Miranda Sings have its own series on Netflix

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    Miranda Sings have its own series on Netflix

    The eccentric alter-ego of Colleen Ballinger-Evans will have its own series on Netflix. Tips for carefree life of Miranda Sings will delight the millions of customers streaming service.

    Miranda Sings, the popular alter ego of comedian Colleen Ballinger-Evans, and owner one of the most popular in the world with nearly six million subscribers YouTube channel will have its own series produced by Netflix and exclusively for guests of the online video service.

    The new series is titled, appropriately, “Haters Back Off” , which Colleen will unleash his style and way of looking at life through Miranda Sings. It will have eight episodes of initial form, and although there is still no release date, will be produced by Colleen own, his brother Chris and will be conducted by Perry Rein and Gigi McCreery, two of the writers of Friends . The announcement came on behalf of the Miranda own in a YouTube video where he announced he was pregnant .

    The histrionic character, is no stranger to get out of YouTube. recently reached an agreement with Vimeo to issue exclusive special “Miranda Sings: Selp Helf” in teaching her young fans valuable lessons in respect, self-esteem and self confidence, accompanied by songs and a performance physics. The acting is result of a book of the same title full of the advice of the artist.

    The rise of YouTubers is beyond the platform where they were born recently been particularly fruitful, with Pewdiepie creating their own network href=”http://hipertextual.com/2016/01/action-movie-kid”> announcing Kid Action Movie you would a movie. Like it or not, YouTubers are here to stay, and part of the future of entertainment .


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    Miranda Sings have its own series on Netflix
    Source: www.hipertextual.com  
    January 15, 2016

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