She is part of the recent roster of Youtube stars and has gained love and attention from all over the Internet. Let's give a little background of Miss Hannah Hart. She started getting views from her very first video of My Drunk Kitchen, which just happened because she was drunk and hungry at the same time. Another reason was that she wanted to make a fake cooking show for a friend back in California, just for laughs. It's a pretty funny and simple video of a girl who's pretty tipsy while making a cheese sandwich and you just hope to God that she doesn't hurt herself in the process. She quit her job as a translator and moved to LA to continue My Drunk Kitchen. She's achieved so much like touring around the States with her friends Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart, and writing her own cooking book. People everywhere love her for her a lot of reason and here's some of them:
You should watch her Draw My Life video and see that even if shit went down in her life, she doesn't make it sound like a sob story or anything. You rarely see her sad or mad; probably because she's the type of person to just go with the flow and still have a smile on her face.
Her jokes are super cheesy that they're actually funny. Quite witty as well. Her awkwardness, randomness, and sheer bubbly personality makes her someone you want to hang out with a lot and never tired of. In fact, she just won the Streamy Award for Best Female Performance in Comedy for MDC.
And she's fucking adorable when she does it. The video below is in Japanese with Hannah and some two Japanese dudes cooking soup and salad.
From chill to dapper, she can pull it off. Her clothing is practically as colorful as her personality as well. The video bellow shows that suits really do fit her well (skip to 4:04 but watch the whole video to see how much she's improved).
Hannah Hart is indeed lesbian and isn't shy about it. She's posted videos about her coming out and how to deal with coming out and the feelings you have inside.
Co-starring the lovely Grace Helbig and amazingly sassy and funny Mamrie Hart (not related), they were able to create a feel-good movie about three friends who reunite at their childhood summer camp, only to strengthen their faded bonds from before. The movie was a hit on the Internet and even got a 7.2/10 rating from IMDB. Hannah almost practically plays herself as the aspiring chef who works as the camp's cook, while being awkward yet funny as well. The movie will make you laugh and smile till the very end.
If you haven't heard, she recently published her first cooking book!
"My Drunk Kitchen includes recipes, stories, full color photos, and drawings to inspire your own culinary adventures in tipsy cooking. It is also a showcase for Hannah Hart's great comedic voice. Hannah offers key drink recommendations, cooking tips (like, remember to turn the oven off when you go to bed) and shares never-before-seen recipes"
- From Goodreads.com
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