The Most Subscribed YouTube Channels In 2019
28 February 2018, 17:33 | Updated: 1 April 2019, 11:08
Welcome to the big leagues
10. YouTube Spotlight (27 million subscribers)
YouTube's own channel starts the list off. Kind of cheating if you ask us, but we'll let them have it.
9. Dude Perfect (27 million subscribers)
If you love watching a guy hit a golf ball through the eye of a needle from three miles away while blindfolded and being attacked by a bear, you'll love Dude Perfect, the perfect channel for dudes who love watching perfect dudes do do dude things perfectly, dude.
8. elrubiusOMG (27 million subscribers)
Rubén Doblas Gundersen, known by his username elrubiusOMG is a Spanish gamer and vlogger. consists of gameplays and vlogs. He has the second most subscribed Spanish language channel and the most subscribed YouTube channel in Spain.
7. TaylorSwiftVEVO (27 million subscribers)
Pop star Taylor Swift comes in at number 7, making her the most subscribed woman on the list and indeed, on the website. Good for her.
6. Canal KondZilla (28 million subscribers)
Konrad Cunha Dantas, known by his stage name KondZilla, is a Brazilian music video producer, director and screenwriter. Konrad has directed over 300 music videos and his channel is hugely popular among Spanish speakers.
5. Ed Sheeran (28 million subscribers)
Ed Sheeran, known by his stage name 'Ed Sheeran' is an English songwriter who... look, let's save some time here: you know who Ed Sheeran is. It's this bloke:
4. HolaSoyGerman (33 million subscribers)
HolaSoyGerman is the username of Chilean YouTube comedian and writer Germán Alejandro Garmendia Aranis. See, his name is German, he isn't actually German himself, so his username 'hello I am German' refers to that. We're all learning stuff today, aren't we?
3. JustinBieberVEVO (34 million subscribers)
The boy man that everyone loves to hate and now loves to love - and honestly at this point it's hard to keep track of how people feel about him. But hey it doesn't matter when he has bangers like this:
2. T-Series (36 million subscribers)
T-Series is an Indian music company, founded in the 1980s, which is mainly known for Bollywood music soundtracks. T-Series is the most-viewed YouTube channel in the world. Hot damn:
1. PewDiePie (61 million subscribers)
Felix, Felix, Felix - what YouTube fan worth their salt has not heard of Felix? He's the biggest YouTuber on the platform by a country mile, sitting a comfortable 25 million subscribers ahead of his nearest competitor. Mad lad.
Just how big is PewDiePie's audience? THIS big:Posted by We The Unicorns on Wednesday, 8 February 2017