When people ask you who Hannah Hart
is, you say "YouTuber, right? The genius behind My Drunk Kitchen".
But then you can't seem to stop yourself, and 20 minutes later they
regret asking you as you're still listing the things Hannah's been
up to during the time you've been obsessing over her. "Yeah she's a
gay YouTuber who cooks… but she also sings. Have you heard You're
the 1Z? She knows Japanese. Oh and she wrote a cookbook last year.
Well not really a cookbook, more of a parody cookbook, it's great.
And Camp Takota. Who knew she could act as well? Ah, she's so
talented. Oh and remember…"
We get it, but they stopped
listening five minutes ago.
You hate to admit it, and if anyone
asks, you would never, ever find a pun funny, but you know that's
how she won your heart in the first place. Well, that and her
irresistible charm. It's that cheesy yet adorable style of comedy
that keeps us coming back for more.
Harto has collaborated with almost
every YouTuber of note; even "traditional" celebs like Jamie Oliver
and to be honest, it's never not brilliant. Oh to be able to get
along with so many people and make funny content regardless of who
you're working with… well it's just impressive. And to be honest
there's no better word to describer Hannah than
Hannah has always been honest with
her fans about herself, without being too personal and intrusive.
She has talked publicly about coming out and any LGBT issues she
has faced in the past, as well as mental health issues she does not
want to keep stigmatised. She wants fans to understand that she is
human, and that's always refreshing to see.
There are not enough androgynous
lesbians rocking so-called masculine clothes and short hair in the
mainstream media. Hannah proves that clothes have no gender and
helps challenge ideas about how women should look. She is
definitely our style icon.
If we need a lesbian chef to admire
or look up to, we're not short of candidates. But Hannah goes one
step further than most. Her show is brilliant and unique and it's
difficult not to completely fall for someone whose work is as
original and lovable as this. Uniqueness is something we'll always
be very fond of.
Hannah Hart is fairly well know for
her optimism and love for everything positive. She has been a part
of campaigns such as #MakeItHappy and Have A Hart Day in an attempt
to wipe out negativity and hatred and spread optimism and love.
When it seems like everyone on the internet is a troll without a
nice word to say, it's good to know that not everyone is so
Read Hannah Hart's most revealing
interview yet in the latest issue of DIVA. On sale now at the links
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