For some reason, Google wants lots of celebrities to record selfie videos

Google is letting celebrities answer questions about themselves in search results

For some reason, Google wants lots of celebrities to record selfie videos

Google launched an exciting new feature for Search on Thursday. You will get your answers in the form of a video. Thanks to this new "feature", Mr. Ferrell himself will now provide the answer via a selfie video, all within Google Search. These celebrities will be a mix of rising stars and well-established personalities. The feature is now being piloted on mobile in the United States, the company says.

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Explaining the feature Google notes, "You can find answers to questions about notable people on mobile Search, and they're coming directly from the source". The new feature of the search engine will let the actual truth come on the table with the most searched question from the modern days' superstar like Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Mark Wahlberg, Gina Rodriguez and Will Ferrell. According to Google, the celebrities are answering the "most-asked questions", but didn't divulge the metric of this calculation. These videos will remain self-recorded to maintain the originality of the concept. In a blog post that was published on December 7, Product Manager Rami Banna announced that some searches on Google will now showcase selfie videos from your favorite celebrities. These selfie-style videos will be made available only on mobile Search and not on desktop or any other Web embeds.

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