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What’s Trending

What’s Trending covers the latest news, pop culture, viral videos, and entertainment. We provide our viewers with a comprehensive overview of what’s happening in the world, so they can stay informed and entertained.


Originally aired on September 14, 2023

In this episode of What’s Trending, we learn about the rise to fame of Alexandra Hershey, also known as Supercar Blondie. Hershey, originally from Australia, moved to Dubai in 2008 and started creating car content while working as a news reader and presenter for a radio station. With a massive following of 16.9 million on TikTok, Hershey has become one of the largest car content creators on the internet. She has successfully built her own car content empire, SB Media Group, which includes a digital media network, talent roster, automotive design studio, and channels across various social media platforms. In an interview, Supercar Blondie expresses pride in opening up the world of cars to women and inspiring them to pursue their passions in male-dominated industries.

Supercar Blondie’s journey to becoming a car influencer

  • Hershey’s background and move to Dubai
  • Her work as a radio presenter and interviewer of celebrities about their love for cars
  • Transitioning from a hobby to a full-time content creator

The creation of SB Media Group

  • Supercar Blondie’s massive following on social media
  • Launching SB Media Group as a full digital media network
  • Expanding across multiple platforms including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Snapchat, and Twitter

Financial success and net worth of Supercar Blondie

  • SB Media Group’s contribution to Hershey’s net worth of 1.5 million
  • Focusing on impact and inspiring women in the car industry, rather than financial achievements

The impact of Supercar Blondie’s influence on women in the industry

  • Women expressing gratitude for Hershey’s inspiration and influence on their decision to study engineering
  • Breaking barriers and empowering women to confidently pursue their interests in male-dominated spaces



Originally aired on September 14, 2023

In this episode of What’s Trending, it is revealed that major hotels, particularly those in Las Vegas, are currently facing a massive cyber attack. Residents of Las Vegas were among the first to notice the unusual activities and took to social media platforms such as TikTok to share information. The MGM Resort properties are being held ransom by a group of cyber attackers, and it is reported that Caesar’s entertainment was also a recent victim of a hacking incident, where they allegedly paid a ransom of $15 million to the hackers. It is believed that a group called Alpha or Blackcat is responsible for the MGM cyber security breach. The hackers reportedly impersonated an individual in MGM’s help desk department, resulting in the leakage of sensitive information. At present, MGM’s website is still down, and hotel guests are experiencing long check-in and gambling wait times.

What is the impact of the cyber attack on MGM Hotels?

  • MGM Resort properties are under cyber attack, with Las Vegas being one of the most affected areas.
  • Las Vegas residents noticed the attack early on and shared information on social media platforms.
  • All MGM Resort properties are being held ransom by a group of cyber attackers.
  • Caesars entertainment was also hacked recently and reportedly paid a $15 million ransom to the hackers.

What is the group behind the cyber attack?

  • The group responsible for the MGM cyber security breach is called Alpha or Blackcat.
  • They reportedly impersonated an individual from MGM’s help desk department.
  • Sensitive information, including passwords, was revealed during the attack.
  • Authorities have yet to confirm these claims.

What is the current status of MGM’s website?

  • As of September 14th, MGM’s website remains down.
  • Hotel goers are experiencing long check-in and gambling wait times.
  • Social media is being used as a platform for guests to share their experiences.




Originally aired on September 6, 2023

This What’s Trending episode discusses the journey of popular YouTube duo Smosh, comprised of Ian Hickox and Anthony Padilla. It highlights their humble beginnings, rise to YouTube stardom, and recent reunion. The episode delves into how Smosh started their YouTube career in 2005, their early content, and the video that shot them into the spotlight. It covers the challenges they faced, including selling Smosh to a parent company and Padilla leaving due to creative differences. The episode also mentions how Rhett and Link, of Good Mythical Morning, saved Smosh by acquiring it in 2019. Finally, it explores Ian and Anthony’s plans for Smosh moving forward, aiming to create content for both their loyal fanbase and new audiences.

What were Smosh’s early YouTube videos like?

  • Smosh’s first video was uploaded in 2005, titled “Power Rangers theme.”
  • Their early content mainly consisted of lip syncing and quick skits.

How did Smosh gain popularity?

  • Smosh’s video titled “Pokemon theme music video,” posted in 2005, propelled them into the spotlight.
  • They battled with other YouTube channels but held the title of the most subscribed Channel multiple times.

What challenges did Smosh face?

  • In 2011, Smosh sold to Divine Media in hopes of achieving growth, but it didn’t go as planned.
    Anthony Padilla left Smosh in 2017 due to creative differences with the parent company, Defy Media.

How was Smosh saved from bankruptcy?

