbase, these often involve PG-rated nudity and include stunts such as chest waxing and an ‘Eggs to the face’ quiz, in which he and fellow You Tuber Alfie Deyes (both shirtless) smash eggs on each other’s heads when they get an answer wrong.