Top Twitch streamer Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins has featured in PewDiePie's YouTube series 'Pew News' many times, often for all the wrong reasons, but judging by this excellent imitation, he's still a big fan of the show.
PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, runs his 'Pew News' shows under the guise of news broadcaster Gloria Borger - a real life journalist and chief political analyst at CNN.
He uses the Borger name to present the latest happenings in the world of online entertainment in an unbiased fashion, coining the catchphrase, "I know I'm not meant to give my opinion, but..."
Ninja's most recent cameo on Pew News came following his embarrassing attempt to get "1 million people to floss in Times Square" - which failed miserably.
However, Ninja has been known to be a PewDiePie fan, despite often appearing in his videos for the wrong reasons, and it turns out can do a stellar PewDiePie impersonation.
During a live stream on January 19, Ninja was discussing having news show focused all on him, when he suddenly burst into his PewDiePie, or rather, Gloria Borger, impression.
PewDiePie has suggested in the past that he might have guests host some of his popular shows, such as hinting that Tekashi 6ix9ine would host 'Meme Review', but that plan was scrapped following the rapper's untimely arrest.
Perhaps if PewDiePie sees Ninja's incredible impression, he might invite the Fortnite streamer on to co-host an episode of Pew News with him.
A collaboration between the king of YouTube and the king of Twitch would be something fans would love to see - and it might just give PewDiePie an extra push in his fight against T-Series.
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