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Indo-Canadian Lilly Singh gearing up for YouTube FanFest in Mumbai

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Mumbai: Becoming a part of the YouTube FanFest, the popular Indo-Canadian online personality Lilly Singh, also known by her YouTube username IISuperwomanII, will be flying down here on March 18 and entertaining with her bundle of talent.

YouTube along with Branded Ltd announced the return of the festival, which brings together established and emerging YouTube stars from India and around the world with fans, to Mumbai via a statement on Thursday. The fest is coming back to India for the third time.

It will be held at Dome @ NSCI, SVP Stadium here.

The line-up features over 35 popular YouTube stars from around the world, including Lilly, Connor Franta, All India Bakchod, SANAM, Kanan Gill and Biswa Kalyan Rath, East India Comedy, Bryden-Parth Music, Abish Mathew, Kaushal, Kenneth Sebastian, and Kurt Hugo Schneider.

Along with the entertainment factor, over 5,000 fans will get a chance to meet the stars.

Schneider is “pumped” about coming back to Mumbai for “the third YouTube FanFest. The fans are some of the best in the world and I’m excited to perform for them again”.

Franta said: “This will be my first time taking part in the YouTube FanFest in India and I am beyond excited. If the energy is the same as the other FanFests, it’s going to be an amazing evening”.

Gautam Anand, director of content and operations, YouTube Asia-Pacific, said: “We’re delighted to host YouTube FanFest again in India for the third time to celebrate this new generation of YouTube stars and welcome some of our most popular global YouTube stars back to India.” (IANS)

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YouTube Premium, the paid streaming subscription service and YouTube Music Premium is being rolled out to seven new countries, taking the services to 25 and 21 global markets, respectively.

Initially launched in June and formarly known as “YouTube Red”, YouTube Premium gives users access to advertisement-free video streaming.

The new countries are Chile, Colombia, Japan, Peru, Portugal, Switzerland and the Ukraine. India is yet to get the YouTube Premium services.

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“If you want ad-free access and offline streaming, you can get Music Premium. The more all-encompassing YouTube Premium gives you the same benefits as Music Premium plus an ad-free experience across all of YouTube’s videos and access to exclusive content,” Android Police reported late on Wednesday.

YouTube Premium includes Music Premium but adds the full YouTube experience while adding background and offline playback along with exclusive YouTube original series.

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The subscription costs $11.99 per month.

Charges for YouTube Music Premium are $9.99/month that bring the entire former Google Play Music catalogue and YouTube’s exclusive mixes, covers and live performances. (IANS)