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4 YouTubers You'd Probably Never Watch But Should Anyway

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4 YouTubers You'd Probably Never Watch But Should Anyway

First and foremost, I love watching YouTube. Then again, who doesn't? For me personally, I don't stick to just one kind of genre. I love anything from fitness, vlogs, beauty, or just plain weird. Unfortunately, I can't make a mile long list of all of my favorites, so here are my top 4.

1. Shane Dawson

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When I first started watching Shane Dawson's videos, I was in high school. At the time, I was 16 and I had just discovered YouTube. As weird or embarrassing as it may sound, I STILL watch his videos 10 years later. With over 17 million subscribers, Shane is a vlogger/documentary maker/conspiracy theorist/storyteller who posts the most amazing videos. Not only that, but he's also quirky, fun, and flat-out hilarious. If you've never heard of him before, then you're totally missing out.

2. Trisha Paytas

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Oh...Trisha Paytas. Where do I begin?! She is probably the rawest person you'll ever watch on YouTube. No literally, she sometimes doesn't even edit her videos. She'll straight up post an hour-long video of just talking. The best way to describe her videos is kind of like a really bad train wreck that you can't look away from. With a combined total of over 5 million subscribers, she's full of multiple personalities and you never really know what she's going to post next. One minute she's crying on her kitchen floor about a breakup, eating alone in her car, making music videos, vlogging extravagant vacations, and more. Yes, Trisha is a little controversial at times, but that's what makes her so intriguing. At time's you'll think to yourself "wow did she really just say/do that?"

3. Nikki Blackketter

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Nikki Blackketter, also known as "Nikki b", is down to earth, funny, quirky and the virtual BFF that you never knew you needed. She is a vlogger, fitness queen, Gymshark model, cat lover, harry potter freak, and drop-dead gorgeous. She's not afraid to rock a bare face on camera and doesn't come off as high maintenance or narcissistic like other fitness YouTubers. With a little over 700,000 subscribers, her channel will give you all the feels.

4. James Charles

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"Hi sisters! James Charles here and welcome BACK to my YouTube channel." This sassy makeup guru has over 8 million subscribers and his videos consist of all things beauty. Whether it's a makeup tutorial, makeup challenge, singing, or filming with his little bro, he is taking over the beauty industry. For me personally, I never even really watched makeup tutorials until I discovered his channel. Not only is he full of energy, but he's also super successful at such a young age. Also, I'm totally jealous that he can do his makeup better than me.

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