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You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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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.

1 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.


2 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.


3 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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


4 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.


5 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.



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


7 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.


8 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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.


9 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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



10 You Won't Believe How Much 2015’s Highest YouTube Earners Made (10 pics)

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№1 Author: monkfish1968 (22 Oct 2015 04:24) Total user comments: 483


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I think its great that you can earn a living from doing or talking about something that you love on youtube. Anyone can do it if so motivated, good on these people for making it work for them. There are also many talented singers and bands I have discovered only because youtube allows them to make a living and therefore put time into their music instead into a 9 to 5 job.
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№2 Author: Pete (22 Oct 2015 21:33) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: monkfish1968
I think its great that you can earn a living from doing or talking about something that you love on youtube. Anyone can do it if so motivated, good on these people for making it work for them. There are also many talented singers and bands I have discovered only because youtube allows them to make a living and therefore put time into their music instead into a 9 to 5 job.


Totally agree, whole new level of exposure entertainment based on performance, not PR campaigns and the yae or nay of some fat f*cks in a boardroom.
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№3 Author: LewisJones (22 Oct 2015 23:06) Total user comments: 2206


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don't believe it.....
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