This article is a summary of a YouTube video "😱 Reacting to my old music videos!!!!" by iJustine

Reacting to My Embarrassing Music Video Moments

TLDRJenna and I react to old music videos we made, which are cringeworthy and embarrassing. We had a lot of fun making them, but looking back, we can't help but laugh at how ridiculous they are.

Key insights

😂Watching our old music videos is a hilarious and cringeworthy experience.

🙈Our videos were made with limited resources and on a whim, resulting in some questionable fashion choices and lyrics.

🎶Despite the embarrassing aspects, we had a lot of fun making these videos and expressing our love for music.

📷We used simple equipment and DIY techniques to film and edit our videos, including using an IKEA blanket as a green screen.

🤣We have no regrets about making these videos and can now look back and laugh at our younger selves.

Q&A

Why did you make these embarrassing videos?

We made these videos for fun and to express our love for music. We didn't take ourselves too seriously and just wanted to have a good time.

Do you regret making these videos?

No, we don't regret making these videos. They may be embarrassing to watch now, but they represent a fun and creative part of our past.

How did you come up with the ideas for these videos?

Most of the ideas for our videos came to us spontaneously. We would be out and about, and suddenly an idea for a video would pop into our heads. We would then plan it, create lyrics, and film it in a day.

What equipment did you use to make these videos?

We used basic equipment like point-and-shoot cameras and a DIY green screen made from an IKEA blanket. We also used Garage Band to create the music and lyrics for our videos.

Did anyone else see these videos?

Yes, these videos gained quite a bit of attention and have accumulated millions of views. Some people even recognized us from these videos when we met them in person.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Jenna and I introduce the video and talk about reacting to our old music videos.

00:30We discuss how these videos were made on a whim and often filmed in a single day.

01:15We reflect on the questionable fashion choices and lyrics in our videos.

02:43We share behind-the-scenes stories about filming and editing, including using an IKEA blanket as a green screen.

04:10We watch one of our most viewed music videos and react to it.

06:20We discuss meeting Nathan, who now collaborates with us on our videos.

07:45We react to another music video and laugh at our younger selves.

08:45We conclude the video and express our appreciation for the experience of making these videos.