Charna Rowley, 22, is pursuing her dream of becoming the UK’s first mukbang Youtube star.
Grant Thompson, a popular YouTuber who racked up millions of subscribers and billions of views by sharing life-hack and experimental videos, died on Monday night in a paragliding accident in Utah. He was 38-years-old. Thompson's brother,
Huge queues formed at the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham on Saturday as around 8,000 fans waited to catch a glimpse of YouTuber James Charles. "It brought the Bullring to a standstill and extra police had to be brought in," said
A seven-year-old boy is a multi-millionaire thanks to his YouTube channel. Ryan of Ryan ToysReview has had incredible success on the platform since 2015. The videos feature him opening, unboxing and playing with toys, and have been viewed more
A Lamborghini Gallardo has been turned into a rally car by Dutch supercar experts Mugello Engineering. The mid-engined V10 car is not an ordinary choice for a rally car by any stretch of the imagination, but its unique presence has made it a
The video to 2012 mega hit Gangnam Style is no longer the world's most played YouTube video. The promo to accompany the song by South Korean pop star Psy has been bumped off the top spot by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's video for See
A Tesla Model X owner from the United States had a cute surprise after discovering a kitten had got inside the bumper of his car. The unidentified owner of the electric SUV posted videos on YouTube of him first discovering the trapped feline,
Volkswagen has announced it will reveal the new 2017 Polo later this week. The event, which will take place on Friday June 16 at 9:00am GMT, will be broadcast live on YouTube and see the unveiling of the sixth-generation
Motoring journalists glibly refer to supercars such as the Lamborghini Aventador as "fire-spitting" but few realise just how true their words can be. This video from Belgium shows the potential for unexpected danger from such
The Ford Mustang's reputation precedes it – highly powered, with a tendency to lose control and plough into other cars, buildings and crowds. Such is the frequency of these incidents that they have assumed the name of the Ford
YouTube personality Pewdiepie has created a bizarre video commercial for the new Nissan Micra. The Swedish gamer hosts the most popular channel on the video sharing website. He has more than 51 million subscribers, which is double what the
YouTuber Megan Michell usually does your typical beauty tutorial videos, from pretty summery eye looks to vampy glam ones.
An alleged robber fleeing the scene of a crime mowed down a motorcyclist after driving his getaway car on the wrong side of the road. Footage of the crash in Malaysia was shared to YouTube by user Panglima Mehdi Putra with the caption