Wait, Did THE Ainsley Harriott Just Follow PewDiePie On Twitter?!

8 March 2017, 11:24 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:40

We the Unicorns

By Charleyy Hodson

There's video evidence - but what do you think?!

If you've watched ANY PewDiePie video in the last few months, you will have noticed that Felix has made friends with a charming cardboard cutout that goes by the name of Ainsley Harriott. As the loveable British chef and demonic figure in Felix's videos, the Bro Army have gone completely nuts over the Harriott narrative... and now it looks like things have been taken a step further.

Dolan Darker shared a video on his Twitter page that shows Felix reacting to the news that the "OFFICIAL Twitter page for all things Ainsley Harriott" now follows him. He responds excitably by saying: "OH MY GOD! Ainsley's following me on Twitter! FINALLY! Ainsley, if you're watching, I love you... have my babies". Harriott is yet to respond to this biologically impossible request.

You can see the amazing moment the Ainsley and Felix ship became a reality in the video below:

While the video has been shared like crazy, and the Twitter page did indeed follow Felix before anyone else, some people have doubts whether or not this is the REAL Ready, Steady, Cook chef. In addition to following the Wall Street Journal, he mostly tweets about his "hot and spicy meat" and being a "#saltbae". That being said, he's also rocking 362k followers - which kinda legitimises him a bit, don't you think?

If there's anymore updates on this newly formed friendship, we'll let you know, but for now it's worth giving @AinsleyCooks a follow himself for anymore immediately PewDiePie interactions! This is a relationship to watch...


UPDATE: In addition to setting up his own YouTube channel, the legitimacy questions of Ainsley's Twitter has now been answered - as he's been suspended by Twitter on March 11th. We're unsure why the account was suspended, but chat seems to be around the fact it was impersonating another human being, in addition to being ran by a 12-year-old from Kentucky.