Grace Helbig Talks About Love Advice and Her New Show on E! [WATCH VIDEO]

By DV Pre | 3 years ago
Grace Helbig Talks About Love Advice and Her New Show on E! [WATCH VIDEO]
PHOTOGRAPH: Wikipedia Commons/Gage Skidmore | Daily Grace Helbig speaking at VidCon 2012 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.

Everyone who misses Grace Helbig on My Damn Channel say aye! We all know that Grace moved on to her own YouTube channel called “It’s Grace”. But we can’t help but miss the old quirky Grace with her buddy, vlogger Caspar Lee. Can he please make a guest appearance on “It’s Grace”? Or perhaps on her new cable show on the E! network?

Below is the “Relationship Advice With Caspar Lee” video that got more than a million hits when it was released over a year ago. Grace and Casper are both just basically goofing around answering questions sent it by their fans online.  But what makes this video quite “significant” is that it answers questions about love and romance, which is the duo’s specialty. When you watch the clip, you’ll know just exactly what we’re talking about.

(Our takeaway: Grace is more of a big gesture kind of girl. If you want to be romantic when picker up in the airport… hijack the plane and you got her attention. And Casper? He’s a simple guy. Just be there on time and you’ll win his heart immediately.)

“It’s Grace” currently has nearly two million subscribers. It’s quite a surprise that it took a while for the E! network to notice the girl, who many claimed were “The Next Chelsea Handler.” But the YouTube star told The New York Times that she’s pretty much content working in front of a (web)cam.

“Seven years ago, a TV show would be the greatest thing to happen to me. Now, it would also be great, but it’s also just another piece of content,” shared Grace on the New York Times.

Grace doesn’t need the allure of television to make her famous because quite frankly, she already is. Her book, “Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up,” had entered the New York Times best-seller list, and she also recently produced an online called “Camp Takota,” alongside Hannah Hart and Mamrie Hart. “Camp Takota” even made it to the iTunes Top 10 list when it was released earlier this year.

Deadline previously reported that Grace would star in a hybrid comedy/talk show called “The Grace Helbig Project” for the cable network, produced by Embassy. The show was said to highlight the host’s skills as a pop culture anthropologist.

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Watch this video below, and we guarantee that this will make you fall in love with Grace even more.

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Photo Source: Wikipedia Commons/Eva Rinaldi




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