“I remembered the things she had said and it really bugged me because I was thinking ‘you were flirting back’. If he’s ever asked about it he can say ‘Alex did speak to me and he basically said’ and then a half sentence quote that sums up everything in a way that’s really unfair.Even if she thought I took advantage or ‘of course I flirted back because he has a big audience’ or whatever, make that point! I didn’t really trust that as a medium of expression.So I didn’t want to do it his way and he didn’t want to do it my way so we never had the conversation.
He has won awards for his work, including the inaugural Football Blogging Award. It was purple and pretty and I thought it was empty. I can't really think of a good question because you said you'd go to Vidcon so I guess my question is..do the xxx mean? It seems everyone is so secretive about their personal lives just because they're in the public eye. So when they do decide to keep on thing secret, everyone suddenly feels like we owe them that information because they already know everything else.But I never took it seriously because it was never my goal. It was helping my music career; I was making videos about my songs. But it was still a fun thing that I never particularly took seriously…It was helping with my writing because I had an audience to talk about when I wrote stuff. I definitely didn’t get into it because I wanted the attention.“If I want to share a video of me playing a song, then I’m happy to put it on there. “I’ve released a song every two months from my new album which will be released in October, so that’s something. But I’ve kind of got a better idea of what to do now… “The problem is I didn’t choose to have the passions I do. Whenever I think about doing anything else, I just think ‘yeah, but I want to be a writer and a musician.’” Donagh started working in the League of Ireland in 2010 at the age of 12.
Since then his videos have amassed over two hundred thousand views on Youtube and he has worked with RTE, Ireland's National Broadcaster, as well as newspapers and radio stations all over the country.I wouldn’t want to be part of it now even if I could be.I got into it because I wanted to be successful as a writer and a musician.“It stopped me from doing the same stuff that I had been doing the whole time which I think is a good thing.If I continued to have a successful online life, I’d still be doing the same stuff now.“The weird thing about being a You Tuber is that you’re professionally being yourself. So the line between your personal life and your work life is completely blurred. If there’s a scandal at work, you can’t just have the person not work there anymore, you just have to stop associating with them entirely, because your personal life is your work life.” In today’s world, You Tube has taken the place of reality television in giving the public a medium to view other people’s lives.