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PewDiePie celebrates 10 years on YouTube, as he raves about ‘gorgeous’ Mrs. Marzia Kjellberg
PewDiePie is celebrating its 10th anniversary of uploading videos to YouTube - and what a decade it's been.
The YouTube star, who has a fan base of more than 100 million, went through his videos from the last decade, revealing some clips from the early days that he would later list as private.
’10 years ago, we made it! If you don't know why I say 10 years from now, my channel will just insist on your 10 year anniversary, ’Felix said.
“I've been uploading it consistently on YouTube for 10 years - I think even longer. But technically I started using the PewDiePie channel 10 years ago.
‘Thank you for your interest!’ He added before declaring he would “skip all that juicy s ** t” and watch some of his videos again.
The YouTube star even showed an old video he made for his current wife, Marzia, before dubbing it "too cringey".
However, it's not that smooth sailing, with the YouTuber revealing he suffered ‘so much hatred’ in 2013.
He also looked back on his relationship with his wife Marzia (Image: @ itsmarziapie / Instagram)
Also opening up about his 2015 joke that he would have deleted his channel, Felix added: “The original idea was intentional because I was so exhausted I was overloaded.
“It was way too much. I was fed up with being so "famous". I just realized I wasn't going to enjoy it. There was a time I wish I had a smaller channel and nobody knew who I was. '
Still, things definitely turned out for the best.
‘2019 baby, this is where we came back,’ he thought. ‘That's when I went out - I never thought - of this guy in Sweden to marry this amazing, gorgeous woman from Italy, [and I've] gone through all of these amazing experiences."
‘In the end, I realize what I like to do is creating content for my channel - I always have priority that’ Felix continues.
"I know that sounds really shudder and cliché ... but I wouldn't enjoy it if it wasn't for you guys to watch."
It's definitely been a successful week for the star after signing an exclusive live streaming contract with YouTube after previously streaming DLive.
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He said in a statement: “YouTube has been my home for over a decade now and streaming live on the platform feels like a natural addition as I continue to find new ways to create content and interact with fans worldwide .
"Live streaming is something that I'll be focusing a lot on in 2020 and beyond, so being able to partner with YouTube and be on top of new product features is special and exciting for the future."
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