25 Funniest Youtuber Bloopers

Posted by , Updated on November 23, 2022

During the span of your life, there will be multiple occasions where things just don’t go as planned. People can’t be perfect all of the time, after all.

Accidental mishaps are a uniquely beautiful part of being human. Forgetting your lines, experiencing an awkward moment, or laughing at the wrong time are just a few things that set us apart from other species.

Luckily, most of us don’t have to be constantly reminded of something embarrassing we did in the past. Those who experience a mess-up on camera, on the other hand, aren’t so fortunate.  

On the bright side, releasing videos of public figures and their blunders can show viewers that they are just like everyone else. It helps people relate to them more when they see that those in the public eye are not always perfect.

Funny bloopers are also a great way to get more views because let’s face it, people love watching their idols make hilarious mistakes. So, here are the 25 Funniest YouTuber Bloopers.


Grace Helbig


Grace Helbig is a jack of all trades. She is an actress, comedian, and creator and host of her own YouTube channel. The majority of her YouTube content is food-related.

She has two million YouTube follows and earns around one million dollars per year.

In one of the earlier videos she uploaded, Helbig showed her fans that some scenes take more than one shot to get right. Grace Bloopers – SORTED earned around 385,895 views since uploading it in 2013.




Justine Ezarik, also known as iJustine, is an American YouTube vlogger, actress, model, and television host. She shot to fame after gaining attention as a lifecaster and now has over six million subscribers.

Ezarik’s YouTube channel mainly consists of electronic product reviews. However, in 2016, she uploaded a funny video that showcases all of her 2016 cooking fails, bloopers, mess-ups, and complications.  


Trisha Paytas


Life changes dramatically for a person once they become famous. For Trisha Paytas, a media personality, model, and YouTube vlogger, she struggled financially before she got her big break.

Paytas had trouble finding gigs as an actress after she moved to Los Angeles, California. However, she now has over one million subscribers on YouTube and makes around $700,000 per year.

In 2014, she uploaded a video on How to Take a Slutty Selfie BLOOPERS which got her almost 650,000 views. 


Liza Koshy


Liza Koshy is a television host, comedian, and YouTube vlogger. She has over 17 million follows and averages somewhere around 50 million views per video. 

Koshy has openly admitted that while filming videos for her channel, there have been crazy moments that don’t always make the final cut.

Luckily for Koshy fans, she uploaded a special video that features six minutes full of funny mess-ups. THIS WASN’T SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN!! Lizzza has had over 13,000,000 views since being uploaded in 2016.


David Dobrik Too

David Dobrik’s career has skyrocketed after gaining popularity on YouTube. Most recently, he was cast in The Angry Birds Movie 2 as Axel and has been selected as a judge for America’s Most Musical Family.

Even though Dorbik has been doing more television and movie gigs lately, he still is very much involved in his YouTube Channel. On September 12, 2019 Dorik uploaded a hilarious bloopers video that has been viewed more than 7,000,000 times. 



Tic Tac Toy

Tic Tac Toyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IBJ5BfhehM

The Tic Tac Toy YouTube channel is a kid-friendly production that mainly focuses on toy reviews.

Most recently, they proved that it’s not only okay to mess up every now and then, but that it also makes for hilarious footage! Their Haha! LOL! Bloopers!  video is almost eight full minutes of funny mistakes, mishaps, and forgetting lines.

The Tic Tac Toy channel has over four million subscribers and averages five million views per video.


That YouTub3 Family - The Adventurers

Family Timehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZB_z_2q9HA

It may seem crazy to think, but That YouTub3 Family earns around three million dollars per year just by uploading videos. Their videos mainly consist of them going on family adventures, playing games, and completing challenges.

That YouTub3 Family has three million subscribers and an average of around seven million views per video. In 2017, they uploaded Family Bloopers – 2016 to give fans a look at some of the funny blunders they made while filming throughout the year. 


Merrell Twins


What’s better than one YouTube vlogger, you ask? Well, two of course! The Merrel twins have gained around four million subscribers since uploading their first video in 2009.

