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Corpse Husband

Added • Updated 11 months ago

Added by Triplem • Updated 11 months ago by Don
Added by Triplem • Updated 11 months ago by Don

Corpse Husband
Category: Person Status: Submission Year: 2020 Origin: Youtube Region:
Type: Gamer, Musician,
Tags: youtube, e-girls ruined my life, tiktok, pewdiepie, singer, creepypasta, onlyhands, creepyfingers,

Additional References: Instagram, Twitter,
Corpse Husband


Corpse Husband is a YouTuber who initially focused on publishing creepypasta readings. In 2020, his release of several popular songs as well as his Among Us Let's Plays led to a sudden and immense peak in his online popularity.

Online History

YouTube Debuts

The YouTube channel Corpse Husband[1] was created on June 16th, 2015, and its creator uploaded his first video on July 18th. He scarcely but regularly posted such videos, which consisted of readings of various creepypastas. Viewers noticed his deep voice, leading to him growing a small following.

Music Release

On March 6th, 2020, Corpse Husband release a video clip of an original song, "MISS YOU!," on a secondary channel that he created on October 16th, 2015, but had not yet used until then: CORPSE.[2] This clip grew very popular, gaining 5.8 million views in 8 months (shown below).

On September 30th, 2020, he released his sixth song, "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE," a collaboration with Savage Ga$p. This video was the most viral of Corpse's musical career, gaining 13.7 million views in less than 2 months. It led to the channel CORPSE reaching the symbolic bar of 1 million subscribers in the following month.

Among Us Let's Plays

On September 9th, 2020, YouTuber PewDiePie released his first Among Us stream in collaboration with less famous YouTubers. Among them, Corpse Husband was most noticed thanks to the impression his voice left on his fellow players and the video's viewers. On September 30th, 2020, during another such stream, which featured PewDiePie and Jacksepticeye, Corpse Bride publicly announced the release of his latest music video. This is likely one of the reasons why "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE" became so popular.

Corpse Husband has also released several Among Us videos on his channel, with the most popular example gaining over 20 million views.


As of November 2020, CORPSE has over 1.17 million subscribers, and the main channel Corpse Party went from over 1 million subscribers to over 4.9 millions over the course of 2020.[3] In parallel, a lot of fans made fanart of his profile icon, and many joked about how the fanbase was simping for him.

NEO AIX THE SWEET IMPOSTER CORPSE SYKKUNO 000 20 Y'all listening to Corpse telling scary stories: Well, mark me down as scared AND horny. /kox NEWS channel

On October 18th, 2020, YouTuber Patrick Cc: released a video documenting the rise of popularity of Corpse Husband. This video cumulated nearly 1.4 million views in a month. On November 18th, iNabber released a video focused on Corpse Husband's haters (shown below).

One of the characteristics Corpse Husband is famous for is his dedication to staying anonymous. This led to parodic "hand reveals", which were first instigated as a joke by Corpse Husband himself on Twitter[4], claiming that he would do a hand reveal if he ever reached the symbolic bar of 100,000 subscribers on Instagram in the next 24 hours, which is just what happened. The associated hashtag, #onlyhands, even became one of the top trending hashtags in the USA.

Corpse Husband @Corpse_Husband -1 oct. 000 Get me to 100k on insta in the next 24 hours and I'll post a picture of my f------ HAND corpse_husband v See COVID-19 Business Resources 95.2K Followers Following 140 Posts 553 27 1,2 k 31,8 k II corpse_husband 3,323 likes corpse_husband Thank you for 100k, you win, I f------ hate it here. STREAM "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE!" On Spotify

TikTok Presence

His TikTok account,[5] which he created specifically for one of his hand reveals, reached 2.9 million subscribers in less than 2 months. His song "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE," which uses Emma Langevin as the cover art, was also a source of inspiration for many Tiktok users, who filmed themselves dancing on it. Popular examples include videos by @kimithecreator (shown below, left) and @noellereyna (shown below, right).

Search Interest

External References

Tags: youtube, e-girls ruined my life, tiktok, pewdiepie, singer, creepypasta, onlyhands, creepyfingers,

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