In something of a full-circle moment, comedy vlogger Liza Koshy has become the first digital star to participate in Vogue magazine’s infamous 73 Questions web series.
In 73 Questions, the iconic fashion bible shows up at celebrities’ homes — past participants include Taylor Swift, Kendall Jenner, and Selena Gomez — and asks them 73 (allegedly impromptu) questions while meandering from room to room without any edits. While the web series was launched by Condé Nast Entertainment in 2014, it turns out that the most popular 73 Questions episode of all wasn’t actually produced by Vogue, but instead marks a parody posted by Koshy to her own YouTube channel in May, which has amassed 17.3 million views to date.
In the parody, the 21-year-old plays one of her many characters, an erstwhile Olympian named Jet Packinski. And then, in a second 73 questions parody posted in late September, Koshy spoofed the series once again under the guise of another character creation named Helga (8.6 million views).
Now, Vogue has formally brought Koshy on board. Check out the official episode below:
73 Questions was created by noted digital comedy producer Joe Sabia, and thus far spans 34 episodes over the course of three seasons. You can check out the magazine’s full episode archive right here.
Koshy is easily one of the most buzzed-about creators on all of YouTube right now, where she shares weekly comedy videos with her 12.3 million subscribers. To date, Koshy has clocked roughly 1.3 billion lifetime views. She also has a flourishing acting and hosting career, having appeared in two seasons of the Hulu series Freakish as well as MTV’s TRL reboot. Additionally, in a bid to give back, Koshy unveiled last month a charitable necklace collection that features inspirational messages and also supports job creation for people emerging from homelessness.
Here’s Koshy’s most popular 73 Questions parody, featuring Jet: