Jenna Marbles - YouTube star Jenna Marbles hosts Ditch Fridays at Palms Pool & Dayclub at the Palms Casino Resort at Ditch Friday's Pool Party at Palms Resort and Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 16th May 2015
Jenna Marbles - YouTube star Jenna Marbles hosts Ditch Fridays at the Palms Pool and Dayclub inside the Palms Casino Resort at Palms Casino Resort - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 15th May 2015
Youtube sensation Jenna Marbles was photographed as she kicked off the season opener of Ghostbar Dayclub held at the Palms Casino Resort
YouTube announces its first ever awards, we speculate on what the categories will be.
Online video hosting site YouTube have announced plans for their first ever awards, celebrating the people and videos that make the site so popular and dominant in today's web world. Both categories and nominees are yet to be announced, with the promise of a nominee shortlist by the 17th October. Lady GaGa, Arcade Fire and Eminem have all been booked to perform at the November 3rd ceremony.
Lady Gaga Will Perform Live At The Awards Show.
YouTube will emphasise the global nature and worldwide reach of its videos by interspersing high-profile music performances with clips taped in locations across the globe. "Our point is to celebrate YouTube's role in the music ecosystem," says Danielle Tiedt, the YouTube vice president of marketing. "If you think about how most of us encounter music, it's usually on YouTube, whether it's stars like Miley Cyrus and her VMA performance or her new Wrecking Ball video, or musicians like Lindsey [Stirling, violinist], who broke thanks to our site."
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