Skip to Content. If your daughter comes home from school, throws down her backpack, and hops on YouTube -- she's just like millions of other kids. Girls are flocking to the video-sharing site to watch, share, and comment on everything from toy reviews to cheerleading tips to music videos. Until YouTube's app for kids catches on, the original YouTube is still a major destination. And age-inappropriate stuff is only one of the pitfalls. The glut of content about makeup, fashion, hair, and shopping just reinforces the idea that girls only care about -- or should care about -- physical appearance. So, let's rewind that afterschool scenario.
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Emma Chamberlain, 18, is the funniest person on YouTube. What does she do? So far the content of her videos has not been the point: She makes cupcakes, or tries her hand at sewing. She claps her hands, apparently hurting herself. Chamberlain was born in San Bruno, Calif. An only child, her parents divorced when she was 5. Growing up now means that you watch a lot of videos, and make them as well. Chamberlain filmed videos for school — in religion and math classes, videos were required — and for fun.
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Emma Chamberlain is never speechless, but ensconced at a giant corner table at Carbone, the retro Italian-American restaurant in Greenwich Village, the always caffeinated year-old vlogger takes a bite of spicy rigatoni alla vodka and momentarily has no words. But just as quickly as it happens, it's over. Chamberlain instinctively whips out her portable video camera and zooms in, rather comically, on the plate of pasta in front of her and then records her own bug-eyed response. Soon enough, her 7,, YouTube subscribers and counting will also be part of this intimate moment. The day started early for Chamberlain. She had flown in from Los Angeles the afternoon before to attend the Louis Vuitton resort show and arrived on set for her W shoot the next morning promptly at 9 a.
She started her YouTube channel in February , and as of May , she has more than one million subscribers and over million views. She recently released her first original song Aisi Hun  in the project Creators for Change. During her college days, Sejal was not that sure about being a full-time YouTuber but as time passed she did choose to be a YouTuber and decided to forego her placements. She also appeared in the Airtel advertisement. She was a basketball player in high school and a professional dancer with "Danceworx" for 2 years. In SRCC, she joined a few societies, and one of them being street play. While on her first internship trip to Turkey, Sejal uploaded her first video called "summer style turkey".