Alex Richard George Day (born 8 April ) is an English musician, vlogger and writer. Day announced on 14 February that he had been dating fellow YouTuber Carrie Hope Fletcher since October However, Fletcher. Alex Day and Carrie Hope Fletcher photos, news and gossip. Find out more about. Alex announced on February 14, that he had been dating fellow YouTuber Carrie Hope Fletcher since October However, Carrie announced their.
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Then, around the beginning of this year, Carrie and Alex got back together. During the time Carrie and Alex were dating in , Alex was reportedly in emotionally and sexually manipulative relationships with other girls, five of whom have shared there stories anonymously or not anonymously on tumblr note: Alex has made a statement himself admitting that he is guilty of sexual abuse.
Alex may be hiding things. The girls may be hiding things. Alex admits that he has continued to do things even when someone has said no, so that is something I am going to continue to keep in mind in the future. I think there are a lot of things we should not do. Alex Day made the wrong choice, and we should take that into consideration, but we do not need to go around being destructive.
In order to promote the single, Day held a one-day tour entitled Stupidfest, which was free for entry. It contains all his previously released singles since "Forever Yours". The album debuted at No. The package was downloaded over 1 million times in the first week of release. It was titled "The Past". Day also mentioned that he planned on creating and uploading more videos talking about the situation.
Day aimed for the single to chart at number 1 in the UK on the track's week of release,  however it failed to chart. He later announced that this song would not be part of his fourth album, but instead a cover album he would release at a later date. On 17 May , Day released a new single available to download on his website, entitled 'Keep Me Up'. In a lot of ways, it was an album I needed to make.
CBS called the titular vloggers 'delightfully confused,'  while the Huffington Post described the video as possibly providing detail into American Pop Culture, placing a poll at the end of their article.
The videos have received a total of over 14 million views. In June , he had reached over a million subscribers and his videos had been watched over million times. I value my work. I got into it because I wanted to be successful as a writer and a musician.
YouTube was a fun sort of extra thing that I did and the bigger it got, the more I did it. But I never took it seriously because it was never my goal. It was helping my music career; I was making videos about my songs. It was helping with my writing because I had an audience to talk about when I wrote stuff.
I can share with them all. I can read things out.
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