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Video: The Mary Sues Talk Celebrity Crushes and More

Okay but Tom Hiddleston and Sebastian Stan tho.

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Celebrity crushes are some of the purest form of internet love there is. Fans like to just watch their work, embark on the journey of their fave’s career, and cry over their abilities. Granted, there are limits to this love, but the love a fangirl has for their fave is cherished among us all.

A celebrity crush is one that you can’t help but want to talk about. In the first episode our video series, the Mary Sues take on their celebrity crushes and the world of online thirstdom! Princess Weekes and myself get into everything from what it feels like to want to meet your favorite celeb to dealing with the online fandom.

Being a fan isn’t always easy, but sometimes, you have to fight through the masses for your favorite. With dream double dates, specific perfume lines, and our artistic abilities, we embark on a journey of thirst to find out how we ended up with our current crushes.

So while our celebrity crushes might differ from yours, we’re all the same. We want our favorite celebrities to be happy, healthy, and rich. Their success means more work for us to watch and we just want them to keep giving us great content! Even if we draw them as blue or with guy liner on.

As we asked in the video, what are your constants for a game of FMK (the K is definitely Kiss in this case)? Sound off in the comments below and let us know!

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