INTERVIEW: Jenna Marbles reveals the one video she has yet to film on YouTube

Jul 28, 2014 at 2:47 p.m. ET
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Jenna Marbles has become a YouTube sensation with her countless funny videos, but one thing she hasn't done yet is a video with aliens.

Speaking with SheKnows at the Young Hollywood Awards, Marbles said she's practically done it all on her channel, but she still has to cover beings from outer space.

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"I've done a lot of stuff," Marbles said. "Maybe make an underwater video, space suckers... stuff like that, aliens. Alien video. OK, that's my answer, alien videos."

When asked who she'd like to meet at the awards, Marbles admitted that she was "such a fish out of water" at the event that she really would love to meet every single celeb in attendance.

"I don't do this, so.... everyone?" Marbles joked. "Does everyone count?"

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While Marbles may be new to the scene, her videos have been making millions of people laugh for quite some time. Her "Draw My Life" video has amassed nearly 11 million views to this day, while her "What a Girl's Nails Mean" has earned over five million. Her 2011 video "How to Trick People Into Thinking You're Good Looking" picked up over five million views on its first week alone.

Then, her "How to Avoid Talking to People You Don't Want to Talk To" gathered about 32 million hits and landed her a New York Times feature and was also on ABC News.

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The young YouTube entertainer, whose real name is Jenna Mourey, has gathered over 13 million subscribers and more than one billion total video views. She began doing videos under the name of Marbles to keep her mother from finding out what she was doing on YouTube because of all the bad language.