YouTube’s punniest women are putting together a live comedy show! Will Grace comment on comments? Will Mamrie already be passed out by 4? Who knows!
This Might Get Weird, Y’all starring Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart! is LIVE ON STAGE in Dublin’s Vicar Street on November 27th. Who are they?
Grace Helbig is a comedian, actress, video blogger and creator / star of “Its Grace” (over 3.1 m subscribers), for which she’s been awarded a Webby. She is also the creator of the IAWTV and Streamy award winning web series “DailyGrace“.
She has just completed her first season of “The Grace Helbig Show” a new late night talk show for E. She is in production on “Not Too Deep With Grace Helbig”, her top Itunes rated podcast; and “HeyUSA”, her comedy travel series for Conde Nastnow is now into season 3.
Grace is currently listed as one of Time Magazine’s 30 Most Influential People On The Internet, Variety’s Top 10 Comics to Watch, Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, Forbes 30 under 30, Hollywood Reporter’s Silicon Beach Power 25, Time Magazine’s Best Twitter feeds and BuzzFeed’s 11 Awesome Up-And-Coming Funny Ladies You Should Know. She’s also started eating meat again.
Ranked #2 on Buzzfeed’s list of “10 YouTubers To Know,” Mamrie Hart is most recognized as the Internet’s pottymouth comedian who creates weekly cocktails inspired by pop culture’s latest train wreck celebrities and headlines. Mamrie is a trained improv actress and author who wrote and stars with Grace in the film DIRTY 30. She also starred in the 2014 feature film CAMP TAKOTA, which beat out Oscar Best Picture nominees on iTunes “top downloaded movies chart” during the week leading up the Academy Awards.
Mamrie’s YouTube channel boasts almost 1 million subscribers. Mamrie continues to co-headline the #NoFilter live comedy tour alongside her counterparts Hannah Hart and Grace Helbig, a group their passionate fans named “YouTube’s Holy Trinity.” Recently Mamrie and Helbig recently starred in the original web series “HeyUSA,” a show that followed them on an unorthodox exploration of their homeland. A regular on Comedy Central’s flagship late night show @midnight, Mamrie is based in Los Angeles, CA where she resides with her hairless dog named Beanz (Instagram, @beanzhart).