Inside the New Year’s Eve celebrations at PewDiePie and Marzia Kjellberg

We want in their amazing celebrations (Image: Instagram/itsmarziapie)

To celebrate the New Year, YouTubers PewDiePie and Marzia Kjellberg threw a party that looked amazing.

Yes, it’s official, we have FOMO.

The stars—who tied the knot last year—invited friends, including fellow YouTuber Jacksepticeye, to their bed to celebrate with Marzia who cooks the feast just as things look.

Before the party, she took to her Instagram to share an insight into the preparations as Pewds – real name Felix Kjellberg – was seen stocking up in the living room getting things ready, as Marzia revealed the food.

The oven was full, while snacks were seen in bowls on the kitchen table and settings neatly laid out on the dining table.

They would go out for everything for their comrades!

Later, as things started, Marzia shared selfies of her cuddling with her husband as they walked away for the camera and capped a year-old rollercoaster (which unfortunately included a low point when he broke into their house).

Marzia Kjellberg

Marzia showed off her sparkly outfit (Photo: itsmarziapie)

Marzia Kjellberg Instagram

The roll call on YouTube is impressive (Photo: itsmarziapie)

Ignoring any negatives this year, Marzia shared a video of the fireworks kicking off the decade, simply writing on the post: “Happy New Year.”

basic. To a point, to a degree. We love him.

The festival was attended by personalities from the YouTube community including Jaiden Animations, Gab Smolders and Roomie as they all gathered on a staircase and posed for a photo, holding what appeared to be bubble blowers.

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They just got through the year (Photo: Marzia Kjellberg)

It really is a name calling.

It comes after this week on his channel Pewds shared his thoughts on stealth photos with fans. For him, he thinks everything is impolite.

He laughed as he explained his interactions with some fans seeking the star: “People who take pictures in secret are rude, annoying, and annoying as hell because I can see that happening so often.”

I hate the fact that people look at me like I’m some kind of cute, I’m a person like everyone else and I want to be treated like a person. I don’t think that’s too much to ask,” he explained, highlighting how crazy it must be to go out in public when you have over 100 million subscribers.

I hate the whole culture […]-I’m tired of that.

Although he recently announced that he will be stepping back from the platform for a break in 2020, he was closing out 2019 with a big hit because he didn’t give up on videos.

Earlier this week, he created his own version of YouTube Rewind for the second year and fans were calling it better than the real one. The YouTube star, who had a great year in 2019, starred in the official video this year but people are still not happy.

However, with PewDiePie’s special edition of Rewind 2018 getting more likes than the actual video, it appears he’s done it again with his “YouTube Rewind 2019 video, but it’s really good.”


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