19.06 2019 12:08h

Supercar Blondie Hits Over A Million Subscribers on YouTube

Congratulations are in order for this SUPER hard-working, supercar vlogger
 Alex Hirschi     Esquire influencers shoot held at ITP Media group studio  180218 Influencers shoot _ ESQ
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Alex Hirschi Esquire influencers shoot held at ITP Media group studio 180218 Influencers shoot _ ESQ

Exciting times for our FAVOURITE supercar vlogger!

Alex “Supercar Blondie” Hirschi officially hit over a million subscribers on YouTube yesterday, as fans can’t get enough of her super supercar content. Hirschi now officially has six million followers on Facebook and over three million on her Instagram account @supercarblondie.

The Australian social media celebrity, presenter and vlogger is known for her vlogs about super cars and automotive-related content.

Before life as a vlogger, Hirschi worked as a presenter and was the co-host of a popular talk show on Dubai Eye radio, where she had the opportunity to quiz celebrities on their knowledge and taste of automobiles.

Last year, Arabian Business dubbed her one of the most Influential Women in The Arab World. She’s also won Cosmopolitan Middle East’s “Vlogger of the Year” Award and is Esquire Middle East’s “Influencer of the Year.”

Hirschi also pulled off Dubai’s biggest ski stunt at Ski Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai, with the support of Mazda and Continental Tires (and spearheaded by ITP Live).

It was the biggest on-piste ski stunt in the history of the UAE.

If you love luxury supercar vehicles, be sure to subscribe to Supercar Blondie's YouTube channel so you don't miss out on any supercar-related content.

Congratulation from all of us at ITP Live Team Supercar Blondie!

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