GloZell Fest 2014 rolls into Orlando

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Image via GloZell
  • Image via GloZell

Image via GloZell

Hello Orlando! How are you doing?!? Is you alright? Because GloZell wants to know...

The "Youtube Queen" with over 3 million subscribers is bringing her second annual GloZell Fest to the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday,October 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and she is poised to bring the hilarity to your weekend.

The event is completely free and offers up a diverse range of fun to be had for all. Joining the self-proclaimed "Queen of YouTube" are Sisaundra Lewis from NBC's The Voice, YouTube singer/song writer Meghan Tonjes, reality star Frankie Grande (yes that's Arianna Grande's brother), YouTube funny woman Miranda Sings, Far Young , Joshua D. Evans and many more!

There will be celebrity meet and greets with all the acts during GloZell Fest; a perfect time to have GloZell sign your copy of her brand new book Wait Let Me Tell You. 

Wanna know what you're getting yourself into? Watch the Queen herself take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge here:

 

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