Shane Dawson announces new documentary "Ugly Side of the Beauty World"
1 July 2019, 14:27 | Updated: 1 July 2019, 15:19
A whole lot of tea is about to be spilled and we've never been more ready.
It's time to clear our schedules for Fall because Shane Dawson is coming back with another documentary series and it looks like it's going to be his juiciest one yet.
Shane Dawson just teased what his next video will be
After creating documentaries on Tana Mongeau, Jake Paul and Jeffree Star, the YouTuber revealed that the latest instalment of his popular YouTube series will be on the "ugly" side of the YouTube beauty community.
"Ugly Side of the Beauty World series in the fall and possibly something else in July," he tweeted in reply to a fan. "Some stuff happened that threw a wrench in the conspiracy series, but I'll explain soon. But the series in the fall is A LOT… so trust me, you'll be sick of me by the end of the year."
Ugly Side of the Beauty World series in the fall and possibly something else in july. some stuff happened that threw a wrench in the conspiracy series but i’ll explain soon. but the series in the fall is A LOT..so trust me, you’ll be sick of me by the end of the year haha 😬 https://t.co/AVO2eOxhvb— Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) June 30, 2019
Although Shane didn't say which YouTuber he would be focusing on, we know he's been working very closely with Jeffree Star, who revealed a snippet of the documentary footage on his YouTube channel during a review of Kylie Jenner's skincare line.
And between the James Charles and Tati Westbrook drama that dominated our lives in May and now Jaclyn Hill's lipstick fiasco, it's safe to say he has more than enough material to work with.
This isn't exactly new information, though, because people have been thinking that Shane would return with a documentary series on the beauty community for a while now.
Shane was busy filming when the whole James Charles saga exploded and it was suspected he would jump at the chance to capture it all on tape. Fans were even thinking the whole thing was just a "social experiment" to be turned into a YouTube conspiracy series on cancel culture.
In addition, Shane revealed even more on Twitter about the upcoming series and claimed that his conspiracy theory video would be combined with his beauty series, which he teased back in June on Twitter.
He tweeted: "the main theory will now be incorporated into the beauty series and it just makes more sense to do that. but ill explain more soon."
thank u :,) the main theory will now be incorporated into the beauty series and it just makes more sense to do that. but ill explain more soon 🙏🏻❤️❤️ https://t.co/bo76xGyLDc— Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) June 30, 2019
Whatever it is, just inject it straight into our veins please.