Emma Chamberlain, 18, is the funniest person on YouTube. What does she do? So far the content of her videos has not been the point: She makes cupcakes, or tries her hand at sewing. She claps her hands, apparently hurting herself. Chamberlain was born in San Bruno, Calif. An only child, her parents divorced when she was 5. Growing up now means that you watch a lot of videos, and make them as well.
Baby Bobbing to "Single Ladies"
Skimpy Costumes in Girls' Performance 'Designed for Movement,' Mom Says
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Internet video sparks controversy over young girls' suggestive dance moves.
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But what was an exhilarating performance has turned into an Internet firestorm -- the dancers gyrating on a Los Angeles stage to Beyonce's "All the Single Ladies" were as young as 8. The girls' parents defended their daughters' performance at the World of Dance, billed as the largest U. Miller said they have tried to slow the spread of the video, but viewers need to understand that the girls' performance was "completely normal for dancing. They compete in dance competitions Melissa Presch, a mother of one of the 8-year-old dancers, said, "We're very proud of our daughters and their accomplishments. Comments on YouTube, where the video has logged tens of thousands of hits, range from disgust to support. If you think so then you are imposing your adult views onto the girls," said another viewer.