YouTube OGs Trisha Pastas and Colleen Ballinger began a podcast — and even they're conscious it might go up in flames like 'Frenemies'

  • Talkative YouTubers Trisha Paytas and Colleen Ballinger have began a podcast.
  • On “Oversharing,” they stated they needed to keep away from a disastrous implosion like Paytas’s final podcast, “Frenemies.”
  • They chatted about motherhood, psychological well being, and feeling caught of their careers.

Two YouTube stars with larger-than-life personalities are sheepishly beginning a podcast collectively.

Trisha Paytas, a vlogger finest recognized for her explosive rivalries with fellow YouTubers, and Colleen Ballinger, the creator behind the character Miranda Sings, launched a brand new YouTube channel dubbed “Oversharing” final week.

The 2 pals — although they’ve “by no means been shut,” Ballinger stated of their first episode — floated the concept of a podcast throughout a December mukbang, and have lastly made good on the promise after feeling caught of their respective careers. However they are not precisely certain the place the channel is headed.

“Perhaps this would possibly not be a podcast each week, possibly will probably be,” Paytas stated on the prime of the present. “If we’re being completely sincere with you, this might be the one video that ever will get posted on this channel,” Ballinger added. (In a subsequent YouTube remark, they famous they’re filming episode two this week.)

Dressed as characters from “Chicago,” the duo coated a rambling array of matters, together with C-section scars, dentistry, and psychological well being. Paytas famous the 2 aren’t being backed by a bigger podcast firm. 

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Commenters have been enthusiastic in regards to the collaboration, but in addition skeptical, given the implosive ending of Paytas’s final podcast, “Frenemies,” which she hosted with YouTuber Ethan Klein.

“I simply know Colleen is treading this water soooo fastidiously,” one individual wrote beneath a video for the trailer. One other added, “This makes me very nervous however I hope it goes nicely for Colleen’s sake.”

“Frenemies” resulted in June 2021 after Paytas stormed off the set on a number of events. The ultimate dispute revolved round income break up for the present, with Klein taking a better reduce to cowl manufacturing prices, which Paytas felt was unwarranted. The battle has additionally spun right into a knotty household rivalry, as Paytas is married to Klein’s brother-in-law, Moses Hacmon.

Paytas broached the problem on “Oversharing” with Ballinger, after noting that Ballinger had jokingly expressed considerations about issues doubtlessly going south off-camera. Paytas acknowledged this was a “legit worry” on Ballinger’s half, given Paytas’s lengthy record of enemies, however Paytas stated she needs to stay with the podcast to indicate she’s able to “stability.”

“I believe I proved it with my marriage and a baby I can have [stability] in my private life,” she stated, “however I need to have it in my work life, too.”  

“I do not need that for this or for us,” Ballinger stated of a possible rift.

Regardless of these worries, the primary episode was met with rave evaluations. “This complete factor was ADHD unleashed and I am right here for it,” one commenter wrote. 

Klein additionally responded to the podcast in a current livestream, saying he deliberate to pay attention in some unspecified time in the future. “I am curious how Colleen is gonna take care of Trisha’s power,” Klein stated. “I ponder what’s their rev break up.”

Ballinger and Paytas didn’t reply to Insider’s request for remark. 


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