The twins’ videos mainly consist of them doing acting out skits, completing challenges, and testing weird products.

On Christmas day in 2018, they decided to upload a video of all the mistakes they made while filming the previous year. Bloopers – Merrell Twins is 40 minutes long and has over 900,000 views.


Annie LeBlanc


One of the bests parts about making a mistake is being able to laugh at yourself. Annie LeBlanc, an American singer, YouTube vlogger, and actress, does just that in her latest video Bloopers! | Annie LeBlanc & Hayley LeBlanc.

The video showcases all of the adorable moments of her laughing when she isn’t supposed to, getting scared by a fly, and begging her dog to come on camera.

LeBlanc has over three million subscribers and averages around one million views per video.


Rosanna Pansino

Rosanna Pansinohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMb7vkhTxgM

Rosanna Pansino is an American YouTube vlogger, baker, actress, and author. Her YouTube channel mainly consists of videos of her cooking and testing out different kinds of kitchen gadgets.

Pansino has around 11 million followers and averages about 400K views per video. In 2016 she uploaded BLOOPERS WITH GUESTS! by fan request.

The video not only gives viewers a glimpse of behind-the-scenes filming but it also includes burping, coffee breath, redos, and many other funny bloopers. 




Unlike most people on this list, Smosh is actually the name of a YouTube comedy series. The cast consists of eight comedians but sometimes features guest appearances.

Over the years, their channel has grown to over 24 million subscribers since posting their first video in 2004. Smosh can make anywhere from $1.50 to $4.00 per 1,000 video views.

The Best of Smosh: Bloopers is a 30-minute video that shows hilarious mess-ups and behind-the-scene reactions. It has been viewed more than 410,500 times.




Felix Kjellberg, also known as PewDiePie, is a widely known Swedish YouTube vlogger, comedian, and gamer. Some of the most popular videos he uploads are of him giving funny commentary while he plays video games.

Kjellberg has over 101 million subscribers and averages around 40,000,000 views per video. One of his earliest videos called FUNNY MONTAGE (bonus) mostly consists of Kjellberg’s random, silly bloopers while filming for his channel.


Bretman Rock

Hawii https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7PzUUj-Pa8&t=4s

Viewers flock to Bretman Rock’s YouTube channel as soon as he uploads a new video. He has over 10K subscribers and averages roughly 600,000 views per video.

Before he became a popular Internet personality, he had one of the highest viewed accounts on Vine.

In 2018, Rock uploaded a video called BRETMAN ROCK BLOOPERS to his YouTube channel. The video features a full two minutes of hilarious outtakes, redos, and silly dancing. 


Jaclyn Hill


It’s always a good idea to reflect on past projects and try to find areas you can improve on. For some people, they are their own toughest critic.

Jaclyn Hill is an American beauty vlogger and entrepreneur who has over 5 million subscribers. She recently uploaded a video of her reacting to her very first YouTube video.

The entire 14-minute segment shows her reactions to all the mistakes she thinks she made.


James Charles


James Charles has been breaking records left and right in the beauty industry. He became the first-ever male ambassador for the cosmetics company CoverGirl in 2016.

Charles also has quite a following on his YouTube channel. He has around 16 million subscribers and averages 5 million views per video.

In 2018, he uploaded a video of him being annoying for 17 minutes straight. The footage also captures many different blunders Charles committed while filming different videos throughout his YouTube career. 


ASMR Darling

ASMR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvjsX_OfgFo

ASMR is short for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Repsosen, which is a static-like or tingling experience you feel when hearing a certain sound.

Taylor Darling, an American YouTuber, focuses her YouTube channel on creating ASMR content. She has over 2.4 million subscribers and gets an average of 27 million views per video.

A few days after New Year’s Eve, she posted ASMR Bloopers 2018 which showcases around six minutes of mistakes and redos she experienced while making her videos throughout the year.


Jeffree Star

Jeffree Star https://www.youtube.com/user/jeffreestar/videos?app=desktop

Jeffree Star first became known as the most followed person on Myspace, an online social media account, back in 2005. He used the platform to not only post his thoughts and opinions but to promote his music career as well.

