YouTuber Dream has finally revealed his face to his 30 million subscribers
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The YouTuber known as Dream has finally shown his face to 30 million subscribers.
The stealthy Minecraft video creator – who, until recently covered his identity using a smiley face mask – revealed his true self during a live stream at the weekend.
The YouTube personality has a huge online following, but opted to create an air of mystery around his real identity by keeping his face covered when he live-streamed content.
However, the YouTuber has since revealed that the decision to finally unmask himself comes just in time for him to meet his online friend and fellow YouTuber GeorgeNotFound, who will soon be flying out to meet him ‘for the first time’.
Rather than having to spend their time together either locked away in private or with a mask on his face the whole time, Dream decided now would be the perfect opportunity for him to get out in public and take part in ‘meeting creators’ and ‘being a person’, which is fair enough, to be honest.
It also means that fans can now expect the YouTuber to take part in more IRL content in the future – although, the online star doesn’t yet have any plans to show his face during his typical Minecraft videos.
Will be premiering my face reveal video on YouTube in around 2 hours.— Dream (@Dream) October 2, 2022
My next tweet will be a picture of me and my best friends finally being together.
The YouTuber has said for more than a year that there was always a plan for him to one day reveal his identity, emphasising that he would only go through with the decision once he could take ‘full advantage’ of the moment.
And being that Dream timed his big reveal by showing his face just before he planned on meeting another big-name creator, it’s safe to say he has seized the opportunity just fine.
guess who pic.twitter.com/eqSWH1wAxd— Dream (@Dream) October 3, 2022
Dream has previously played with fans' expectations, revealing small parts of his face and head in ‘accidental’ teasers shared to social media before swiftly deleting them, knowing full well his fans would spread them like wildfire either way.
Elsewhere in YouTube news, online sensation Trisha Paytas has been branded 'cruel and selfish' after revealing the name of their daughter, who was born last month.
The social media star, 34, who was forced to deny speculation that their then-unborn daughter would be the reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth II, announced the name on social media.
Alongside a series of pictures of themselves with the newborn, Paytas wrote: "She has arrived. Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon born 09.14.22 at 8.9 lbs and 21 1/2."
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