Rose & Rosie bag “Best British Blogger” at BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards

Our fave vloggers win big at Teen Awards!


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IMAGE: ROSE & ROSIE

 

We know and love them for their hilarious vlogs, and now YouTube’s mega couple Rose Ellen Dix & Rosie Spaughton, better known as Rose & Rosie, have bagged The Best British Blogger award at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards.

 

The award, previously presented to YouTube royalty including Dan & Phil, Joe Sugg and Zoella, was voted for by fans and presented at the glittering Wembley event on Sunday.

 

Commenting on their win, Rosie said: "Rose and I are over the moon to have won this award and we couldn't have done it without our amazing audience. They are the reason we get to do what we do and we love them so much!"

 

 

The couple also hosted Radio 1’s exclusive backstage coverage of the event interviewing stars including Rita Ora, Liam Payne, Dua Lipa, The Vamps and Camila Cabello (cue fangirling...)

 

The couple have over 1 million subscribers between them on their YouTube channels, with their wedding video attracting over 1.4 million views.

 

As well as their latest win, Rose & Rosie were also crowned ‘Celebrity Rising Stars’ at the 2016 British LGBT Awards, won ‘2017 Vlogger of The Year’ award at the annual YouTube gathering, Summer In The City, and made it onto the ‘AfterEllen Hot 100 List’. Not a bad year, eh?

 

Rumour has it 2018 is set to be an even bigger year for our YouTube faves, keep an eye on their YouTube channels here.

 

 

Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves.

 

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