Insights is a weekly series featuring entertainment industry veteran David Bloom. It represents an experiment of sorts in digital-age journalism and audience engagement with a focus on the intersection of entertainment and technology, an area that David has written about and thought about and been part of in various career incarnations for much of the past 25 years. David welcomes your thoughts, perspectives, calumnies, and kudos at david tubefilter. Six feet tall and lean as the nightmares of a Weight Watchers executive, Clery has the build, blond mane, and big eyes of a model. But her passport to stardom came through a Snapchat lens that smooshes those model looks into square-jawed slacker Helen Horbath and a menagerie of equally misshapen relatives with whom Helen amusingly bickers during her Facebook Watch show Help Helen Smash.
Laura Clery Stars in Snapchat Facial-Filter Sketch Series for Comedy Central
Laura Clery Becomes A Facebook Star By Helping Helen Smash - TV[R]EV
Help Helen Smash is a comic episodic video series which has managed to gain very serious attention on social media space over the years. In fact, for many young people around the US and even outside it, the Help Helen Smash video series has now come to be the one place where utmost comical creativity can be found and enjoyed. The video series which is, at once, gripping and attention grasping, is now majorly on Facebook where the handler, an actress, plies her trade. It is on Facebook that Help Helen Smash gained its fame and notoriety. The more she tries to win his attention, the more he retreats from her and the more she gets aggressive in trying to get him. The Help Helen Smash video series was developed by an American actress called Laura Clery who is now a widely celebrated social media influencer.
Insights: In ‘Helping Helen Smash’, Laura Clery Finds A Massive Facebook Fanbase
By Todd Spangler. NY Digital Editor. Laura Clery is taking her face-morphing routine to Snapchat with a new short-form sketch series for Comedy Central. The internet comedian — who has more than 3.
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