Which YouTubers Have the Most Subscribers?

4. JennaMarbles
14.8 million subscribers

JennaMarbles (Jenna Mourey) was second on our Top 100, and not too far off from that in terms of subscribers. Jenna’s videos are interesting in that pretty much all that’s changed about them over the years is the quality of production, where she’s living, and how many dogs she has around. Mostly known for comedic vlogs, she also occasionally comes out with comedy songs, though always just one video a week on “Wednesdays” (Thursdays).

3. Smosh
19.9 million subscribers

Smosh is a long-running channel by Ian Andrew Hecox and Anthony Padilla featuring comedy skits, music parodies, vlogs, and so much more. What started as them basically just being teens goofing off has grown into a full-fledged empire, and they now have eight channels in addition to this one as well as a movie in development.

2. HolaSoyGerman.
21.4 million subscribers

HolaSoyGerman (Germán Aranis) is a Chilean YouTube comedian who ranks as #2 in subscriber count, trailing far behind PewDiePie but with an impressive count of over 21 million subscribers. He aspires to be an actor in Chile, but for now, his YouTube videos are certainly giving him a lot of notability and experience.

1. PewDiePie
35.1 million subscribers

What is there even to say about PewDiePie? This gaming vlogger has millions more subscribers than anyone on YouTube, and it doesn’t look like he’s going to be dethroned anytime soon. No one is surprised by this, though we’re curious to see exactly how long Felix will hold on to this title.

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