This 8 Year Old Has More YouTube Subscribers Than You
26 August 2016, 10:14
This is the cutest thing ever.
We love seeing the younger generation taking to YouTube; from the 13-year-old vlogging to help others to the six-year-old that's giving Zoella a run for her money. But today we're here to bring you the eight year old filmmaker who has started the cutest YouTube channel in the ENTIRE world.
Grace, the founder of the 'Beary Busy' channel, has taken to the video sharing platform to capture the adventures of her stuffed teddy bear in short motion stop videos - and they're getting thousands of views. You can see for yourself why!
The young girl from the United States launched her channel last Sunday (21st August) and has already uploaded three videos featuring Beary and his adventures. 'Meet BearyBusy', 'Careers for Bears' and 'A Day in the Life of Beary' have altogether received almost 500,000 views in just less than a week. That's pretty good going for an eight year old.
Grace's short videos don't just feature Beary; her drawings also make an appearance as her stuffed toy's backdrops and speech bubbles. The longest video on Beary's channel is called 'A Day in the Life of Beary', and sees the Grace capture Beary brushing his teeth, taking a pretty impressive bubble bath and eating a sandwich, all in the stop motion technique - even some adult film makers would struggle with that!
However, if you were wanting to let Grace know how much you love her 'BearyBusy' series then that might be a little tricky. On all three of the channel's videos the comments section has been disabled, so you can no longer see previous comments or write your own.
If you wanting to see more of Beary, then Grace has got her own 'BearyBusy' website where you can find photos of Beary and artwork that she's drawn and uploaded to the website. Keep up the amazing work Grace!
Make sure to let us know what you think of Grace's 'BearyBusy' series in the comments and in the meantime, make sure to check out our latest episode of SLAY or NAY over on our YouTube channel to catch up with all of this weeks Internet news!