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Our Favorite Moments from the First Ever Virtual YouTube Fanfest

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ft. performances from ITZY, SB19 and Mimiyuuuh

 

 

It hasn’t been an easy year for the YouTube community with the loss of two beloved creators, Lloyd Cadena and Emman Nimedez, who brought joy and laughter to millions of Filipinos everywhere. The annual YouTube Fanfest, and the first virtual one of its kind, served as a platform to celebrate their life and legacy. The two pillars of the Filipino YouTube community will be deeply missed but always remembered. 

 

The most awaited YouTube Fanfest gathered content creators and performers from the Asia Pacific, livestreamed via the official YTFF channel. Missed out on the full event? We’re listing down the best moments from Sunday! 

 

 

SB19

P-Pop boy band sensation SB19 made their debut on the YouTube FanFest stage this year, with an electric medley of their songs including Love Goes and Go Up.

 

 

RELATED: Influence & Inspiration: SB19 and The P-Pop Equation

 

AC Bonifacio

Widely popular for her thrilling dance covers, AC Bonifacio showed off her killer moves and danced along to ITZY’s Not Shy and Wannabe

 

 

Ben&Ben

It was a festival of feels with Ben&Ben. The 9-piece folk pop band appeared on the YouTube FanFest stage for the first time, albeit from a distance, serenading viewers with Lifetime and Pagtingin

 

 

Mimiyuuuh

Breakout internet star and Wonder’s October 2019 cover star Mimiyuuuh performed his first single DYWB

 

 

RELATED: Mimiyuuuh: Whatcha See Is Whatchu Get

 

Ranz Kyle, Niana Guerrero and Natalia Guerrero

It’s a family affair for FanFest favorites Ranz Kyle, Niana Guerrero and Natalia Guerrero with their fun performance of You Can Do It, Great Day and Dip

 

 

ITZY

The K-Pop girl group ITZY closed the show to their empowering anthems of self-love: Not Shy and Wannabe

 

 

 

Which video creators and performers are you looking forward to for YouTube Fanfest 2021? Leave them in the comments below!

 

 

Art Matthew Fetalver

Comments

  • charissa
    October 16, 2020

    Sb19

  • Julie Anne Marfil
    October 17, 2020

    #SB19

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