Get ready, girls — O2L is the latest YouTube vlogging sensation, and the new AOL documentary series, ‘Follow Me,’ will go inside the lives of the five members that make up the boy group. Click here to check out the first episode with the guys!
O2L, which stands for Our 2nd Life, is a Youtube vlogging group that has blown up over the past two years. With screaming fangirls and millions of subscribers on YouTube, O2L may just be the next big thing! Their lives are documented in AOL’s new documentary series, Follow Me — read on to meet the guys!
O2L: Viral Boy Group Sensation Takes Over AOL’s New Series ‘Follow Me’
Follow Me is about to be your latest viral obsession. AOL’s brand new 10-episode series follows the lives of modern day digital creators who have become celebrities through their online following. Case in point: O2L.
The second episode of Follow Me features two members of O2L, Ricky Dillon, 22, and JC Caylen, 21, who take fans inside an appearance at VidCon.
Before Ricky and JC joined fellow group members Sam Pottorff, 18, Trevor Moran, 15, and Kian Lawley, to form O2L, each member was a YouTube sensation in their own right.
O2L has a loyal following, to say the least, with 8 million YouTube channel subscribers and over 208 million views collectively.
“We all separately did our own YouTube for like two years before. Then we all became friends, through YouTube, as crazy as it sounds. Then we finally met in person at VidCon two years ago and we had the idea to come together and create a channel,” Ricky reveals on Follow Me.
Along with their VidCon appearance, the episode shows the boys at home relaxing as well, as intimate interviews — and trust us, they’re cute!
O2L Already Has Fangirls Obsessed With Them
Wherever there’s a boy group, there’s sure to be tons of loyal fangirls following their every move — and O2L is no different!
In their episode of Follow Me, Ricky and JC discuss how their lives have changed: “I see these girls, they walk off, and for a moment I feel like they can’t couldn’t be happier,” JC admits.
We don’t blame them!
Follow Me launched on July 29 — check it out, streaming on AOL now!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Are you an O2L fan? Will you tune into Follow Me? Let us know!
— Noelle Trainor