Google Lets you Ask Questions From your Favorite Celebs About Them

Google's New Search Feature Will Make Asking Questions So Much More Fun

It's slightly odd - like they've been eavesdropping on your search history, and just couldn't wait to tell you how you can get hair like them (Priyanka Chopra), that they can sing (Tracee Ellis Ross) or that they can't play the drums (Will Ferrell). For instance if you are a Priyanka Chopra fan, and want to know something about her - you may simply type the question on Google and Priyanka will answer your question with a self shot selfie video. Specifically, queries about celebrities that have been answered by the stars themselves. Google considers these "selfie-style videos" as being "uniquely personal, authentic and delightful touch". In the past, Google has allowed brands and other personalities to post directly to Google but only with text entries.

The celebrities will not answer every question you ask, but it will be a fun surprise when they pop up with a personalized answer. It's unclear just how many questions each celebrity answered.

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The new feature launched in the United States for mobile devices allows her fans to find answers to questions about Priyanka coming directly from the star herself. 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.

Google notes that these results are "coming directly from the source". For certain searches about these celebrities, a selfie-style video will appear at the top of the page, where the celebrity answers the question.