Top 10 Funniest YouTube Channels
Laughter is the best medicine. So, here at NeoReach, we have compiled a list of the funniest YouTube channels to cure your case of the blues. Whether you’re having a bad day or just in need of a good laugh, these comedic YouTube channels and personalities will guarantee you to bust a gut laughing.
Top 10 Funniest YouTube Channels You Should Subscribe To
By Eunna Oh
PewDiePie aka Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg is a Swedish comedian and video producer. The 28-year-old has a whopping 63 million subscribers on his channel, making him the most subscribed YouTuber to date! His channel has over 18 billion views and grows every day. His channel features a variety of different videos, ranging from random vlogs to his famous his “Let’s Play” video series, where he records himself playing video games. PewDiePie’s videos are energetic and slightly obnoxious as PewDiePie’s extreme personality truly differentiates him from all other YouTubers.
Nigahiga, AKA Ryan Higa, is a 28-year-old comedian, actor, and YouTube personality. He has 21 million YouTube subscribers and previously ranked as the most subscribed YouTube channel in the early 2000s. The native Hawaiian now lives in Las Vegas, where he makes YouTube videos and works on his comedy career. Higa started making YouTube videos in 2006 with his friends for fun, as most YouTubers do. They began by making lip-sync videos to popular songs and then shifted to a variety of comedic series. His most well-known video is “Nice Guys,” racking up 76 million views.
Friends Ian Hecox and Daniel Padilla founded Smosh in 2005. Since then, their channel has gained a massive international following due to their hilarious sketch comedy videos. Today they have 23 million subscribers, landing on our list of the most subscribed YouTube channels, with a total of 7 billion views to date. Moreover, Smosh is well-known for their videos game themed music videos and hilarious nerdy skits. Alongside their main channel, the founders also started numerous other channels such as ElSmosh, Shut Up! Cartoons, and Smosh Games. Every other Wednesday they publish new videos to their series titled, “Every [Blank] Ever” and “The Big What If”, while every Friday they post new comedy sketches for us to view.
Jenna Marbles is a YouTube sensation that most millennials grew up watching. Marbles is a YouTube personality, blogger, comedian, and vlogger. She started her career as a writer for Barstool Sports and entered into the YouTube world in 2010. She gained notoriety from her 2010 video titled, “How to Trick People into Thinking You’re Good Looking,” which showcased her wild and aggressive humor to the world, kickstarting her future career. As of today, her account has 18 million subscribers and almost 3 billion views. She is infamous for her slightly crude and brutally honest videos in which she discusses her life as a female and offers her tips on how to navigate through this wild world we inhabit. She posts new videos every Wednesday and Thursday so make sure to subscribe to her channel!
||Superwoman|| AKA Lilly Singh started making YouTube videos in 2010 as an outlet. As a student, she struggled with depression, as she did not want to live the traditional life path that she was on. Singh wanted to be different and used YouTube to help her find a place where she felt true to herself. YouTube was her outlet, and by making other people laugh, she felt better about herself. Singh currently has almost 14 million subscribers and in 2017, Forbes listed her as the tenth highest paid YouTuber. Her channel consists of comedy sketches often based on ethnic and gender stereotypes, and she often incorporates her Punjabi parents. Singh uses humor to talk about societal issues, really opening up the conversation to her followers. In addition to her main channel, she also has another channel for vlogging, SuperwomanVlogs. Singh posts new videos every Monday and Thursday so stay tuned!
Shane Lee Yaw, AKA Shane Dawson is an American comedian, actor, author, and everything else Hollywood as well as a YouTube sensation. He started his YouTube channel in 2005 and has since gained 14 million subscribers and 4 billion views. Shane’s comedic videos incorporate characters he’s made up over the years, parodies of music videos, and celebrity impersonations. He’s had his fair share of scandals over the years but is still considered one of the funniest YouTubers out there. Alongside his main YouTube channel, he has released six songs, podcasts, and a film in which he directed and starred in himself titled Not Cool. Shane has also written a memoir and a book, as well as a short film on his other YouTube account Shane Dawson TV. As you can see, this social media guru has really covered all the bases.
The Annoying Orange is exactly what you’d expect… a very annoying orange. This citrus fruit has human eyes and mouth and likes to run his mouth. He lives in a fruit cart with various other fruits that star in his show. The orange is always annoying the other fruits with funny jokes and his crude humor, but it has further evolved into a TV series, a video game, and a whole line of merchandise. The channel launched in 2010 and has gained 7 million subscribers and over 5 billion views.
CollegeHumor is your go-to YouTube channel for all of you looking to binge watch cringe-worthy viral videos and all of CollegeHumor’s original content. A lot of their content can be inappropriate, therefore we do not advise that anyone under 18 watch these videos. The YouTube channel features and uploads CollegeHumor’s original videos that you can also see on their website. The website started their YouTube channel in 2006 and has accrued 13 million subscribers and over 6 billion views.
Bart Baker is another funny YouTuber that creates top of the line music video parodies. In addition to being a YouTuber, Baker is a singer and producer. He started his social media career creating videos on Live.ly and Vine, as many YouTubers did. In 2006, he began making music video parodies on YouTube, which gained incredible attention and kickstarted his YouTube career. He now has 10 million subscribers and 3 billion views.
You may recognize Miranda Sings from her iconic red lipstick that’s spread across her face. Miranda is a character that Colleen Ballinger created for her YouTube channel. Ballinger is an American actress and comedian whose career skyrocketed after introducing Miranda Sings to the world. Her channel started in 2008 and has accumulated over 1 billion views on her videos and 9 million subscribers. Miranda loves to sing, dance, and record video tutorials for her fans. She is quite a character, with a narcissistic and quirky personality. Miranda is homeschooled and believes that she is the most talented person in the world. She shares her untapped “talent” through recording videos and uses her famous phrase “Haters Back Off!” Miranda Sings was such a hit, that Netflix created a comedy series based on this character called “Haters Back Off.” However, this show is now canceled.
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