Most recently, YouTube has been his main social media platform of choice. He has over 16 million subscribers and makes around $23,000 per day just from his YouTube channel.

Star doesn’t technically have a blooper video because he is known for keeping it real. In most of his videos, he tends to leave in parts where he messes up or makes a mistake.


Adrian Garcia Bloopers

Velcro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZ6zmUBB0Y8

Adrian Garcia isn’t just a handsome face … he also has a great Internet persona. Many viewers go to his channel for a good laugh and see what he has to say about certain topics.

Garcia currently has around 2.67K subscribers and averages around 4,000 views per video.

In 2019, he posted twins stuck to velcro suits for a day bloopers, which features funny mess-ups, redos, awkward timings, and a random stranger asking for directions.




Sean McLoughlin, also known as Jackseptieye, is a famous Irish YouTube star and actor. He is best known for his comedic vlog series Let’s Play. Not only is he currently the most-subscribed vlogger in Ireland, but he has over 22 million subscribers worldwide.

In 2016, McLoughlin posted Bloopers & Outtakes #1 to show his fans that despite all his popularity he actually messes up a lot … especially when making his video introduction speech, “Top of the morning to ya, my name is Jaskepeitey!”


Shane Dawson

Shane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxVtpPlNLqo

Shane Dawson was one of the first people to rise to fame on YouTube. He earned subscribers for his funny and relatable personality.

In one of his earliest videos from 2011, Dawson allowed viewers to have a behind-the-scenes look at how much fun and effort goes into making a video.

The video was mostly unedited, which showed him laughing when he wasn’t supposed to and messing up lines.


Logan Paul


Logan Paul owes much of his current fame to Vine, a former Internet video application. After the app lost its popularity, Paul decided to take his YouTube channel more seriously.

Filming his quirky shenanigans with his friends seemed to be his golden ticket because he now has over 19.8 million subscribers.

In March 2019, he posted a video that mainly discusses his Flat Earth: To The Edge and Back mockumentary. However, the 31-minute-long segment also contains around eight minutes of pure hilariously raw bloopers.


Miranda Sings

Miranda Singshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuKuoRp9bVI

Unlike most other YouTube vloggers, Miranda Sings has two different personas. Her real-life name is Colleen Ballinger but she rose to fame by portraying Miranda Sings, a fictional character she created.

Ballinger’s character is a YouTube personality who often posts comical videos talking about how much talent she has and how everyone is a hater.

In 2004, Ballinger gave fans a glimpse into her breaking character and laughing about silly mistakes. MAMRIE AND MIRANDA BLOOPERS! earned her around 3.3 million views.


Jojo Siwa

Jojo Siwahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYndecH8-NQ

Jojo Siwa made her first television debut when she was just 10 years old on the American reality TV show Dance Moms. Her larger-than-life personality and incredible dance skills helped her to become an Internet sensation.

Jojo has over 3.7 million subscribers and generates around $1,200 per day just from her YouTube channel.

In 2009, she posted A DAY IN THE LIFE OF JOJO SIWA (BLOOPERS!!!!) and it quickly wracked in 89,000 views. The video showcases all the fun and silly mishaps that happen throughout her day.


Tana Mongeau Vlogs

Mexico Vacationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ4FABHIJcM

Not only is Tana Mongeau a popular YouTube vlogger, but she is also a musician, model, and an Internet personality. She has around 1.9 million subscribers on YouTube and is known for her outspoken personality and partying ways.

In 2007, she posted her BLACKOUT DRUNK IN MEXICO BLOOPERS, which was basically like a behind-the-scenes look at the Mexico vacation video she posted to her main channel.

In the blooper video, you can see her stumbling over words and poking her nose.


Denitslava Makeup


Dentislava is a 24-year-old makeup artist guru and a YouTube beauty vlogger. She has earned over 2.2 million subscribers by creating engaging videos of herself reviewing skincare products and teaching viewers how to create different beauty looks.

In 2018, she posted a video called BLOOPERS & FAILS to show her fans that she isn’t always perfect. The video also shows her redoing a particular scene at least four different times before she got it right.

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