  • Rhett and Link, renowned YouTube veterans of Good Mythical Morning, bought Smosh in 2019 to save the channel.

What are Ian and Anthony’s plans for Smosh?

  • They aim to honor their long-time viewers while also creating new content for fresh audiences.
  • The goal is to strike a balance between providing something for loyal fans and innovating.



Originally aired on July 26, 2023

The nominations for the 2023 Streamy Awards have been announced, with popular online creators like Mr. Beast, Logan Paul, and Charlie D’Amelio leading the pack. Mr. Beast has received the most nominations, while Logan Paul’s drink brand, Prime, also earned a nomination. Other notable nominees include TikTokers Alex Earl, Michaela Negara, and Dylan Mulvaney. The awards ceremony will be hosted by YouTuber MatPat.

Behind The Nominations of Mr. Beast, Logan Paul, Charlie D’Amelio For This Year’s Streamys:

  • Mr. Beast has garnered the most nominations, including Creator of the Year, Collaboration Creator, Creator for Social Good, and Creator Product.
  • Logan Paul’s drink brand, Prime, has been nominated for the Brand Engagement Award despite recent controversies surrounding the energy drink and its marketing.
  • Notable Creator of the Year nominees include TikTok influencers Alex Earl, Charlie D’Amelio, and long-time internet creator Logan Paul, along with makeup guru Michaela Negara and video illusionist Zach King.
  • Trans TikToker Dylan Mulvaney has been nominated for Breakout Creator of the Year, along with TikToker and podcaster Jewel Follow.
  • Nominees for Best Internet Show of the Year include Trixie and Katya’s Talk Show, Anthony Padilla’s “I Spent a Day With” series, the wing-eating phenomenon Hot Ones, and YouTube veterans Rhett and Link for “Good Mythical Morning.”
  • To find out more about the nominations and the winners, follow Streamys on social media.



Originally aired on July 13, 2023

As the 2023 Emmy nominations are announced, it is a good time to reflect on the history of the Emmy Awards, which have grown significantly since their inception in 1949. This year marks the 75th annual Emmy Awards, and top contenders include HBO Max’s “Succession” with 27 nominations, Pedro Pascal’s “The Last of Us” with 24 nominations, and Apple TV’s “Ted Lasso” as the standout comedy. However, the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike and a possible Screen Actors Guild strike have pushed the event to a later date, sparking concerns and conversations about fair pay for writers.

The History of the Emmy Awards

  • The Emmy Awards were created in 1949 to honor television programs.
  • Initially, tickets were available to the public for $5, but they are now exclusively offered to television Academy members and nominees.
  • The first Emmy Awards featured awards for only six categories, while the 2023 edition has 16 categories.

Top Emmy Contenders for 2023

  • HBO Max’s “Succession” leads the nominations with 27, followed by “The Last of Us” with 24, and “White Lotus” with 23.
  • “Ted Lasso” is recognized as the biggest comedy of the year, and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is the top unscripted series.
  • Jenna Ortega, from “Wednesday,” receives her first-ever Emmy nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

Impact of the Writers Guild of America Strike

  • The Emmy Awards, scheduled for September, will be delayed due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike.
  • An anonymous studio exec’s comment about the strike’s intention to cause financial distress to union members sparks social media discussions about fair pay for writers.



Originally aired on June 28, 2023

This article discusses the history of VidCon, an annual convention for internet creators, and the reason why its founder, Hank Green, did not attend in 2023. The convention was founded by Hank and his brother John Green, who gained popularity through their online video messages and educational YouTube channel. Despite facing initial challenges, VidCon grew into a multi-day international convention, attracting over 70,000 attendees each year. However, due to Hank Green’s battle with cancer, he was unable to attend the 2023 VidCon.

Why did Hank Green not attend VidCon in 2023?

  • Hank Green’s ongoing battle with cancer prevented him from attending the 2023 VidCon.

History of VidCon:

  • VidCon was founded by Hank Green and his brother John Green in 2010.
  • Initially, the convention faced uncertainties, but it attracted 1400 attendees in its first year.
  • YouTube executives recognized the potential of VidCon and began sponsoring the convention from its second year.
  • Over time, VidCon grew into a multiple-day international convention with over 70,000 attendees on average each year.

Notable Attendees and Growth of VidCon:

  • The 2023 VidCon welcomed a diverse range of creators, including Chrissy Chlapecka and Anthony Padilla.
  • VidCon has evolved to cater to various demographics, including fans, creators, and industry professionals.
  • Despite not being held in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic, VidCon returned in 2022 and 2023 with eager attendees.
  • The convention’s growth is expected to continue as online media and videos gain popularity worldwide.