Hailey Bieber can officially add YouTuber to her CV, as she’s since launched her own channel on the video sharing site.
The model has joined forces with Michael D Ratner’s OBB Pictures, the studio behind Demi Lovato’s upcoming docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil, for a new online show as part of her channel, titled Who’s In My Bathroom.
And Hailey has already posted the first episode of the series, with celeb pal Kendall Jenner making a guest appearance.
In the video, we see both Hailey, 24, and Kendall, 25, cook mac and cheese from Hailey’s bathroom, all before downing tequila shots during a cheeky game of never have I ever.
And during the game, the pair admitted to having kissed the same guy before – although they kept tight-lipped as to who this could be.
Taking to Instagram, Hailey shared the exciting news with her followers, as she posted a screengrab of her and Kendall from the video.
She wrote: ‘Wild conversations. Different guests. Same bathroom.
‘Join me on the premiere episode of Who’s in My Bathroom? with special guest and my best friend: Kendall Jenner. Things get quirky and we go deep in the most unexpected (yet least surprising) place in the house – my bathroom.’
Alongside Who’s In My Bathroom, Hailey also shared an introductory video as well as another clip detailing her skin routine to her channel.
Hailey will reportedly ‘create a slate of short-form videos debuting continuously throughout the remainder of the year’ for YouTube, According to Deadline.
The publication also added that she will ‘discuss topics closest to her including lifestyle tips, beauty tutorials, social causes’, with new videos set to be ‘released bi-weekly on Wednesday’, beginning with next week on March 17.
It comes after the star revealed she finds it hard to find anti-ageing products that are suitable for her age.
As the face of the new BareMinerals campaign for its Ageless Phyto-Retinol collection alongside her mother, Hailey admitted that she finds a lot of products that help benefit anti-aging properties seem to only be catered towards much older people.
She told Vogue UK: ‘I think being able to find products to start with the anti-ageing process can be tricky at my age because you don’t want to use anything too harsh.
‘What I like about this collection is that it’s super gentle because it is plant-based. It doesn’t feel like it strips the skin or makes it flaky – I love the fact and eye cream.’