Stars who shot to fame from YouTube

Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 06:00:34 AM. FROM music artists to models, there are many stars who have found fame by wandering down the mystical path of YouTube.
Beach Bunny Swimwear - Runway - MBFW Swim 2012 FROM music artists to models, there are many stars who have found fame by wandering down the mystical path of YouTube. You might be surprised that these famous celebrities are living it up thanks to sharing their videos online. JUSTIN BIEBER The Biebs is probably the most iconic YouTube star to date. JB started posting homemade videos of him singing online at the mere age of 12. As the videos he shared began accumulating thousands of views it didn’t take long for Scooter Braun to stumble across the superstar. Braun, who is still Bieber’s manager today, introduced him to Usher and the rest is history. Justin Bieber performing on stage in Paris. Picture: AFP / Christophe Archambault Source: AFP 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER The Aussie band used YouTube to share its covers of popular songs and it didn’t take long for the fans to swoon. With a solid fan base built from their own hard work online, their videos gained public approval of boy band, One Direction . 1D’s Louis Tomlinson set their fame in stone when he tweeted one of 5SOS’ covers and said, “Been a fan of his band for a while, everyone get behind them.” 100,000 likes and 99,000 retweets later they ended up touring with One Direction, shooting them to international stardom. The four band members, Luke Hemming, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin, have since started their own label called Hi or Hey Records . 5SOS band members, Ashton Irwin, Calum Hood, Luke Hemmings and...Read more
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