Gabbie Hanna

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Gabbie Hanna
Gabbie Hanna.png
Hanna in 2019
Born (1991-02-07) 7 February 1991 (age 31)
Alma materUniversity of Pittsburgh
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • internet personality
  • author
  • actress
Years active2013–present
Musical career
Genres
YouTube information
Channel
Genre
Subscribers5.36 million (combined)[4]
Total views129 million (combined)[4]
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers
  • 2015
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers
  • 2016

Last updated: February 7, 2022
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Gabrielle Jeannette Hanna (born February 7, 1991) is an American Internet personality and singer-songwriter. She rose to prominence on the video platforms Vine and YouTube before releasing her debut single, "Out Loud", in 2017. Her debut extended play, 2WayMirror, was released on May 31, 2019, and her second EP, Bad Karma, was released on May 15, 2020.[5] Her debut album, Trauma Queen, was released on July 22, 2022.[6]

Hanna has also published two poetry books, Adultolescence (2017) and Dandelion (2020), both of which are New York Times Best Sellers.[7][8]

Early life[edit]

Hanna was born on February 7, 1991, in New Castle, Pennsylvania. She has six siblings and is of Lebanese, French, and Polish descent.[9] In 2013, Hanna graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in psychology and communications.[10] While at Pitt she was a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority.[11] After college, she worked for a marketing company that sold products out of a Sam's Club; she became the top salesperson in the US for the company and moved to Cleveland, Ohio, to help start a new branch of the company. However, she departed after realizing that they relied on a pyramid scheme.[12]

Career[edit]

Hanna began uploading skits to Vine in late 2013 and later gained recognition for her activity on the Vine app, where she accumulated around five million followers.[10] In 2014, she set up a YouTube channel under the name The Gabbie Show, which was changed to Gabbie Hanna in 2019, but later changed back to The Gabbie Show in 2021.[citation needed]

In 2015, Hanna and partner Matt Steffanina won the fourth season of the dance competition web-series Dance Showdown.[13] After college, Hanna moved to Los Angeles, California, to work with internet media company BuzzFeed, but eventually left to focus on her YouTube and Vine platforms.[14] In December 2015, a video accusing Gabbie Hanna of stealing jokes went viral on Reddit. In Hanna's response to these claims, she states she "never have and never will consider [herself] a comedian".[15]

After Vine shut down in 2016, Hanna focused on YouTube.[16][17] Meanwhile, she was nominated for two Teen Choice Awards — Choice Web Star: Female and Choice Viner.[18] In late 2016, Hanna joined the lip sync tour Drop the Mic alongside other YouTubers.[19]

In 2017, Hanna released a book of poetry, Adultolescence (2017).[20][21] Around the same time, she premiered her debut single "Out Loud"[22][23] along with its music video and announced plans to release an album.[24] A few months later, Creative Artists Agency signed Hanna and she joined MTV's social media team.[25] In June 2017, Hanna joined the main cast of web series Escape the Night as the vaudevillian and appeared in seven episodes.[26][27] She co-hosted the revival of Total Request Live in October 2017.[28] In November 2017, she released a non-album single "Satellite" with an accompanying lyrics video.[29] However, the song has since been removed from all platforms.[citation needed]

In January 2018, Hanna was nominated for YouTuber of the Year at the 10th Shorty Awards[30] and for the Social Star Award at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards.[31] Hanna released her third single "Honestly" and its encore "Honestly (Encore)" in August 2018.[32] At the eighth Annual Streamy Awards, Hanna won an award for Storyteller and was nominated for First Person and Audience Choice: Creator of the Year.[33] On a 2018 interview on Genius' Verified, she sang her song "Monster" a cappella[34] but due to technical errors, the microphone was unable to record her voice properly. Fans spliced in clips, including vines and voice distortions, at the point of technical error to create a meme.[35] Hanna has since released merchandise showcasing her singing face during the meme.[36]

On February 2, 2019, Hanna released "Medicate", the first single from her debut extended play titled 2WayMirror.[37] On May 31, 2019, 2WayMirror was released.[38] For a period of time after the songs' release, Hanna peaked at number 5 on Billboard's Top Emerging Artists chart.[39] Hanna reprised her role in the fourth season of Escape the Night and portrayed a Hollywood Star.[40] She was nominated for Choice Comedy Web Star at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards.[41] Hanna headlined at the inaugural Patreon Assembly on November 2, 2019.[42] On November 16, 2019, Hanna released the music video for her song "Broken Girls".[43]

