Emma Chamberlain is one of the most successful vloggers around. She has more than 8.5 million subscribers on YouTube and has been able to build an empire on her own. Her unique videos and great humor have helped her achieve success.
She is an entrepreneur and has built her business on three main platforms: her YouTube channel, podcast Anything Goes, and coffee store. She has also worked with brands such as Louis Vuitton and Cartier.
Her podcast is a weekly series where she talks about hot topics and current events. She also hosts celebrity interviews for the magazine Vogue.
Unlike other popular vloggers, she isn’t afraid to talk about her struggles with anxiety and mental health. Her content offers a sense of comfort to people going through similar issues.
She understands how social media can make a person feel pressured to look a certain way. She knows the importance of being yourself and not letting anyone tell you what to do or how to act.
A few of her most popular videos are about thrifting, learning to cook, and finding the perfect pair of sunglasses. But she has been making a move toward more serious topics recently, tackling issues such as self-esteem and body image.
She recently apologized for a photo on Instagram that made her fans uncomfortable. It showed her pulling her eyes back and was reminiscent of the "fox-eye trend," which mocks Asian eye shapes. It has been criticized as racially insensitive and she has deleted it. She has also been accused of using blackface in a video, and she says she is sorry for that as well.