Liza Koshy Once Spoofed ‘Vogue’s’ ‘73 Questions.’ Now She’s Answering Them For Real.

"Oh my god, the real one? It is the real one!"

In the latest installment of their "73 Questions" series, Vogue magazine interviews YouTube sensation Liza Koshy. But this isn't Koshy's first round of questioning — earlier this year, Koshy starred in her own spoof of the series, which she then uploaded to her YouTube channel. It has since raked in more than 17 million views. Now, she's in for the real deal. 

"Liza, it's Vogue!" 

"Oh my god, the real one? It is the real one!" Koshy says from the top of the stairs. 

The interview begins with Koshy talking about being a video-maker, her alter egos Jet Packinski and Helga, and "having more subscribers than there are people in the country of Belgium."

"Are you serious? Wow, Belgium has great chocolate. What an honor." 



Koshy keeps us smiling throughout the video, keeping things lighthearted, cracking jokes, and, still, sending out important messages to her fans.

For example, when asked what's most important to her, Koshy says: "Mental health. My own, and of others." Moreover, she wants people to talk about "their stories," and hopes that we can use our voices "to be heard on [our] platforms, no matter how big or how small."

Koshy's platform has certainly grown to impressive heights, among other accomplishments. For example, in 2016, Koshy interviewed Barack Obama. The same year, she also won the Breakout Creator award at the Streamy Awards. This year, she won a Teen Choice Award in the Choice Web Star: Female category. She also stars in the Hulu original television series, FreakishShe's a "little brown girl with big dreams," as described in her Instagram bio.

Later in the Vogue interview, Koshy offers her insight into starting a YouTube channel, and it's actually quite simple:

"Make an account. Start uploading videos, and then be yourself. It's very cliché, but no one else can do it. They suck at it." 

Koshy also talks about her own inspirations, her favorite films, her biggest fear, and what she misses most about her hometown, Houston. 

And what brings her the most joy in life? "The joy of others."

"OMG, IT'S HAPPENING!! I AM SO PROUD OF LIZA!!!!" one person comments on this video. 

"IS THIS REALLY HAPPENING!!!"

Yes, yes it is. And you can check it all out below:

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