The first single from Hanna's second EP, Bad Karma, "Dandelion", was released on April 17, 2020,[44] and the second single, "Glass House", was released on May 1, 2020.[45] The EP was released on May 15, 2020.[5] On October 13, 2020, Hanna released a new book of poetry, Dandelion (2020), named after the lead single of Bad Karma.[citation needed]

After many public controversies, Hanna took an extended break from social media on a few different occasions. To celebrate New Years 2022, Hanna returned to social media and dropped "Rewired", a single from her upcoming album. She later announced that she had entirely deserted This Time Next Year and her new upcoming debut album would be released on July 22, 2022 and was called Trauma Queen, putting the album up for pre-order,[6] as well as restarting and rebranding her podcast.[46] Hanna hosted her first live performance since November 2019 on February 22, 2022.[47] In late August 2022, Hanna sparked global conversation around mental health challenges by publishing hundreds of controversial social media posts in only a few days.[48][49]

Filmography[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Year Work Role Notes
2014 Access Hollywood Herself 1 episode
2014–15 Sanders Shorts Friend, girlfriend 2 episodes
2015 Anxt Herself Full series
Teens Wanna Know Herself 1 episode
Dance Showdown Herself Dancer; won the competition
Occupy Alice Melissa Krass Short film
Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures Snow Pea 1 episode
Janoskians: Untold and Untrue Herself
2016 Laid in America Lindsey
Dance Showdown Herself Judge (6 episodes)
AwesomenessTV's Betch! Laura 1 episode
2017 Escape the Night The Vaudevillian 7 episodes (season 2)
Fantasies Herself Guest star (1 episode)
MTV Video Music Awards Herself Backstage host
2017–18 MTV's Total Request Live Herself Rotating co-host
2018 Escape the Night The Vaudevillian Season 3 season finale (flashback clip)
Shane Dawson's The Truth About TanaCon Herself Miniseries. Cameo in a clip in part 3, "The Real Truth About TanaCon"
MTV's The Vault Herself Guest (3 episodes, season 1)
MTV's Creator to Watch Herself Special guest (1 episode, season 3). Responsible for choosing the season 3 host, Megan Batoon
2019 Escape the Night The Hollywood Star 5 episodes (season 4)
2019–2020 All My Plants are Dead Herself Host
Ice Cream Therapy Gabbie Series by Funny or Die
2021 Red Table Talk: The Estefans Herself Guest

Discography[edit]

Gabbie Hanna discography
Studio albums1
Music videos20
EPs2
Singles18
Promotional singles4
Guest appearances1

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details
Trauma Queen
  • Released: July 22, 2022
  • Label: Independent
  • Format: Streaming, digital download, CD
This Time Next Year[50]
  • Released: December 2022
  • Label: Independent
  • Format: Streaming, digital download, CD

Extended plays[edit]

Title EP details Peak chart positions
US
[51]
US
Indie

[52]
US
Heat

[53]
AUS
[54]
BEL
(FL)

[55]
UK
Down.

[56]
2WayMirror
  • Released: May 31, 2019
  • Label: FrtyFve[A]
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
126 4 76 174 31
Bad Karma
  • Released: May 15, 2020[5]
  • Label: FrtyFve
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
[B] 22

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Bub
[58]
US
Digital

[59]
AUS Hit
[60]
CAN
Digital

[61]
NZ
Hot

[62]
SCO
[63]
UK
Digital

[64]
"Out Loud" 2017 30 6 39 47 60 Non-album singles
"Satellite"[65][C] 65
"Honestly" 2018 21 10 24 61 81
"Honestly (Encore)" 86
"Monster" [D]
"Monster (Reborn)"
"Medicate" 2019 31 32 80 97 2WayMirror
"Butterflies" 37
"Dandelion" 2020 Bad Karma
"Glass House"
"Call Me Crazy" Non-album single

[E]

"Shut Me Up"
"You Oughta Know"[67] 2021
"Happy (In the End)" Trauma Queen
"Rewired" 2022
"I Sold My Soul"
"Head in the Clouds"
"Trouble"
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Comedy
Digital

