Watch out social media, there’s a new creator group in town and they plan to be making headlines.
A new YouTube series, The GLO Show, Produced by Far Out Studios in collaboration with production house Concrete and ConnectHER Media’s ZStar Digital influencer group, the seven-episode series follows the adventures of six real-life teenage social media stars living in the “GLO House” – a mansion where the cast will post daily content on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube, and encourage their audiences to #ShowYourGLO.
In each episode, the stars will be given GLO-up challenges, and take fashion inspiration from GLO-Up Girls dolls. The GLO Show is set to premiere on The Glo-Up Girls YouTube channel in July 2021.
With a combined following in the tens-of-million, the glow up girls cast consists of Dai Time, a celebrity African American social media star and news editor, Makenna Kelly, best know for her YouTube ASMR and beauty channel with over a million subs, Rachel Brockman, best know for being an original member of the Top Talent House and having over two million fans on TikTok, Madi Filipowicz, a social media star and actor, Paige Taylor, and Sicily Rose who has expanded and became successful across most social media platforms.
The show is set to be filmed in partnership with Vaquero Resort, and will have cameras follow the cast during events including a Hollywood launch party and a New York City media tour with a press party at the luxurious Rowan boutique, according to a press release.
The Glo Up Girl line was originally set to be just a doll line, but then later formed into a reality show and creator group which matched some of social medias biggest personalities.
“We’re excited to bring the GLO-Up Girls to life in a way that’s so relevant to tween girls, by partnering with social media role models and focusing on YouTube as our core entertainment strategy,” a rep from Far Out Toys Said. With GLO-Up Girls, real girls will see that with a little #GLO-tivation you can take on the world!”
The Glow Up Girls are gaining national attention as they are set to be featured on the 2021, may edition, of Dai Time Magazine.
Dai Time Magazine was created and founded by a 15-year-old social media star turned media correspondent, who also happens to be part of the “Glow Up Girls.”
Make sure to keep an eye on this group of girls and “GLO-UP Girls”, the series, will be available to the public starting early July.