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Dream Face Reveal: Who is YouTuber Dream?

Dream Face Reveal: Who is YouTuber Dream?

Popular YouTuber Dream is trending on Twitter, as is the hashtag #dreamfacereveal. Dream, the YouTube and Twitch star who has amassed more than 41.96 million subscribers on YouTube alone for creating Minecraft content, shared his face publicly for the first time on Sunday. More than 1.2 million people tuned in for her big reveal.

Dream Face Reveal

“It’s Dream, I don’t know what to do,” he said with her chair turned away from the camera in the clip. Playing on her reveal, he turned around, without showing her face, hid behind a green screen, showed his bed, and showed pictures of his cat.

After all the teasing, he appeared on camera behind his trademark smiley face mask and then took it off. “My name is Clay, maybe you’ve heard of me, maybe you haven’t. Maybe you clicked on this video out of curiosity and don’t care who I am.”

As for why he finally decided to reveal his face after hiding it behind a mask for several years, he explained that it’s because his best friend George was flying in to meet him in person for the first time, and it’s someone he’s known since he was age. 11. Additionally, Dream said that she wanted to “start doing things” in public and “meet the creators, say hi, just go out into the world.” He added: “They have sheltered me.”

Biggest mysteries on internet

On his main channel, Dream has amassed around 2.7 billion views and over 30 million subscribers. Despite everyone who has been following him for years and even other content creators who have collaborated with him, Dream’s appearance in real life remains one of the biggest mysteries on the internet. On September 19, 2022, Dream stated that he would reveal his face in the next video that he would post on YouTube. On Sunday night, Dream did just that.

Dream, best known for his Minecraft videos, uploaded a video titled “Hi, I’m Dream” around 9 p.m. ET on Sunday. Along with his cat Patches, Dream taunted viewers for several minutes, showing off the studio where he climbs.

Dream’s study included his bed, his Guinness Book of World Records plaque, and other fun memorabilia.

#DreamFaceReveal

On Twitter, #DreamFaceReveal had been trending for days, with users predicting (albeit mostly jokingly) what the YouTuber really looks like. One minute and 18 seconds into the video, Dream finally made the big reveal. Dream also revealed that his real name is Clay, and the short video quickly went viral, reaching over 300,000 likes in less than 10 minutes.

The big push for Dream’s channel came back in 2019 after being a smaller YouTuber for five years. Some of that audience came from his (now controversial) Minecraft sprints.

The bigger the audience for him, the more people asked to see Dream’s face. He also took the time to thank those fans to his face by revealing the video. Whether the mystery of Dream’s appearance disappearance helps or hinders his channel remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure and that is that Dream has a lot of appeal for being able to get that kind of attention on social media simply by showing his face.

Who is YouTuber Dream?

Dream is a gamer and YouTube streamer who plays Minecraft. In 2021, Dream revealed that his first name is Clay and that he lives in Orlando, Florida. According to reports, he was born on August 12, 1999.

He has also spoken publicly about his ADHD diagnosis. On February 4, 2021, Dream debuted their first single, “Roadtrip”.

Why does Dream cover his face?

In a since-deleted Snapchat Q&A session, Dream explained the reasoning behind his anonymity. “I’m not the most confident person,” he shared, adding that he’s not insecure but just doesn’t feel comfortable being on camera. At the time, Dream said that he thought the facial cameras were “uncomfortable.”

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