youtube The Best Female Youtubers Right Now  

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Who are some of the funniest, best, and most popular female YouTube celebrities? Like the rest of the world, YouTube is filled with hilarious, smart, talented women who, for all the appreciation they may get, are never appreciated enough.

From celebrities, to hip-hop culture, to math, science, and anthropology, many of the most accomplished YouTube stars & personalities are females. This list of the top female personalities on YouTube goes beyond just female "YouTube stars", though they are certainly popular.  Who are the best women on YouTube? 
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Grace Helbig

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Grace Helbig has worked for G4 and Attack of the Show! Her YouTube channel, ItsGrace, is filled with reviews, DIY projects, fan Q and A sessions, and brilliant collaborations with similarly awesome YouTube people, like Hannah Hart (Helbig's girlfriend and all-purpose partner in crime), Tyler Oakley, and Flula Borg. see more on Grace Helbig
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Hannah Hart

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Hannah Hart is a comedy writer whose hilarious and wonderful series "My Drunk Kitchen" took off a few years ago. Since its launch, the show has grown increasingly more ridiculous and awesome, featuring special guests ranging from Tyler Oakley to Mary Louise Parker. Hart has also appeared on Epic Mealtime, co-hosted videos with Jenna Marbles and others, and just
published a book last month.

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Felicia Day

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"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" veteran Felicia Day is an actress, producer, writer, comedian, and all-purpose spokesperson for the geek community at large. Her channel "Geek & Sundry" humorously dissects the vagaries of the nerd scene, and she is also the producer, writer, and star of the incredibly popular webseries The Guild.

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6 people just voted on Mamrie Hart

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We don't know why there are so many people named "Hart" on this list, but we guess you know what to change your name to now if you're planning to embark on a career of YouTube fame. Mamrie collaborates quite a bit with Tyler Oakley, Hannah Hart (NOT her sister, just a fellow person-by-the-name-of-Hart) and Grace Helbig, and also runs her own comedy channel. see more on Mamrie Hart
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Bunny Meyer

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Bunny's channel is basically a beauty and fashion channel, but with more of a punk/DIY flavor. She's best known for her series of guerilla beauty product reviews, "Does This Thing Really Work?" wherein she applies questionable contraptions and admixtures to her person in order to figure out whether they do what their TV infomercials claim they are supposed to do (she sometimes features non-beauty products on this segment as well, like in this video review for The Phantom Saucer).
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Anna Akana

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First rising to fame through her participation in Ray William Johnson's comedy channel "Equals Three," Anna has branched out and now has her very own series. The channel includes bizarre and hilarious skits like "Pregnapocalypse" (in which all of the women on planet Earth simultaneously wake up to discover they are nine months pregnant), humorous reflections on beauty and body image, and the occasional poignant confessional.
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GloZell Green's trademarks are her florescent green lipstick and her ebullient attitude. Her comedy channel is a goldmine of physical comedy, bizarre food challenges, and pop culture parodies. see more on GloZell
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4 people just voted on Emily Graslie

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Emily Graslie is the host of "The Brain Scoop," one of the most entertaining, informative, and irreverent science series' you will ever watch on YouTube, or anywhere else. Shot at the Chicago Field Museum, "Brain Scoop" showcases the institution's massively eclectic collection of fossils, artifacts, and anthropological specimens. Graslie chats with the Museum's employees and gives historical background on the collection, which is often grouped in some funny and surprising ways ways. see more on Emily Graslie