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SevenSuperGirls were a group of seven girls from ages 11 and 18. They were the largest all-girl partnered collaboration on YouTube receiving over 9.5 million subscribers and 5.6 billion videoviews. It was a part of the channels network which also ran different all-girl group channels with similar formats.
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- Youth City Productions
SevenSuperGirls officially joined YouTube on November 27, 2008. They posted their first video on November 30, 2008 and they posted their final video on August 14, 2018, until the founder's arrest and closure of SAK channels.
The owner of the channels, Ian Rylett was jailed on August 17, 2018, due to alleged sexual exploitation. All the channels from the network, including SevenSuperGirls, were demonetized following his arrest. The SAK channels were later terminated outright on March 12, 2019; Instagram accounts of the channels were also deleted. Rylett pleaded guilty to all charges and he was sentenced to three months in prison. This channel held the record for the most subscribed YouTube channel to be terminated (with approximately 9,507,204 subscribers at the time), until they were surpassed by Calon Sarjana in January 2020 with around 13 million subscribers at termination. Following this, multiple YouTube channels reuploaded videos of the SAKs Channels, including Orange9098 (which accumalated 230k subscribers, with the majority of subs via the first surge of reuploading during December 2019).
Ian Rylett was the owner of the SevenAwesomeKids channels. In 2018, he got arrested due of child abuse, causing the SAK channels to be terminated by YouTube.
Lucy was a character played by Kaelyn Wilkins. She often did routines and skits.
- 100,000 subscribers: March 14, 2013
- 200,000 susbcribers: May 28, 2013
- 300,000 subscribers: July 22, 2013
- 400,000 subscribers: September 20, 2013
- 500,000 subscribers: November 24, 2013
- 600,000 subscribers: January 14, 2014
- 700,000 subscribers: March 9, 2014
- 800,000 subscribers: April 22, 2014
- 900,000 subscribers: May 30, 2014
- 1 million subscribers: June 27, 2014
- 2 million subscribers: February 4, 2015
- 3 million subscribers: July 28, 2015
- 4 million subscribers: January 24, 2016
- 5 million subscribers: June 12, 2016
- 6 million subscribers: December 19, 2016
- 7 million subscribers: September 8, 2017
- 8 million subscribers: March 6, 2018
- 9 million subscribers: September 2, 2018
- Each girl now has their own individual channel.
- For one year, four girls from Seven Super Girls, Jaidyn, Ella, Mimi, and Ellie created their own channel together called "The New Normal." It ended soon after.
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