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The Biggest Faceless YouTuber Dream Has Finally Done A Face Reveal

On Sunday night, 2 October, Minecraft Superstar, Dream has finally revealed his face after a series of teasers leading up to it.

Being a faceless content creator was never the intention but became a massive part of Dream’s brand. Dream, or Clay—his real name—rose to stardom amidst the pandemic, amassing just over 30 million subscribers on YouTube alone. After years, the Minecraft star has finally dropped the mask and revealed what he actually looks like.

One of the biggest questions in the YouTube space was “What does Dream look like?” and had fans wondering for the longest time. Leading up to the reveal, Dream with many other creators decided it would be fun to tease the face reveal by getting said creators to film themselves as Dream FaceTimes them, revealing his face to them for the first time.

Within the first 12 hours, the video has already amassed a whopping 16 million views. Around the 1:15 mark is when the Minecraft star finally reveals what he looks like and starts by saying “Hi, my name is Clay, maybe you’ve heard of me, maybe not. Maybe you clicked on this video out of pure curiosity and you don’t care who I am.”

Dream confirmed that he did not want to do a face reveal until his “best friend” could be by his side to witness it. His best friend being fellow Minecraft content creator, GeorgeNotFound. As he filmed this video, GeorgeNotFound was set to arrive at the airport and everything has now worked out with them officially moving in together in the “Dream Team house”.

Dream is set to make his first public appearance at TwitchCon San Diego from 7 to 9 October. He will be participating in two events, which are “Dream & Friends: The Ultimate SMP Reunion” and “Foodbeast’s Kitchen League Battle Royale.”

Following TwitchCon, Dream plans to relax in the new Dream Team house alongside his friends, film an IRL version of his series Minecraft Manhunt, make other IRL content on his friends’ channels, and travel around the world in 2023.

While the star has now revealed his face, Dream believes being faceless is a core aspect of who he is, so much of his Minecraft content will continue to remain faceless. He reaffirmed this fact during his face reveal video and said that his channel is “living proof that anyone can do anything and anyone can be under the mask.”

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