Thursday, October 22, 2015

2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Worldwide

These YouTube stars are laughing all the way to the bank.

Rosanna Pansino. $2.5 Million. If you ever wanted to watch a cute girl make cupcakes, then look no further. Rosanna bakes delicious treats for her 5 million subscribers every week.

Roman Atwood – Roman Atwood Pranks. $2.5 Million. You know that video about the guy who pranks his wife into thinking their son gets blown up on a four wheeler? Well, that’s Roman Atwood and his 7 million subscribers think he’s pretty funny.

Lilly Singh – IISuperwomanII. $2.5 Million. With 7 million subscribers, Lilly Singh has made a name for herself creating funny sketches, doing Q&As, and even interviewing celebrities like Selena Gomez.

Michelle Phan. $3 Million. Michelle is famous for her make-up tutorials that she puts out each week for her 8 million subscribers.

Olajide Olatunji – KSI. $4.5 Million. KSI has over 10 Million subscribers who watch him do a variety of random things from play video games to performing hip-hop.

Rhett McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln Neal III – Rhett & Link. $4.5 Million. These two create comedy sketches starring themselves with their most popular video being a rap battle between a nerd and a geek.

Lindsey Stirling. $6 Million. With 7 million subscribers, Lindsey Stirling creates incredible music with her violin. She looks good doing it too.

Benny and Rafi Fine – Fine Brothers Entertainment. $8.5 million. Ever seen those “kids react” videos? Well that’s thanks to these brothers who have a whopping 13 million subscribers.

Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla – Smosh. $8.5 Million. With 21 million subscribers, Ian and Anthony create comedy sketches, record honest trailers, and they even have their own store.

Felix Kjellberg – PewDiePie. $12 Million. With 40 million subscribers, PewDiePie makes his fortune by recording himself playing video games with ridiculous commentary.

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