Liza Koshy’s viral YouTube parodies of 73 Questions caught the eyes of Vogue, who decided to grant her an invitation for a real-life 73 Questions.
YouTube star, Liza Koshy, has over 12 million subscribers, who watch her entertaining videos and parodies. She began posting comic videos on Vine in 2013 and quickly gained attention for her funny and relatable videos.
In 2017, she became “the fastest YouTube personality to reach 10 million subscribers”, as she puts out comedy content that makes everyone laugh, as well as cooking videos and challenges.
She describes her job as “making content to make people feel content” with mental health being one of her top priorities, which she talks about in her Q&A videos. Last year she also interviewed Barack Obama, as part of a campaign to encourage young people to vote. Her carefree and humorous spirit is the reason why her audience is thriving for her, proving the success of a self-made online success.
She recently uploaded two parody videos of Vogue’s 73 Questions participated by her alter-agos, Helga and Jet Packinski, which earned more than 25.5 million views. The enormous popularity caught the attention of Vogue, and with that she got invited for her own personal 73 Questions.
Upon meeting Koshy in her apartment, Lilah Ramzi writes for Vogue.com:
“Asked what’s up with all of the plants, Koshy explains, “I am a gardener, I have a big green thumb, and I can take care of these plants really easily because they are all fake.” Also slightly less than authentic is a batch of cookies Koshy “made” for the occasion (store-bought plastic containers linger in the background). As the oven timer dings, Koshy retrieves a baking sheet of cookies artfully iced to read “Met Gala??””
Watch Liza Koshy’s 73 Questions with Vogue below: