字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - You're a pretty big deal. Congratulations on all your success. - I'm a big deal? Are you kidding? Oh, my God. - Yeah. - This is, like, "I'm alive right now." This is crazy. - Thank you so much for having me. - Of course. Thank you for being here. And you flew your mom in. Hi, Mom. - She's here, yeah. Hi, Mom. - Hi. Your mom--what's her name? Jackie? - Queen Jackie, yeah. - Queen Jackie. - Queen Jackie. - What an amazing young man, right? You must be so proud of him. - I am. Words can't even explain it. You know, when you're a parent, you always think, "Am I doing the right thing?" And looking up there, it's just amazing to me. - You did the right thing. He's doing-- He's making a lot of good change. So for people who don't know what you do on the internet-- yes, if you don't know what he does-- [cheers and applause] It's what a lot of people do, but you're very successful at it. Just tell everyone what you're doing. - So I talk about my life just on YouTube. So I've been making videos for eight years now, and I talk about pop culture. I talk about everything that's going on in my life. I do collaborations with other Youtubers, and some celebrities, and I just like to have a diary. And now, eight years later, I do it for a job. - Why do you think people are flocking to you and you're so successful? - I think people just want to watch people live their authentic lives, and share the good and the bad, and kind of show that maybe you can have fun and still be a positive influence maybe, or have a good impact, or do good, and it can still be entertaining. You don't have to be sassy or negative. You can just kind of have fun and be yourself, and that's enough. - Without being mean, yeah. - Yeah. I feel like it's the luckiest job in the world I feel. - Yeah. And you put out videos and you influenced one very famous person, which must have felt amazing to you. - Yeah. So back in, like, 2008, I made a video about the importance of being authentic to yourself, and about coming out, and how you should wait till you're ready and things like that. And a few years later, I got a tweet one morning on National Coming Out Day. And it was from Ricky Martin. And he said that that video was a part of the reason why he felt ready to share his story. And it was like one of those things where I was, like, "Oh, my God." Like, I used to watch "TRL" and, like, have a crush on him. - Yeah. - And, so, I was, like-- It was, like, you never-- I just never thought that I-- - that would happen. - That's amazing. - Yeah. - That's amazing that you had - impact on Ricky Martin. - Yeah. - And now you've interviewed-- you went to the White House. You interviewed One Direction, the First Lady. - Mm-hmm. - What was it like at the White House? We had a meeting of maybe ten of us YouTubers meeting with the President. And it was just us talking about using the internet to connect with young people. And it was, like, one of those moments, like, you never dream it'll happen. And then--I was so shy during the whole time because I was, like, "Oh, my God. That's the President." And I was, like, just, oh, my God, bewildered. And he was, like, "Do you want to come and see the office?" And so we--and apparently he doesn't bring that many people in there, so he was giving us a tour of his office, and he was telling us about his desk. And there was, like, a moment of silence where I was, like, "Okay. Nobody's saying anything. "This is my chance to, like, make an impact and say something he'll remember." And I was, like, "Cute desk." - So you make-- you make videos A lot of people watch your videos. And so I thought that I would give you something so the next time you shoot a video, I want you to shoot it with this. - Oh, my God. [laughing] Oh, that's perfect.