We asked via our email newsletter if any Same Same readers were famous on YouTube, and found an eclectic mix of extraordinary talent… and a few folks with way too much free time.
We laughed, and cried, and cringed, and whittled down our eight bandwidth-worthy favourites from the dozens of YouTube links we received from around Australia. Enjoy!
This innocent-looking gay softie had a wild time at Sydney Mardi Gras. He was spotted at the party with a man’s arm inside him:
Happy Birthday He-Man
Whatever happened to He-Man and Skeletor? Time sure does fly. He-Man turned 40 recently, according to this stop-motion tragicomedy:
This Sydney-based video blogger tells us he’s never short of something funny or fabulous to say. Here he dreams of having a million dollars to spend on comedy wigs:
Same Same’s Brisbane editor Hazy is in a band called Dizzygotheca, which plays beautifully bittersweet electronica. The video for this track from their EP A Little Closer to the Truth was filmed in four hours but took a painstaking five days to edit together:
Meanwhile, this gorgeous composition was a gift from classical musician/composer/performer Sally Whitwell to her partner Glennda:
The Diva Dance
What do you get when you cross a smurf with a singing and dancing homosexual? We think this Surry Hills resident is truly out of this world:
Ready for the Weekend
A bunch of Sydney mates threw a party and put their silliness to a funky Calvin Harris soundtrack:
Flash Mob on Bondi Beach
By popular demand, here’s our favourite camp Aussie YouTube clip of last year. Sydney drag diva Joyce Maynge led over 100 beachgoers in a Bondi flash mob dance-off. Here’s the fantabulous result:
Well done everyone!
If you or someone you know is a YouTube sensation, give us all a giggle by sharing the links below.