[68]
US
Rap
Digital

[68]
"Roast Yourself"[69][F] 2018 1 19 Non-album promotional singles
"Antisocial Media"[G] 2020
"Warning Shots" 2022 Trauma Queen[H]
"Hangups"

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album
"F Pacing" 2021 Landon Tewers Frontal Lobe Submission

Videography[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Director(s)
As lead artist
"Out Loud" 2017 Gabbie Hanna None credited
"Satellite"
(Lyric Video)[I]
"Roast Yourself (Harder)"[J] 2018 Peter Macaluso
"Honestly / Honestly (Encore)" Ryan Parma
"Monster / Monster (Reborn)"
"Medicate" 2019
"Butterflies"
"Perfect Day (A True Story)"
"Pillowcase"[K] Spencer Sharp
"Broken Girls"[L] Nayip Ramos
"Dandelion" 2020 Hok Konishi
"Glass House"
"Bad Karma"
"Special"
"Happy" None credited
"Goodbye, For Now"
"Call Me Crazy" Hok Konishi
"Antisocial Media" Jerize Bravo
"Shut Me Up" Hok Konishi
"You Oughta Know (Alanis Morissette cover)" 2021 None credited
"Happy (In the End)"
(Performance Video)
"Rewired"
(Visualizer)
2022
"I Sold My Soul"
Cameo appearance
"Bitch, Please!" 2014 Jessi Smiles Robert A. Dobbins
"Sad Song" 2017 Scotty Sire 80Fitz
"My Life Sucks"
(Lyric Video)
"Gateway" 2019 Elli Moore Nayip Ramos

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2016 Shorty Awards YouTube Comedian The Gabbie Show Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Web Star: Female
Choice Viner
2017 Shorty Awards Vlogger of the Year The Gabbie Vlogs
2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards Social Star Award Gabbie Hanna
Shorty Awards YouTuber of the Year
Best YouTube Ensemble Vlog Squad Won
Streamy Awards Creator of the Year Gabbie Hanna Nominated
First Person
Storyteller Won
Ensemble Cast David's Vlog
2019 Teen Choice Awards Choice Comedy Web Star Gabbie Hanna Nominated [77]
Streamy Awards Ensemble Cast Escape the Night: Season 4[M]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Adultolescence. Atria Books. September 19, 2017. ISBN 9781501178320.
  • Dandelion. Atria Books. October 13, 2020. ISBN 9781982153380.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 2WayMirror, Bad Karma, and all of Hanna's pre-2021 singles were originally released independently. In February 2021, Hanna signed over her back-catalog to FrtyFve Records; however, Hanna did not sign with the record label, meaning all music released during and after 2021 is an independent release.
  2. ^ Bad Karma failed to chart on the Billboard 200 chart, but reached number 23 on the Top Album Sales component chart.[57]
  3. ^ "Satellite" is no longer available on streaming services.
  4. ^ "Monster" failed to chart on the Billboard Digital Songs chart, but reached number 19 on the Pop Digital Songs component chart.[66]
  5. ^ "Call Me Crazy" and "Shut Me Up" were originally tracks released for Hanna's debut album, This Time Next Year, however, the album was scrapped in the favor of Trauma Queen.
  6. ^ "Roast Yourself" was only available on streaming services for two weeks after its release.
  7. ^ "Antisocial Media" is the reproduced spoken word rap that was featured in the second part of "Roast Yourself" added to music. It was given a limited release.
  8. ^ "Warning Shots" and "Hangups" were both meant to be pre-release singles for the album. Hanna decided to not release them as such; however, as the songs were already configured to be singles on streaming platforms, they were released separately when the album dropped.
  9. ^ Deleted from YouTube.
  10. ^ Not to be confused with Hanna's 2016 YouTube exclusive song, "Roast Yourself".
  11. ^ The "Pillowcase" music video also features the interlude songs "This Isn't Fun For Me" and "Exhausted".
  12. ^ The "Broken Girls" music video also features the intro track "She Wrote It About You?" and the encore/interlude track "Broken Boys".
  13. ^ Season four of Escape the Night was nominated for multiple awards; however, Ensemble Cast applies to those who starred in the season (including Hanna) instead of just the show itself.

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