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‘Damn Daniel’: Josh Holz’s New Plans To Pursue YouTube Stardom

Fri, February 26, 2016 9:46am EST by 2 Comments

Now that ‘Damn Daniel’ has taken over the Internet, what does Joshua Holz, the teen who actually said those two famous words, has planned next? HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop of how Josh may be coming to a YouTube near you!

Damn, Josh Holz. He and buddy Daniel Lara have blown up thanks to the “Damn Daniel” viral video. Everyone from Jimmy Fallon, 41, to SpongeBob SquarePants is saying it. But Josh doesn’t want to be just a one-hit wonder, as HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Josh is ready to take “Damn Daniel” to the next level!

Good news, “Damn Daniel” fans! “Josh wants to make more videos,” a source close to Daniel EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com. Though “Damn Daniel” was created on Snapchat, Skyler says that Josh “wants to make his own YouTube channel now and be a YouTubestar – be a YouTuber.” To hear more about “Damn Daniel,” head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!

Well, if anyone could be the next Cameron Dallas, 21, Nash Grier, 18, or even PewDiePie, 26, it would be Josh. With two words, he and Daniel became the hottest thing online since cat videos. Jimmy Fallon busted out the catchphrase during a Tonight Show monologue and brands like Clorox, Dennys and — no surprise — Vans are using “Damn Daniel” in Ads. Even Justin Bieber, 21, busted out the white Vans at the Brit Awards. When you rock your own Vans, make sure you have the unlimited and ad-free streaming blasting – sign up for it here.

Though Josh told Ellen DeGeneres, 58, that this sensation came “just out of nowhere,” he’s ready to take it to the next level, as another source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com that Josh is even planning to “produce a commercial for Vans.” Damn, Josh – back at it again with the white Vans.

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Becoming famous hasn’t always been Vans, marriage proposals and surfboards for Daniel and Josh. Josh was actually the victim of a terrifying case of “swatting” when a hater told the cops that Josh had shot his mother with an AK-47. When the authorities swarmed Josh’s home, they found that it was a bogus emergency call. Daniel is “petrified” that he’s the next to get “swatted,” and now that people have been “harassing” him, Daniel may even have to change schools!

Would you subscribe to Josh’s YouTube channel, HollywoodLifers? Are you excited for his next video?